Sir Peter Blake and Philip Jameson hanging red socks on a clothes line - Photographs taken by Ross Giblin

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Date
[19 December 1995]
By
Giblin, Ross, active 1980s-2000s
Ref
EP/1995/4820
Description

Sir Peter Blake and the youngest member of Team New Zealand, Philip Jameson, hanging red socks on a clothes line. Photographed ca 19 December 1995 by Evening Post staff photographer Ross Giblin.

Red socks were adopted by New Zealanders as a symbol of good luck and a way to support Team New Zealand during the America's Cup challenge.

Quantity: 1 colour original negative(s) strip with 3 images.

Physical Description: Dye coupler negative, 35mm

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Dominion Post (Newspaper): Photographic negatives and prints of the Evening Post and Dominion newspapers / Further negatives of the Evening Post newspaper
Format
1 colour original negative(s) strip with 3 images, Negatives, Dye coupler negatives, Group portraits, Dye coupler negative, 35mm, Orientation: Vertical image
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Sir Peter Blake and Philip Jameson hanging red socks on a clothes line - Photograph taken by Ross Giblin
Date: [ca 19 December 1995] From: Dominion Post (Newspaper): Photographic negatives and prints of the Evening Post and Dominion newspapers Ref: EP/1995/4820/30 Description: Sir Peter Blake and the youngest member of Team New Zealand, Philip Jameson, hanging red socks on a clothes line. Photographed ca 19 December 1995 by Evening...