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File:Netball game, ca 1910.jpg

Description Netball game, [ca 1910]

Reference number: 1/2-000260-G Photographer: William Archer Price Original negative Price Collection, Alexander Turnbull Library

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Date 1910-00-01 00:00:00
Source originally posted to Flickr as Netball game, [ca 1910]
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Type of material Copyright has expired if ...
 A  For photographs, manuscripts, archives, music scores, maps, paintings, and drawings published anonymously, under a pseudonym or the creator is unknown: photo taken or work published prior to
1 January 1963
 B  Any works by the Crown (see Crown copyright) dated 1944 or earlier
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 D  For photographs, manuscripts, archives, music scores, maps, paintings, and drawings (except A-C) Creator died before 1 January 1963
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