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Credits 

Te Papa would like to acknowledge the many individuals and institutions that have contributed film, still images, and sound for Slice of Heaven.

 

Home-page captions & credits

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Politician Peter Tait and businessman Keith Hay, from the Coalition of Concerned Citizens, carry a petition against homosexual law reform into Parliament, 24 September 1985. Photograph by The Evening Post, courtesy of Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand (Dominion Post Collection, EP/1985/4285/25)

Toy truck, about 1940s. Made by Fun Ho!, New Zealand. Te Papa

Map of European and North African theatres of war, 1941. Maker unknown. Te Papa

Soup kitchen in Wellington, New Zealand, during the Great Depression, 1930s. Photographer unknown, courtesy of Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand (Evening Post Collection, G-8646-1/2-EP)

Model tooth, 1940s–50s. Maker unknown, resin, paint. Te Papa

World War II ration book, 1943. Made by the New Zealand government. Te Papa

Rugby ball from the All Blacks’ first series win over the Springboks (South Africa), 1956. Made by Watts Sports Depot Ltd, New Zealand, leather, cotton, ink. Te Papa

Souvenir tray from the New Zealand Centennial Exhibition, about 1939. Maker unknown, England, tin, printing ink. Te Papa

Advertisement for Bond’s ‘Charm’ hosiery, 1932. Photograph by K E Niven (1911–2004), New Zealand. Te Papa

'Proud to be gay' march, Wellington, New Zealand, May 1985. Photograph by and courtesy of David Hindley (born 1961), England

World War I soldier Gallin (or Gallen) with his family, New Zealand, 1914­–18. Photograph by Berry & Co, New Zealand. Te Papa

Souvenir tiki (carved human form) badge from the New Zealand Centennial Exhibition, about 1939. Maker unknown, metal, paint. Te Papa

Te Kirihaehae Te Puea Hērangi and two others outside a Land Development Scheme house, about 1930s. Photographer unknown, courtesy of Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand (1/2-059950-F)

Queen Victoria’s Jubilee Medal, 1897, engraved by C Emptmeyer, and King Edward VII Coronation Medal, 1902, engraved by G W de Saulles (1862–1903), both struck at the Royal Mint, England, silver, silk ribbon. Te Papa

Dance board and signs, about 1950. Maker unknown, New Zealand, wood, rope, paint. Te Papa

Commemorative sticker from the New Zealand Centennial Exhibition, about 1939. Maker unknown. Te Papa

Bust of Sir Edmund Hillary (1919–2008), about 1953. Made by Ophelia Gordon-Bell (1915–75), England, bronze, marble. Te Papa

Contraceptive pill pamphlet, 1970s. Made by Glaxo Laboratories (NZ) Ltd, New Zealand. Te Papa

Flags commemorating Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee, 1897. Makers unknown, printed cotton. Te Papa

Souvenir saucer from the New Zealand Centennial Exhibition, about 1940. Made by Thomas Porcelain Factory, Germany, painted by M Hunter, New Zealand, porcelain, porcelain enamel, gold. Te Papa 

Other credits

Exhibition credits - audio (pdf, 104kB)

Exhibition credits - Films (pdf, 240kB)

Who am I? - Game credits (pdf, 18kB)

Guess the Decade! - Game credits (pdf, 75kB)

Making headlines - Game credits (pdf, 58kB)

 

 

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