Photographs of the Chatham Islands

Date
1910 - 1943
By
Blyth, Daisy Felicia, 1874-1945
Ref
PAColl-1619
Description

Includes views of Waitangi, muttonbirding, pig hunting, and coast watching in World War 2

Quantity: 23 b&w original photographic print(s).

Additional description

Alternative form available: Copy negatives at 1/2-057183 to 057185

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Format
23 b&w original photographic print(s), Negatives
There are 4 items in total.
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There are 4 items in this group.
William Paynter and mollymawks, Chatham Islands
Date: [before Jul 1931] From: Burt, William Beverland, 1912-1992: Photographs, chiefly relating to the Chatham Islands Ref: PAColl-1619-05 Description: William Paynter and mollymawks, during a birding expedition to one of the outlying islands of the Chathams, probably The Sisters. Photograph taken circa 1920...
Waitangi, Chatham Islands
Date: After 1916 From: Burt, William Beverland, 1912-1992: Photographs, chiefly relating to the Chatham Islands Ref: PAColl-1619-03 Description: View of Waitangi, Chatham Islands, taken after 1916 by an unknown photographer. Quantity: 1 b&w original photographic print(s). Physical Description: Silve...
Soldiers in front of the coast watch lookout at Waitangi, Chatham Islands
Date: 1939-1945 From: Burt, William Beverland, 1912-1992: Photographs, chiefly relating to the Chatham Islands Ref: PAColl-1619-01 Description: Group of four uniformed soldiers standing in a row in front of the coast watch lookout at Waitangi, Chatham Islands. Photographer unidentified. Quantity: 1 ...
Joseph Paynter showing the wing spread of a young mollymawk, Chatham Islands
Date: [before Jul 1931] From: Burt, William Beverland, 1912-1992: Photographs, chiefly relating to the Chatham Islands Ref: PAColl-1619-04 Description: Joseph Paynter showing the wing spread of a young mollymawk during a birding expedition to one of the outlying islands of the Chathams, probably The Sisters....