Negative: Miss J. Parkhouse portrait

Maker
Trevor Fleming
Production date
15 Aug 1975
Description
One colour negative depicting a studio portrait of Miss J. Parkhouse of 45A Harridale Drive, Christchurch, wearing a striped cardigan and a small cross pendant on a chain.
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Production role
Photographer
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Other id
31
Accession number
2019.10.901

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This could be: Jaynie Margaret Hudgell (née Parkhouse, born 17 April 1956) is a retired female freestyle swimmer from New Zealand, who competed for her native country at the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, West Germany. She claimed the gold medal at the 1974 British Commonwealth Games in Christchurch, New Zealand, in the women's 800 m freestyle and bronze medal in the 400 m freestyle. Jaynie Parkhouse Drive, within Queen Elizabeth II Park, where she won her gold and bronze medals, was named after her. (from Wikipedia)

- Linda

Posted on 06-05-2020 03:51:55



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