Advertisement, His First Movie Horace Cottrell

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The advertisement for: His First Movie - Horace Cottrell.

It gives information about the camera Horace Cottrell used which was a Prestwitch loaned by Herbert Guthrie-Smith of Tutira. The picture toured New Zealand from June 1922.

On the back of the card is typed: The children of Napier and Port schools sold over 100 pounds worth of tickets of which the 30 Thousand Club received half to buy the merry-go-round that amused the children on the Marine Parade for over 34 years. It is now erected on the lawn on the Ahuriri sea front.

A newspaper advertisement is glued to the back of the card.
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Media/Materials description
One sheet of printed card folded in half; newspaper paper advertisement glued onto the reverse.
Height x Width: 153 x 112mm
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Current rights
Collection of Hawke's Bay Museums Trust, Ruawharo Tā-ū-rangi
Credit line
gifted by anonymous
Other number(s)
m2006/63, 35471

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