US MARINES IN NEW ZEALAND MISCELANEOUS STILLS

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Black and white stills of US Marines in New Zealand.
The photography is by US Marines attached to specialist film units, who were stationed in New Zealand at this time. Stills in this set capture A K transport and band; Army clerks book Marines into hospital; Corpsman attending to a patient; Corpsman’s ‘Victory garden’; Darkroom doubles as foxhole; Dentist at work; Flag-raising with band as new Marine camp opens; Funerals of men killed on manoeuvres, incl. June 16; General arrives to inspect troops; General Vandegrift and others; Generals arrive to inspect troops; Hospital with a million dollar view; Improvised road of burlap and wire over sand; Issuing warning about malaria; Mail room operations, including photographic V-mail system (note hut design); Maj Gen Barrett; Maj Gen Barrett arrives to review troops; Maj Gen Rupertus; Malaria control; Manoeuvres; Marine on fishing trip; Marine pointing out terrain; Marine points to his home town on map; Marines at attention by huts during inspection; Marines at Baptist Church service; Obstacle course; Officers discuss simulated attack; Parasitology laboratory; Photographic unit with equipment; Portable refrigerator used as a darkroom; Queen St Parade in aid of Liberty Loan Drive; Recreation hall: cards, tea and cake, chess. Red Cross hut used as church on Sunday; Rifle company in training and going on hike; Rugby game, US v NZ Army; Scout training school; Seabee carpenter’s mate; Two brothers in the construction unit; Water purifying plant

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Year 1943

Reference number S319606

Media type Stills

Collection Documentation Collection

Series USMC IN NZ 1942-43, NORM HATCH COLLECTION

Photographer Sergeant J. A. Mundell (and various)

Place of Production UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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NGĀ TAONGA SOUND & VISION, WELLINGTON
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