Group portrait of women drivers employed during the war for driving non-operational fire vehicles

Auckland Metropolitan Fire Board, Maker

1940s
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Maker and Role
Auckland Metropolitan Fire Board, Maker
Production Date
1940s
Description
Portrait of a group of four uniformed women. They are facing the viewer and looking to their left. The portrait ends about waist level. They are wearing dark tunics with metal buttons down the front and on the pockets. The tunics are belted at waist level and the metal buckles can be seen on three of the women. Under the tunics are white shirts and light coloured ties. Each woman is wearing a cop with a metal insignia in the centre at the front. Each insignia has leaves up the sides and a crown at the top. The caption names the women from left to right: B. Dickson, R. Bartleet, D. Davidson, P. Robson.
Physical Description
1 print (mounted) : black and white ; 34 x 37 cm.
Signature/Marks
Auckland Metropolitan Fire Board
Left to right
B. Dickson R. Bartleet D. Davidson P. Robson Hand-written
Current Rights
No known copyright restrictions
Accession No
08-964
Credit Line
Auckland Metropolitan Fire Board. 1940s. Group portrait of women drivers employed during the war for driving non-operational fire vehicles, 08-964. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).
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