Kennaway Henderson, seen here in a Canterbury Society of Arts class, became a conscientious objector who served two sentences in Paparua Prison.

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Title

Kennaway Henderson, seen here in a Canterbury Society of Arts class, became a conscientious objector who served two sentences in Paparua Prison.

Description

Canterbury Society of Arts art class, ca 1912. Standing: Cecil Kelly, Edwin Bartley, Raymond McIntyre, Alfred Wilson Walsh. Sitting: Leonard Hampden Booth, Andrew Kennaway Henderson, Sydney Lough Thompson, William Menzies Gibb, Charles E Bickerton.

Source

Canterbury Society of Arts art class. Canterbury Society of Arts art class and hanging committee. Ref: PAColl-5374-2. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand. http://natlib.govt.nz/records/22746848

Date

ca 1912

Contributor

Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand.

Rights

Unknown.

Identifier

VAW076

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B&W photograph

Physical Dimensions

JPEG (90KB)

Citation

“Kennaway Henderson, seen here in a Canterbury Society of Arts class, became a conscientious objector who served two sentences in Paparua Prison. ,” Voices Against War, accessed December 6, 2021, http://voicesagainstwar.nz/items/show/84.