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This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 15 January, 1964. "Sea, sand and wind have taken their toll of the Hyderabad beached at Waitarere. Nevertheless, it is still an attraction for the young. They scramble up its iron sides, now and again stub their toes and generally have a great time. These Levin boys peering through a massive split in the ship's side are Murray Clarke and Richard Curtis."

Identification

Object type
Image
Archive
Manawatū Evening Standard Negative Collection
Relation
2017-20
Date
January 14, 1964
Digitisation ID
2017N_2017-20_018300
Format
B&W negative
Held In
Other

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Taxonomy

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boys,
hyderabad,
manawatū evening standard,
shipwrecks,
waitarere beach,
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"Two Boys Looking Through Gap" [Boy on Hyderabad Wreck]
"When Hyderabad went Ashore"
"Getting In Some Practice" Fishing Competition
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