Group on board the battleship HMS New Zealand, ca 1911
Reference Number: PAColl-4558-3-02
Group on board the dreadnought HMS New Zealand, circa 1911. Second row, from left: Captain Lionel Halsey, unidentified (Sir Lambton?), Lord Jellicoe, Thomas Noble Mackenzie, unidentified, Winston Churchill (then First Lord of the Admiralty), King George V, James Allen, Prince Louis of Battenberg, Hon L Harcourt, Secretary to the Admiralty, Sir Joseph George Ward, unidentified, unidentified. Front row, centre: Prince George of Battenberg. Photographer, and location, also unidentified.
1 image, related to King of the United Kingdom George V, Rt Hon Sir Thomas Noble Mackenzie, Sir Lionel Halsey, Sir Winston Churchill, Rt Hon Sir Joseph George Ward, Louis Alexander Mountbatten Milford Haven, L Harcourt, George Mountbatten Milford Haven, Sir James Allen, John Henry Rushworth Jellicoe, New Zealand HMS (Ship. 1911-1922) and Battleships.
Photographs relating to the Robinson, Brown and Peck families, and portraits of politicians and governors, Reference Number PAColl-4558-3 (3 digitised items)
Taiaroa, Hori Kerei, d 1905 :Photographs relating to the Robinson, Brown and Peck families, and portraits of politicians and governors, Reference Number PAColl-4558 (25 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w original photographic print(s)Silver gelatin print. Horizontal imageSingle photograph
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Other copies available: File print available in Turnbull Library Pictures387. H.M.S. New Zealand(PFP-025545)
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