Twelve adventures; George William Forbes, Prime Minister of New Zealand. Year 2001 wall calendar. Forbes Foundation, 2000. [Distributed by] Propaganda Distributors, a division of Gordon & Gotch, Auckland.

Date
1930 - 2000 - 1936 - 2001
By
Propaganda Distributors (Firm); Stace, Hilary Janet, 1954-
Ref
Eph-D-CALENDAR-2001-01
Description

Contains twelve pages: Visiting the Motor Show, Olympia, London 1930; Ceremony at Waitangi February 1934; Giving a radio broadcast 1931; Cheviot home destroyed by fire 1933 - Robert Forbes and Lady Bledisloe stand among the ruins; in court dress for King George V's Silver Jubilee procession London 1935; George and Emma Forbes with actresses in Hollywood 1930; Winter snowfall at Cheviot; Laying foundation stone for Carillon in Wellington 1931; Queens University in Belfast honours G W Forbes 1930; Official opening ceremony for Waitaki Electric Power Station 27 October 1934; Luncheon in London 28 November 1930 with Mr J H Thomas, Sir Thomas Wilford, Mr Ramsay McDonald; Forbes family crayfishing on the Canterbury Coast.

Quantity: 12 b&w photo-mechanical print(s) on calendar.

Physical Description: Photolithographs on 12 spiral bound pages, each 420 x 420 mm.

Provenance: Donated by Ms Hilary Stace in 2002.

Access restrictions
Partly restricted - Curator required
Format
12 b&w photo-mechanical print(s) on calendar, Ephemera, Photolithographs, Calendars, Portraits, Photolithographs on 12 spiral bound pages, each 420 x 420 mm.
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