CANWAR protesters on a yacht in Wellington Harbour, protesting against the entrance of American nuclear warships into Wellington
- 13 Aug 1976
Members of CANWAR (Campaign Against Nuclear Warships) standing aboard the yacht 'Phoenix' at the Port Nicholson Yacht Club in Wellington Harbour, 13 August 1976, with city buildings in the background. They are about to sail for Shelly Bay to protest against the entrance of United States nuclear warships into Wellington. The group hold a banner reading: "Our country nuclear weapons free". Photograph taken for the Evening Post newspaper by an unidentified photographer.
Original caption for a similar image includes: "There were eight on board including the owner of the boat and skipper Carol Moultmon and her family and members of CANWAR." (Evening Post, 13 August 1976)
Other images taken at the same occasion are at EP/1976/2841
Quantity: 1 b&w original negative(s).
Physical Description: Film negative
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- 1 b&w original negative(s), Negatives, Film negative, Orientation: Horizontal image
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