Black and white photographic postcard of traction engine threshing wheat; 1909; ...
Black and white photographic postcard of traction engine threshing wheatAbout this object
Black and white photographic postcard of traction engine threshing wheat.
Postcard is addressed to "Miss Jean Ward, c/- Mrs Swan, Seacliff, South Island"
It reads "Dear Jean, You must be indeed a busy creature. I will have to send you a little time when next I write. We have got well quiet [sic] settled down now. I am beginning to feel quiet [sic] an old resident now. The girls like the place very much except Mary of course you can guess the reason why too far from Kairanga [?] for her. Can you recognize any faces on this Photograph. It was taken while I was working on Mattthews Mill. You will be able to pick the two Garveys . M Read myself and other is M [indecipherable] in a M & Matthews Read myself. A cousin of Wilfs is writing soon. Kind regards from all & best love from my self. Jim.
Postmarked at Seacliff, 1 November 1909.
No production marks on card. Image is of Seacliff, Otago.Format
1900sMedium and Materials
Howick and Districts Historical Society Incorporated.Object Type
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