Modern prints of handcoloured photographs of New Zealand from White's Aviation. These are printed from extremely high definition scans of the original hand coloured photographs onto genuine photographic paper in a way that perfectly captures the colour and tone of the original photographs that were all first published in the 1940s album “Hand coloured views of New Zealand. The history of Whites Aviation has been well summarised by the team at our national library in Wellington who wrote "Whites Aviation Ltd was established in 1945 by Leo White (1906-1967) to produce a series of popular illustrated publications of aviation history and aerial photography. White began to freelance as a photographer in the 1920s, and later worked for the Weekly News. He was closely involved with aviation in Auckland 1920s-1930s, and pioneered aerial photography in the region. He compiled 'Wingspread, a history of New Zealand aviation', in 1941; and served as a photographer with the RNZAF during WWII. During the early 1950s he covered New Zealand by air, taking photographs for 'Whites pictorial reference of New Zealand'."