L E Birch, with Messrs Easthope and Blackwood, 1930s

Unknown, Photographer

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Maker and Role
Unknown, Photographer
Production Date
Black and white original print of three standing in the garden beside a villa style house. From left to right is Mr Blackwood, Les Birch and Mr Easthope.

Les Birch was a amateur, also known as ham, radio operator, who with Blackwood and Easthope figured in Charles Ulm and Charles Kingsford Smith's trans-Tasman flight.

These men staffed the ham radio station, ZL2HI, which was a land based New Zealand radio.
Physical Description
1 photographic print : black and white ; 8 x 11cm
Staff ZL2H1 Dnom[?] Hand-written
L.R Mr Blackwood. L.E. Birch. Mr Easthope Hand-written
Current Rights
No known copyright restrictions
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Credit Line
Unknown. 1930s. L E Birch, with Messrs Easthope and Blackwood, 1930s, 04/001/035. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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