Skip to Content

More Info →Sarah Parker and daughters knitting

Sarah Parker (2nd from left) with her daughters, (from left) Lorna, Hannah and Win, knitting on the verandah of the farmhouse on Banks Line, Rongotea. The Parker family farmed there from 1920 - 1989.

Identification

Object type
Image
Digitisation ID
2019P_2018-45_026156
Title
Sarah Parker and daughters knitting
Relation
Public photograph Z collection
Format
B&W print
Held In
Coolstore

Related items

Sarah Parker and daughters knitting
Palmerston North Community Poppy Wreath - ANZAC Day 2016
Jacquard Hosiery Trade Stall
Manawatu Knitting Mills Trade Stall
"Keen Buying Swells Funds for the Blind"
Libertyland Staff
Mr William Hurst's Federal Knight Truck and Picnicking Group
Mrs Clarke's Charabanc
Douglas Square and Mersey Street, Rongotea
Mr W.A. Hurst, Metal and Cartage Contractor
Douglas Square, Rongotea
Mr W.A. Hurst, Metal and Cartage Contractor

Creation

Created By
Place
Rongotea, Manawatū
Date
1930s

Object rights

Credit Line
Ian Matheson City Archives

Taxonomy

Community Tags

Report a problem

Related items

Sarah Parker and daughters knitting
Palmerston North Community Poppy Wreath - ANZAC Day 2016
Jacquard Hosiery Trade Stall
Manawatu Knitting Mills Trade Stall
"Keen Buying Swells Funds for the Blind"
Libertyland Staff
Mr William Hurst's Federal Knight Truck and Picnicking Group
Mrs Clarke's Charabanc
Douglas Square and Mersey Street, Rongotea
Mr W.A. Hurst, Metal and Cartage Contractor
Douglas Square, Rongotea
Mr W.A. Hurst, Metal and Cartage Contractor

User comments