All Blacks rugby team, 1921
Reference Number: PAColl-7581-56
New Zealand All Blacks rugby team that played against the South African Springboks in 1921. Photograph probably taken during the test in Dunedin, August 13, but possibly during the 2nd test in Christchurch. Photographer unidentified.From left: G G Aitken (Captain, with ball), H E Nicolls, unidentified, unidentified, unidentified. J Steel, J Moffitt, J Richardson, J Donald, (Son) White, unidentified, unidentified, Mark Nicholls, (Moke) Bellis, Kingston. Other members of the team that played in Dunedin were: P W Storey, C E O Badeley, W D Duncan, E Hughes, and R Fogarty.The game played in Dunedin on August 13 was won by New Zealand 13 to 5.
1 image, related to Andrew White, John Steel, Cecil Edward Oliver Badeley, Johnstone Richardson, Marcus Frederick Nicholls, George Gothard Aitken, Harry Edgar Nicholls, James Edward Moffitt, James George Donald, Ernest Arthur Belliss, Charles Napoleon Kingstone, Percival Wright Storey, William Dow Duncan, Edward Hughes, R Fogarty, All Blacks (Rugby team), Dunedin City, Rugby football teams and Rugby Union football.
Original photographic prints and postcards from the file print collection, Box 18, Reference Number PAColl-7581 (61 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w original photographic print(s)Silver gelatin print 8.1 x 20.1 cm. Horizontal imageSingle photograph
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