US Embassy: Photographs

Photographs of the response by the United States of America Embassy in New Zealand to the Canterbury earthquakes.

Last updated
4:42pm 6th November 2017
Type
Collection
Identifier
qsr-collection:13453

Contains 81 items


US Embassy Photograph 1
US Embassy Photograph 1
Prime Minister John Key speaking to member of the public at the Hagley Park welfare centre, set up after the 22 February 2011 earthquake.
US Embassy Photograph 2
US Embassy Photograph 2
Members of the USAID Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART) and Fire and Rescue New South Wales, eating lunch in their temporary headquarters in Latimer Square.
US Embassy Photograph 3
US Embassy Photograph 3
Members of the USAID Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART) and the New Zealand Urban Search and Rescue Team conferring in a tent full of equipment in Latimer Square. Latimer Square was set up as a temporary headquarters for emergency management personnel after the 22 February 2011 earthquake.
US Embassy Photograph 4
US Embassy Photograph 4
Members of the USAID Disaster Assistance Response Team conferring on Madras Street.
US Embassy Photograph 5
US Embassy Photograph 5
Members of the USAID Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART) searching through the rubble of a collapsed building in the Christchurch central city.
US Embassy Photograph 6
US Embassy Photograph 6
Deputy Administrator for Protection and National Preparedness at the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Tim Manning, and Michael Layne from the US Embassy in Wellington, speaking to Ray Kennedy, an Area Manager from the New Zealand Fire Service, in the Christchurch Art Gallery about the 22 February 2011 earthquake.
US Embassy Photograph 7
US Embassy Photograph 7
Deputy Administrator for Protection and National Preparedness at the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Tim Manning, working with the Red Cross in the Christchurch Art Gallery after the 22 February 2011 earthquake. The Art Gallery was used as the Civil Defence headquarters after the 22 February 2011 earthquake.
US Embassy Photograph 8
US Embassy Photograph 8
Deputy Administrator for Protection and National Preparedness at the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Tim Manning, working with the Red Cross in the Christchurch Art Gallery after the 22 February 2011 earthquake. The Art Gallery was used as the Civil Defence headquarters after the 22 February 2011 earthquake.
US Embassy Photograph 9
US Embassy Photograph 9
Deputy Administrator for Protection and National Preparedness at the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Tim Manning, being interviewed by the media in front of the Cranmer Centre about the 22 February 2011 earthquake.
US Embassy Photograph 10
US Embassy Photograph 10
Deputy Administrator for Protection and National Preparedness at the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Tim Manning, inspecting the damaged Cranmer Centre on Armagh Street.
US Embassy Photograph 11
US Embassy Photograph 11
Deputy Administrator for Protection and National Preparedness at the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Tim Manning, photographed in front of rubble from the damaged Cranmer Courts on Montreal Street.
US Embassy Photograph 12
US Embassy Photograph 12
Deputy Administrator for Protection and National Preparedness at the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Tim Manning, inspecting the damaged Cranmer Centre on Armagh Street.