Photograph, Black and White: The five daughters of Jennie and William Lovell-Smith

Standish and Preece
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One mounted black and white photograph of the five daughters of Jennie and William Lovell-Smith. The photograph was taken in 1914 so that their brother Colin could take it with him when he went overseas with the New Zealand expeditionary force. From left to right, Winifred (Winnie), Hilda Kate (Kitty), Macie, Doris, Constance (Connie).
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Dimensions (h x w): 150 x 200mm
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