Crowd awaiting the Coronation procession, Christchurch, 1937
Reference Number: 1/4-003267-F
Crowd awaiting the Coronation procession in Christchurch, 1937. The procession was to celebrate the coronation of George VI, King of the United Kingdom, and Elizabeth, Consort of George VI, King of the United Kingdom. The crowd is all lined up along the street, and there are people standing on the roof of a building which overlooks the crowd. Photograph taken by Thelma Rene Kent in 1937.
1 image, related to Queen Elizabeth, King of the United Kingdom George VI, Christchurch City, Coronations - Great Britain, Crowds, Processions - New Zealand - Canterbury Region and Celebrations.
Kent, Thelma Rene, 1899-1946 :Prints and negatives of New Zealand wildlife and scenery, Reference Number PAColl-3052 (116 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w original negative(s)Horizontal imageSingle negative
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Other copies available: File print available in Turnbull Library Pictures71. Christchurch. Processions, etc 1937(PFP-017218)
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