Lovell-Smith, Edgar McLeod, 1875-1950: Franz Josef Glacier New Zealand / E M Lovell-Smith, 1932. Full information from the High Commissioner for New Zealand ... New Zealand Trade and Tourist Commissioner and Government Agent ... and all travel agents Coulls Somerville Wilkie Ltd, Ch'ch, des et lith. Issued by the Publicity Branch, NZ Railways. 1932.
- Lovell-Smith, Edgar McLeod, 1875-1950; New Zealand. National Publicity Studios; Coulls, Somerville, Wilkie Ltd
Shows a view of the Franz Josef Glacier with the road and hotel in the foreground. Various places are labelled and the altitude given: Minarets (10,050 feet), Grahams Saddle (8,800 feet), Almer Hut (5,500 feet), Defiance Hut (2,700 feet), the hotel (350 feet, Callery Gorge and Alec's Knob (no altitudes given). Two suspension bridges over the river are shown.
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Other Titles - Christchurch
Quantity: 1 colour art print(s).
Physical Description: Chromolithograph, 1005 x 640 mm.
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- 1 colour art print(s), Ephemera, Chromolithographs, Posters, Chromolithograph, 1005 x 640 mm.
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