How 1.4m historic photos of Aotearoa ended up in America and were almost destroyed
In a temperature-controlled warehouse somewhere in the middle of Arkansas sit more than a million photographs from New Zealand newspapers.
After almost being lost, they're now up for sale and there is a push to get one photo album of our modern history home somehow.
They're black and white and undeniably Kiwi all over, so how did more than a million of our historic images end up in an Arkansas warehouse in the hands of an American?
Link to video and article: 'Very strange story': How 1.4m historic photos of Aotearoa ended up in America and were almost destroyed (msn.com)