[Postcard]. "Wiri" Webb, the world's champion oarsman / A. D. Willis, publisher. A. E. Watkinson. photo. [1907-08].
- 1907 - 1909
- Wilson, R Lois (Mrs), active 1990; Stephens, May, active 1906-1915; Archibald Dudingston Willis (Firm); Watkinson, Arthur Edgar, 1882-1918
- Shows, in an oval inset, a head and shoulders portrait of Webb, with arms folded, wearing white singlet with the initials NZ and a silver fern. Beneath inset is a pair of oars and a cup trophy, and there are fern leaves arranged around the top. Exhibited in ‘Humble: the life of 100 small objects’, exhibition curated by Barbara Lyon, in the Turnbull Gallery, National Library of New Zealand, 27 August - 17 November 2017. Inscriptions: Verso - centre left - [Letter to May from Aunt Nettie Bowater in Kaitoke, Wanganui, dated 27 February 1908]. Quantity: 1 b&w photo-mechanical print(s) on postcard.. Physical Description: Photolithograph, black and white, 140 x 90 mm. Provenance: Donated by Mrs R L Wilson in 1982.
- Additional description
- Alternative form available: File print in Ephemera Room. Slide also available - no. 13.
- Access restrictions
- Partly restricted - Please use surrogate in place of original
- 1 b&w photo-mechanical print(s) on postcard., Ephemera, Photolithographs, Postcards, Portraits, Photolithograph, black and white, 140 x 90 mm., Orientation: Vertical image
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