Fireflies

Glow-worms
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Date: 1971 By: New Zealand. Tourist and Publicity Department; Shearer, Archibald Reid, 1914-1997 Ref: Eph-D-TOURISM-1971-01 Description: Poster advertising New Zealand tourist attractions with six photographs: Mount Cook, light aircraft flights to glaciers, Waitomo Caves boat trip, Pohutu Geys...
Date: 1880 - 1920 By: Field, George Alexander Hughes, 1905-1992; Hodgkins family Ref: D-014-031 Description: The print shows two Japanese women in kimonos with two children, close to a lake. It is evening and they are collecting fireflies, some of which can be seen ...
From: Various artists :[Examples of Japanese art. 19th and early 20th centuries] By: Tsukioka Kogyo, 1869-1927 Ref: A-055-005 Description: A very dark night scene of fireflies on bamboo leaves against water. A square surimono format woodblock print A copy in the collection of the British Muse...
Date: 1979 By: Lock, Murray, 1955- Ref: A-352-032/038 Description: Includes cartoons about the ban on milk sales by dairies, 1979 the Year of the Sheep (OPEC about to slaughter the lamb of the New Zealand economy, 28 Decembe...
Date: 1953 - 1960 By: Clark, Nobby, 1921-; Tasman Empire Airways Ltd Ref: Eph-E-AVIATION-1950s-01 Description: Poster advertising TEAL flights to New Zealand, and one highlight of a New Zealand visit, the Waitomo Caves. Shows an illustration of a family in a small boa...
New Zealand Railways. Publicity Branch: Waitomo Caves. Glow worm grotto, wonder of the world! New Zealand / Railways Studios [ca 1930-1935]
Date: 1930 - 1935 By: New Zealand Railways. Publicity Branch Ref: Eph-E-TOURISM-Waitomo-1930s-01 Description: Shows a view of tourists in a boat at the right, looking at glow worms in a high cave in the Waitomo Cave complex. The cave contains stalactites and other si...