[New Zealand Football Association] :Chinese Universities Association Football. N.Z. tour 1924. Souvenir programme. [Chinese Universities v Wairarapa. Masterton. 17 July 1924]. Published by Geo Hunt, Gladding and Co., 24-25 H.M. Arcade, Auckland.
Reference Number: Eph-A-SOCCER-1924-01
Programme cover shows a New Zealand soccer player wearing a black jersey with silver fern, and white shorts, about to kick a soccer ball. He is framed by the Chinese flag on the left and the New Zealand flag on the right. Pages 10-11 list the members of the Chinese and Wairarapa teams, and page 13 gives the tour intinerary.
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[New Zealand Football Association] :Chinese Universities Association Football. N.Z. tour 1924. Souvenir programme. [Chinese Universities v Wairarapa. Masterton. 17 July 1924]. Published by Geo Hunt, Gladding and Co., 24-25 H.M. Arcade, Auckland., Reference Number Eph-A-SOCCER-1924-01 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 Album(s) (programme)Booklet of 20 pages, 220 x 140 mm.. Ephemera
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