Sledging into a high camp, Godley Glacier, Canterbury - Photograph taken by C E Smith, 1939
Reference Number: PAColl-8550-12
Photograph of a skier approaching a high camp at Godley Glacier, Canterbury, pulling a sledge behind him across the snow. Photograph taken in 1939 by C E Smith.
Prints from the Making New Zealand Centennial collection, Reference Number PAColl-3060-1 (71 digitised items)
Making New Zealand:Negatives and prints from the Making New Zealand Centennial collection, Reference Number PAColl-3060 (311 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w original photographic print(s)Silver gelatin print 16.4 x 21.6 cm. Horizontal imageSingle photograph
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Inscriptions: Inscribed - Verso - centre: Photo C-56 / Ex large to this / size 9" x 6 1/8"; Verso - bottom left: Original published caption: Above - Sleding into a high camp, Godley Glacier, Canterbury. Ski-ing in New Zealand is only beginning and great development lies ahead of this sport. Mountaineers are hampered in winter by soft snow. The intelligent use of skis could save much labour in winter ascents. The skier in this photograph is able to pull on a sledge a greater load than he could carry on his back.; Verso - bottom right: C E Smith
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