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Mr Charles E Wildbore was a well-known resident of the Pohangina Valley frm about 1900 to 1920. He owned a small dairy farm and apiary at Pohangina Township, but he is principally remembered for his photographic activities, being an enthusiastic amateur photographer who recorded many interesteing views of rural life in the Pohangina Valley. See Pg35 and Pi172 for further details. This photograph shows an advertising poster designed and photographed by Mr Wildbore. The house in the photograph is said to be the Wildbore home.

Identification

Object type
Image
Digitisation ID
2014N_Poh45_007793
Title
Mr Charles E Wildbore's Apiary at Pohangina
Held In
Coolstore
Relation
Public Photograph Collection Poh45
Archive
Lindsay Family Collection
Date
circa 1910

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Creation

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Place
Pohangina Valley

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Taxonomy

Tags
bees,
photography,
pohangina,
rural towns and life,
wildbore,
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