A view of Mount Tasman, covered in ice, 1939
Reference Number: MNZ-1316-1/4
A view of Mount Tasman, covered in ice. Photograph taken by A F Thompson from the summit rocks of Mount Tasman's slightly higher neighbour, Mount Cook, 1939.
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 negative(s)Single negative
Historical Notes: Mount Tasman (11,475 feet), named after the Dutch navigator, is New Zealand's greatest ice peak.
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Other copies available: File Print available in Pictorial Reference Service6. Westland Co. Tasman, Mt. 1939(PFP-001974)
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