Country Queen float, Queen Carnival Campaign

Production date
08 Nov 1952
Current rights
All Rights Reserved
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Object detail

About this object
A photograph of the Country Queen float that formed part of a procession to Windsor Park held in Hastings on 8 November 1952 as part of the Hastings and District War Memorial Appeal, Queen Carnival Campaign. The float is decorated with wool and spring flowers. The Maids of Honour, Misses Marian Stead, Kathleen Beamish, and Josephine Glazebrook, are seated at the front of the float. Flower girl, Juliet Barker, can be seen on the right. The photograph has been taken on Heretaunga Street West. The Ruahine Building (built 1937) and Baird's Drapery can be seen in the background.

Photographer, unknown.
Production date
08 Nov 1952
Production period
Production technique
Media/Materials description
Black and white photograph glued to an album page.
Measurements
Height x Width: 103 x 159mm
Height x Width x Depth/Length: 224 x 312 x 40mm
Signature/Inscription
The Maids of Honour, Misses Marian Stead, Kathleen Beamish, Josephine Glazebrook, and Juliet Barker (flower girl), Inscription, Handwritten
Subject period
Subject date
08 Nov 1952
Caption
Collection of Hawke's Bay Museums Trust, Ruawharo Tā-ū-rangi, 17044
Credit Line
gifted by Mrs Louise Ross
Other number(s)
m2003/82, 17044, 85628

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