Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Six printed photographs along with their corresponding captions. All are scenes of Auckland 1943-1946, including the reveal of new U.S. army tugboats, the return of the 172nd infantry regiment, 43rd division and the United Nations day parade.
A collection of receipts, order forms, negatives, photo prints and handwritten notes. The negatives are labelled in the handwritten notes as “208-AA-56XX-2 (U.S Army parades in New Zealand)”, “208-AA-276E-1 (New Zealand Coastal Defence)” and “111-SC-377567 (Troops of the 172nd Infantry Regiment, 43rd Division marching to the railway station at Auckland)”. The order form is dated 10/14/2004. The photo print dates the U.S Army parade photo to 1/14/1943.
Black and white snapshot photograph of group of students marching in Wellington street, possibly Willis.
Black and white snapshot photograph of young men on truck on Kelburn Parade outside Hunter yard.
Black and white snapshot photograph of group in makeshift Highland band costume.