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Bathie Stuart, March 1939

Reference Number: 1/2-C-22839

Bathie Stewart on board the "Mariposa" whilst on holiday in New Zealand in March 1939.

Key terms:
1 image, related to Bathia Howie Stuart, New Zealand Government Tourist Department, Mariposa (Ship. 1931-1953) and Women in the civil service.

Part of:
Bathie Stuart, Reference Number 1/2-C-22839 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 b&w original negative(s)Horizontal imageSingle negative

Historical Notes: From caption in "New Zealand Freelance" 29/3/1939, page 13: " "Princess Pretty Antelope", Miss Bathie Stuart to New Zealanders, is taking three weeks holiday here after an absence of five years. As representative of the Government Tourist Department she has visited nearly every important women's organisation in the United States of America boosting the Dominion. On her return to America, Miss Stuart, who has been "adopted" by the Blackfeet Indian tribe, will be assisting the New Zealand Trade representative at the World's Fair, New York."

Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted

Other copies available: File print available in Pictorial Reference Service920. Stuart, Bathie(PFP-001723)

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