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Photograph: RAINBOW WARRIOR (1955) and HIKINUI (1963) following bombing, 1985

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A black and white print showing RAINBOW WARRIOR (1955) following the bombing, 9 December 1985. A newspaper cutting on the back of the print describes Auckland Harbour Board floating crane HIKINUI (1963) lifting the main mast from RAINBOW WARRIOR in preparation for attempting to raise the vessel the following week.

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  • Title

    Photograph: RAINBOW WARRIOR (1955) and HIKINUI (1963) following bombing, 1985

  • Maker

    Unknown

  • Date made

    1985

  • Subject

    Photographic material, B&W print

  • Additional information

    Black and White Print: 0 - Whole, 2D objects (HxW): H 250 W 180mm: 0 - Whole

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