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Australasian swimming team, winners of the freestyle relay, Olympic Games, Stockholm, 1912 [picture]
Bib ID 1599224
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
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Description 1912 
1 photograph : b&w ; 8.7 x 13.8 cm. 
Summary

Official postcard with photograph of the Australasian relay team who won the 4x200 metres freestyle relay. Swimmers were Malcolm Champion (N.Z.), Harold Hardwick (Aus.), Cecil Healy (Aus.), and Leslie Boardman (Aus.).

Notes

Title supplied by cataloguer.

Condition: good.

Inscriptions: "Olympiska spelens i stockholm 1912 officiella Brefkort", "Granbergs Konstingustri-Aktiebolags Forlag, Stockholm", "Australasia's team, 1st prize in team race 800 m." -- printed on reverse with coat of arms.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-136491925

Subjects Olympic Games (5th :, 1912 : Stockholm, Sweden)  |  Swimmers -- Australia -- Portraits.  |  Swimmers -- New Zealand -- Portraits.
Exhibited Exhibited: "Seabaths", National Library of Australia Visitors Centre, February - August 2005. 

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