Governor General Jellicoe Visits Levin, Early 1920's

Original Filename: 2000.018.0014.jpg (view)

Original Size: 90 KB

Original Image Type: image/jpeg

Governor General Jellicoe Visits Levin, Early 1920's.


Printed on front of mounting board, top right, with black ink – P 19

Written on back with blue ballpoint pen: “Earl Jellicoe, Governor General of New Zealand, 1920-1924.”

Penciled on back: “Visit of Lord Jellicoe to Levin, in front of Century Hall, Queen St.”

Governor General Jellicoe visits Levin, early 1920’s. The Governor General and other dignitaries stand in front of the Century Hall, which was situated on the south west corner of the Queen Street / Cambridge Street intersection. A large crowd has pressed forward towards the dias and three police officers stand amongst the large number of people.

1 B&W photo print copy, mounted

Any use of this image must be accompanied by the credit “Horowhenua Historical Society Inc.”

There are 0 comments in this discussion.

join this discussion