Photograph: Tattooed crew member [A. Rogerson] on PAMIR (1905), Hauraki Gulf, 1948

Maker
Hawkins, Clifford William (b.1914, d.2007)
Production date
1948
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Object detail

Description
Black and white photograph of Alan Rogerson on board PAMIR (1905) with a fully rigged sailing ship tattooed on his chest. 1948.

Sailoris possibly seaman: A. Rogerson of Nelson, New Zealand, identified by Cliff Hawkins in his publication: "Argosy of sail, a photographic history", 1980, Collins Publishers. The photograph is reproduced and captioned, "Seaman Rogerson of the barque Pamir (Hauraki Gulf 1948) on page 178.

Additionally, identification of the particular voyage undertaken and crew members listed for each in the Appendix to the publication: "PAMIR, The Story of a sailing ship", by Sydney D. Waters, A. H. & A. W. Reed, Wellington, New Zealand, 1949. Page 48: Voyage 10. Wellington - London- Antwerp, October 1947 - October 1948. A. Rogerson, O.S., Nelson.
Accession number
2021.29.133
Museum System ID
46632
Collection type
Collection
Cliff Hawkins
Classification
Maker and role
Hawkins, Clifford William (b.1914, d.2007): Photographer
Media/Materials
Black and White Print: 0 - Whole
Measurement details
2D objects (HxW): H 223 W 167mm: 0 - Whole
Production place and notes
Aotearoa New Zealand
On display?
Not on display
Record level
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