ETERNAL FIRES: NEW ZEALAND'S ONLY ACTIVE VOLCANO NGAURUHOE

ETERNAL FIRES: NEW ZEALAND'S ONLY ACTIVE VOLCANO NGAURUHOE

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Filmcraft workers from Filmcraft Studios in Miramar (including Len Mitchell) climbing snow covered Ngauruhoe. 0 ft. 'the New Zealand Government Publicity Office presents 'Eternal Fires' New Zealands only active volcano Ngauruhoe'. 11 ft. 'Lavishly endowed by nature, New Zealand possesses a fair share of her bounteous gifts, and the fame of her mountains has been spread afar by visitors from other lands'. 35 ft. 'Of these beautiful mountains, Ngauruhoe is unique, being the Dominion's only acti...


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