British Empire Games, Auckland, New Zealand, 1950 :Closing ceremony [and] Vice-Patrons of the New Zealand Olympic and British Empire Games Association. [Track cycling. February 9th and 11th at Western Springs Stadium. Official programme. 1950. Pages 20-21
Reference Number: Eph-A-SPORT-1950-03-20/21
On the left is text describing the closing ceremony, and on the right are head and shoulders portraits of Peter Fraser (Prime Minister), Humphrey O'Leary (Chief Justice), A D Bayfield (President of Olympic and British Empire Games Association), J A C Allum (Mayor of Auckland), C Rex Moore (Chairman of the Organising Committee), H Amos (Honorary Secretary-Treasurer of the New Zealand Olympic and British Empire Games Association), and C L Cleal (Secretary of the Organising Committee).
1 image, categorised under Ephemera, Programmes and Photolithographs, related to Rt Hon Peter Fraser, Sir John Andrew Charles Allum, A D Bayfield, H Amos, Cecil Rex Moore, C L Cleal, Sir Humphrey Francis O'Leary, British Empire and Commonwealth Games, Western Springs, Cycling, Commonwealth Games and Sports.
British Empire Games, Auckland, New Zealand, 1950 :Track cycling. February 9th and 11th at Western Springs Stadium. Official programme. 1950., Reference Number Eph-A-SPORT-1950-03 (2 digitised items)
Extent: 2 b&w photo-mechanical print(s) (on pages of programme)Letterpress and photolithograph, on double page spread, 207 x 270 mm.. Vertical imageEphemera
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