Negative: Chatham Islands School Centenary Group 1956-1965
One colour negative depicting a portrait of twelve women and fourteen men at the Chatham Islands School Centenary, sitting and standing in three tiers. A banner hanging behind the group reads "100 Years Of Schooling" and a sign in front of them depicts a map of the Chatham Islands with "1956-1965" above it.
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Rear row ,third from right is Bruce Tuanui ,son of Manuel and Isobel Tuanui , who farmed Tuku on the South Coast . Bruce and Liz now farm there .
- Ron Skews
Posted on 04-05-2020 10:53:39