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Charles Wildbore (1862 - 1937) depicting himself as a tinker – a travelling metal-worker - and his children, taken at Pohangina where the family lived. Charles and his wife, Jane, had 13 children. He was a beekeeper, honey producer, dairy farmer and photographer. The family moved to Pohangina in 1893 and lived on five acres in Kiwi Street.

From left: Kathleen Wildbore; Mana Huia Wildbore; Sylvia Jane Wildbore; Charles E. Wildbore.

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Object type
Image
Digitisation ID
2018P_IMCA-Digitalmaster_025415
Title
"The Travelling Tinker"
Format
B&W print
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IMCA Digital Archive
Archive
Lindsay Family Collection
License
cc-by

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Pohangina

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Palmerston North City Library

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