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Scenic playground : the story behind New Zealand's mountain tourism / edited by Peter Alsop, Dave Bamford and Lee Davidson.

Contributor(s): Alsop, Peter, 1974- [editor.] | Bamford, Dave, 1950- [editor.] | Davidson, Lee, 1967- [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington : Te Papa Press, 2018Description: pages cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780994146021; 0994146027.Subject(s): Tourism -- New Zealand -- History | Tourism -- New Zealand -- Posters | Mountains -- New Zealand -- History | Mountains -- New Zealand -- Posters | Travel posters -- New Zealand | New Zealand -- PostersDDC classification: 338.479193 Summary: "This lavish book explores the story behind the promotion of New Zealand’s mountains - through posters, advertisements, hand-coloured photos and more. It explains how the country built its reputation as an alpine playground and, alongside, how mountains became central to belonging to Aotearoa"--Publisher information.
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A MAGNIFICENT ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF NEW ZEALAND'S MOUNTAINTOURISM INDUSTRYThis lavish book explores the story behind the promotion of New Zealand'smountains -- through posters, advertisements, hand-coloured photos andmore. It explains how the country built its reputation as an alpine playgroundand, alongside, how mountains became central to belonging to Aotearoa.

"This lavish book explores the story behind the promotion of New Zealand’s mountains - through posters, advertisements, hand-coloured photos and more. It explains how the country built its reputation as an alpine playground and, alongside, how mountains became central to belonging to Aotearoa"--Publisher information.