Reel to reel Sonocolor magnetic tape recording of opening speeches at Museum of Transport and Technology

John Herbert Matthias Hogan, Presenter;  Bob Seal, Presenter;  Ritchie Macdonald, Presenter;  Alfred Glasse, Presenter;  Norman Spencer, Presenter;  Edward John Barrington Douglas-Scott-Montagu Montagu of Beaulieu, Presenter;  Norman Adams, Presenter;  Harold Walton Stone, Other contributor; 

04 Mar 1965
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Maker and Role
John Herbert Matthias Hogan, Presenter
Bob Seal, Presenter
Ritchie Macdonald, Presenter
Alfred Glasse, Presenter
Norman Spencer, Presenter
Edward John Barrington Douglas-Scott-Montagu Montagu of Beaulieu, Presenter
Norman Adams, Presenter
Harold Walton Stone, Other contributor
Production Date
04 Mar 1965
Description
Recording of speeches given on the occasion of a building opening at MOTAT, 4 March 1965. Speakers include John Hogan, MOTAT Director and Lord Montagu of Beaulieu and cover the history of MOTAT and support by various organisations.
Physical Description
1 audiotape reel (ca. minutes) ; 17 cm, 6 mm tape.
Signature/Marks
See under this box signature Hand-written
Recorded at 3 1/2 ft/sec on 4th Mar (on 4th Mar crossed out) Pencil
Recording on Opening Speeches
at Museum of Transport &
Technology 4th March 1965 Pencil
John Hogan - Director (M-C)
Bob Seal - Secretary, MOTAT
McDonald - Local Member
Deputy Mayor - Glass
Norman Spencer - Chairman Auck. Trspt. Bd)
Lord Montague - (of the British Motor Museum - Bequler - UK
Harold KIdd - Pres - Ak. Van & Car club
(Norman Adams.) Norman Adams Founder Member " " " " Hand-written
With the compliments of
Communications Systems (N.Z.) Ltd
P. O. Box 6040
Auckland Ink Stamp
B (on a yellow sticker) Hand-written
123 Ink Stamp
Accession No
14-0398
Credit Line
John Herbert Matthias Hogan et al. 04 Mar 1965. Reel to reel Sonocolor magnetic tape recording of opening speeches at Museum of Transport and Technology, 14-0398. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).
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