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Charles E Wildbore (1862-1937) came to New Zealand from England in 1874. He was a bee keeper, dairy farmer and a well-known amateur photographer in the Pohangina Valley during the period 1890s-1920. He married Jane Emily Dallison in 1888 and they had 13 children. This photograph is believed to have been taken by Mr Wildbore himself in the sitting room, using the technique of time exposure.

Identification

Object type
Image
Archive
Lindsay Family Collection
Date
circa 1910
Digitisation ID
2007N_Pi342_PEO_0378
Held In
Coolstore

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Taxonomy

Tags
drawing room,
house,
interior,
people,
photographs,
wildbore,
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