Photograph prints in Bell & Howell envelope

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Six black and white photographs in a wallet envelope advertising Bell and Howell photographic equipment. Printed on the front of the sleeve is a sketch of a woman with a 1940s hairstyle using a camera; on the back is a pictorial advertisement for Ferrania Cappelli film. Contents relate to the World War Two experience of Napier man Percy Hamlin. He is featured in a group image on the back of which is written: self, Robbie, Lilo, Copper, Bill. The caption on the back of an image of a ship reads: Cruiser escort we had for few days from Bermuda.
Media/Materials description
Black and white photographs in bifold envelope sleeve
Height x Width: 147 x 107mm
Height x Width: 64 x 89mm
29 Notley St / Westmere / Auckland
Collection of Hawke's Bay Museums Trust, Ruawharo Tā-ū-rangi, 2018/9/31
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gifted by Jeff Chambers
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2018/9/31, 95407
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