Bettjeman, MacNab :Agnes Muir Bettjeman (1885-1964) and Frederick Charles Bettjeman (1884-1987)
- 15 December 1951
Group comprising (from left) Frederick Charles Bettjeman (1884-1987), Agnes Muir Bettjeman (1885-1864) and their son-in-law Hector Oliver, photographed on 15 December 1951 outside St Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Te Kuiti, on the occasion of the wedding of MacNab Bettjeman.
See DNZB v.4 - Agnes Bettjeman (known as Nancy, born McNab) was a nurse and community leader. Her husband Fred was an engineer, soldier & farmer. They were among the first settlers in the Mangapurua Valley, Whanganui River.
Quantity: 1 b&w copy negative(s) (copy of original print returned to owner).
Physical Description: Cellulose triacetate negative 10 x 12.5 cm
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Alternative form available: Photocopy on shelf at PAColl-7037
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- 1 b&w copy negative(s) (copy of original print returned to owner), Negatives, Acetate negatives, Group portraits, Cellulose triacetate negative 10 x 12.5 cm
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