Tatty: Picturing Canterbury

Tatty by David Minifie. CC BY-NC-ND 4.0. CCL-DaMi-4-Tatty.

Tatty (Dyanne Kennedy) ready to join in to the 'We Love Lyttelton Nuclear-Free Day' celebrations with the Black Dragon Clowns at Lyttelton Harbour. 1980s.

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