Print [Field Marshall Sir George White]; [?]; 19th century; CT78.386b


Print [Field Marshall Sir George White]

About this object

Print; a full-colour print depicting Field Marshall Sir George Stuart White, seated and in full military dress uniform, including sash, medals, kilt and sword. Pasted onto cardboard.

Sir George White was an officer of the British Army and recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces. He is especially remembered for his part in the Siege of Ladysmith (1899-1900), during the Second Boer War.
Also a CD of photographs of his burial place in Northern Ireland



Date Made

19th century

Medium and Materials

processed material, paper, cardboard.

Place Made





h 280mm x l 180mm

Subject and Association Keywords

recreation. leisure, outdoor life. outdoor recreation

Subject and Association Keywords

military science, war

Credit Line

From the collection of Owaka Museum Wahi Kahuika The Meeting Place "a rest on your journey"

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Copyright Licence  

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Catherine, Owaka Museum 11 Nov 2010 01:11 AM,UTC

Thank you very much for your correction, we have now amended the record.
We have several other records relating to the Scout Movement, any extra information you could provide would be much appreciated.

National Scout Museum 19 Aug 2010 09:44 AM,UTC

We respectively suggest that this print has been incorrectly identified. The portrait is not of Robert Baden-Powell, but is of Sir George White, who during the Boer War was known for his defence of Ladysmith. We have a rather poor condition contempory publication where Baden-Powell and White are pictured which we can scan and send you if you wish.