Photograph [Charlie Richardson]; [?]; c1920s-1930s; CT96.2073.2

Name/Title

Photograph [Charlie Richardson]

About this object

Photograph; Charlie Richardson, cousin of Arthur Crews, taken when they used to go rabbit shooting on the hills behind the Catlins Lake. On this day, the rabbits were shot in about two hours.

The original photograph has been digitised. A digital image and copy print are available for research access.

Place Made

Oceania, New Zealand, South Island, The Catlins

Maker

[?]

Maker Role

Photographer

Date Made

c1920s-1930s

Inscription and Marks

Written on the back,
My cousin Charlie Richardson/who lives in Balclutha./When we used to/go on the hills/behind the lakes./Rabbits were rabbits/in thos edays,/we shot these in/about two hours./"What a nice cap".'

'What a nice chap too'.

'
Donated by Arthur Crews'.

Format

Photograph

Object Type

photograph

Subject and Association Keywords

agriculture, hunting sports, shooting

Credit Line

From the collection of Owaka Museum Wahi Kahuika, The Meeting Place "a rest on your journey".

Object number

CT96.2073.2

Rights

All rights reserved

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