Photograph commemorating Kingsford Smith's trans Tasman flight from Sydney to New Plymouth on 11th January 1933

Unknown, Photographer

11 Jan 1933
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Maker and Role
Unknown, Photographer
Production Date
11 Jan 1933
Description
Black and white framed photograph to commemorate the second Trans-Tasman flight by Sir Charles Kingsford Smith in the Fokker F.VIIb/3m. VH-USU "Southern Cross" with Captain P.G. Taylor (co-pilot and navigator), John Stannage (radio), and passengers S.E. Neilsen, and Jack Percival on 11 January 1933. The photograph shows Charles Kingsford Smith facing left and looking at a globe on a pedestal turned to show the flight path. On top of the globe is a model airplane.
Physical Description
1 photograph : black and white ; 51 x 40 cm.
Signature/Marks
In commeration of the Trans Tasman flight Sydney to New Plymouth N.Z. Wednesday 11th Jan 1933 C Kingsfordsmith Hand-written
Current Rights
No known copyright restrictions
Accession No
06-402
Credit Line
Unknown. 11 Jan 1933. Photograph commemorating Kingsford Smith's trans Tasman flight from Sydney to New Plymouth on 11th January 1933, 06-402. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).
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