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[Auckland War Memorial Museum cenotaph]

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  • Description
    The cenotaph in front of the museum, with people holding wreaths standing to right, also wreaths and flowers laid at base.
  • Other Number
    PH-ALB-458-2
  • Collection area
  • Record richness
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Catalogue

  • Catalogue title
    [Auckland War Memorial Museum cenotaph]
  • Identifiers
    PH-ALB-458-2  (Reference Number)
  • Creator
  • Period
  • Unit
    Item No : 33
  • Description
    The cenotaph in front of the museum, with people holding wreaths standing to right, also wreaths and flowers laid at base.
  • Collection
  • Part of
  • Physical description
    16x21.7cm
  • Production
    Unknown, photographer (Creator)
    Silver gelatin DOP
    Support: Paper
  • Format
  • Subject
  • Associated material
    • Loose prints - AM93 A891 Reserve
    • Plans and watercolour concept drawings in PD collection
  • Availability
    • No known copyright restrictions  (Copyright)
    • Digital copy available  (Access Notes)
  • Citation
    [Auckland War Memorial Museum cenotaph],Unknown, photographer,1920s,PH-ALB-458-2
  • Notes
    Michael Keith Draffin of Grierson, Aimer & Draffin, architects for the 1920s building, won the design competition in September 1922; Rodney F. Draffin, architect, his son, collaborated with him on the 1960s extension.

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