Endurance swimmer Katerina Nehua (1904-1948)
Nehua wears her black swimming costume featuring the silver fern and initials "NZ". She set records for endurance swimming in the 1930s, mainly in Australia where she was based.
The photographer is unknown.
Katerina Nehua was born Katheline Waetford at Whakapara, in the Bay of Islands.
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Physical Description: Sepia print
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- Nehua, Katerina, 1904-1948 : Papers / Photographs in swimming costume
- 1 photograph, Manuscripts, Sepia print
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