Introduction to New Zealand

Introduction to New Zealand

Introduction to New Zealand

Introduction to New Zealand

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The drawings in text are by GEORGE WOODS, except in the following sections: The Face of the Land, The Writers of New Zealand, and fern decorations, byNANCY BOLTON; Manly and Womanly Sports, by A. S. PATERSON. The designs on pp. 202 and 205 are from wood-engravings by E. MERVYN TAYLOR. The cover-design was drawn by GEORGE WOODS.

THE PHOTOGRAPHS

reproduced in the half-tone sections were taken by JOHN PASCOE, Department of Internal Affairs, with the following exceptions: South Island Mountains and Refuelling and Maintenance by the Royal New Zealand Air Force; Primeval New Zealand and Agricultural New Zealand byV. C. BROWNE; Farming Varies from Cows byE. T. ROBSON; Country Town and Adult Education by E. P. CHRISTENSEN, Government Film Studios; Butter by HARVEY DRAKE, Department of Agriculture; Dental Clinic byDepartment of Health; Maori Artifacts byDominion Museum; Rugby and Racing by Evening Post, Wellington; Desert Incident byGEORGE SILK, Australian Ministry of Information; Tanks Corps Instructor, Soldiers' Farewell, After Four Years, and Pacific Warfare by the National Film Unit. Of the photographs used in the end-papers, Mount Cook (front) and Pastoral (back) are byJOHN PASCOE; Kahikatea (front) is byWILLIAM C. DAVIES , Cawthron Institute, Nelson, and Ake-ake Flowers (back) byJ. W. CHAPMAN-TAYLOR . On the back cover Mount Tasman is by theRoyal New Zealand Air Force; Housing Department Flats by JOHN PASCOE; Physical Education

by R. W. PEACOCK.

The originals of the paintings by CHARLES HEAPHY and JOHN BUCHANAN are in the Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, and the Hocken Library, Dunedin; to which institutions acknowledgment is made for permission to reproduce photographs of these works.

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