Maker and Role
John Page, Photographer
21 Dec 1970
Negative number 8a on a film strip. Image of a ZK-CXU AESL Airtourer 115 on grass. View is of port side, ZK-CXU is written on the vertical stabilizer, above is a symbol of a kiwi within a circle, and below is a coat of arms with 'HAMILTON' written underneath. Aircraft has a stripe from nose to tail, and under stripe on fuselage is written: 'LEARN TO FLY WITH EAGLE.' Next to this is a symbol of a eagle. On the fuselage is also writing: 'THE SMALLEST AIRCRAFT EVER TO MAKE GLOBAL FLIGHT.' On the side of the nose is written 'Miss Jacy' New Zealand. Cockpit of aircraft is open. Background is of fields and hills, far right side of background the nose of a aircraft is in frame. Negative of print PHO-2018-5.1.224
1 negative on a film strip : black and white ; 3.5 x 3.7 cm
7a 8a 21.12.70 Ardmore - on envelope Hand-written
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John Page. 21 Dec 1970. 8a 21.12.70 Ardmore [ZK-CXU AESL Airtourer 115], PHO-2018-5.1.226. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).