New Zealand Centennial 1840-1940. Canterbury Centennial Music Festival, Theatre Royal Christchurch, May 24 to June 2. Souvenir programme. [Cover. 1940].
Reference Number: Eph-B-MUSIC-1940-01-cover
Cover shows an arrangement of text in navy and gold, beneath a crest of the centennial, surrounded by a curtain border. Programme includes an introduction by Prime Minister Peter Fraser, foreword by Thomas Andrews, message from Christchurch Mayor R M Macfarlane. There are also portraits of Len Barnes, Harison Cook, Christchurch Centennial Music Festival Executive, Andersen Tyrer, James Shelley, Professor J C Bradshaw, Isobel Baillie, Gladys Ripley, Heddle Nash, Oscar Natzke, Alfred Worsley, Frederick Bullock, Raymond Beatty, Frank Bermingham, Maurice Clare, Frederick Page, Fred C Penfold, Victor S Peters, Professor James Hight, Leonard C travers, Eric Craighead, Mrs N W Robbins.
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New Zealand Centennial 1840-1940. Canterbury Centennial Music Festival, Theatre Royal Christchurch, May 24 to June 2. Souvenir programme. ., Reference Number Eph-B-MUSIC-1940-01 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 colour photo-mechanical print(s) on cover of programme.Offset print and gilt, on cover 282 x 217 mm.. Vertical imageEphemera
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