Memorial Hall

The Memorial Hall at Musick Memorial Radio Station, Auckland

The Memorial Hall at Musick Memorial Radio Station, Auckland

The main entrance opens into a hall approximately five metres square. Although this area serves as a central foyer, its height and symmetry bestow a dignity befitting its function as a memorial.

Plaque commemorating Edwin Musick and crew of the Samoan Clipper

This plaque commemorating Edwin Musick and crew of the Samoan Clipper provided the text of the first transmission on 512 kHz from ZL1ZLD.

The eastern and western walls bear an American Eagle in plaster relief and a bronze plaque.

Captain Edwin Musick medallions at Musick Memorial Radio Station

Captain Edwin Musick medallions at Musick Memorial Radio Station

This plaque, on the west wall of the memorial hall, was dedicated by US Ambassador Charles J Swindells on the 65th anniversary of the loss of the Samoan Clipper.

This plaque, on the west wall of the memorial hall, was dedicated by US Ambassador Charles J Swindells on the 65th anniversary of the loss of the Samoan Clipper.

The Roll of Honour, which hangs on the east wall of the Memorial Hall at Musick Memorial Radio Station

The Roll of Honour, which hangs on the east wall of the Memorial Hall at Musick Memorial Radio Station. Read about the nine New Zealand radio operators murdered by Japanese forces during World War 2.