Photograph, Seaward Downs 1960; Campbell Photography, Dunedin; 1960; WY.1992.3.4

Name/Title

Photograph, Seaward Downs 1960

About this object

This is a photograph of the Seaward Downs School in 1960.

Back Row: B.R.W. McLaren (Teacher), Gary Sellars, Jimmy Gorman, Leslie Wylie, Ken Drysdale, Peter Whyte, ______, Gordon Sinclair, Stan Lemon, Mrs. McLaren (Teacher)

Middle Row: Dorothy Henderson, Linda Gorman, Janice Baxter, Alison Syme, Valerie McCorkindale, Lesley Henderson, Evelyn McLaren, Phyllis Bates, Janete Lemon, Sheryl Wright, Shirley McCorkindale

Front Row: Kathlen Howden, Annettee Byres, Susan Marshall, Leona Bates, Lynley McDonald, Judith Dallas, Lorraine Dobbie, Ian Lemon, ______, Graham Howden, Neville Swain, Wayne Henare, Neil McLaren

Place Made

Oceania, New Zealand, South Island, Southland, Seaward Downs

Maker

Campbell Photography, Dunedin

Maker Role

Photographer

Date Made

1960

Inscription and Marks

Front lower right written on a yellow sticker: '34'
Reverse side typewritten on a white piece of paper and stuck to back of photo are the names as per public description.
Upper left corner in black ink: 'WY 92 3'
Beside that in felt pen: 'Howden'
below that in ink ; '1960'
Below in pencil: 'C J 20 2 copies'
Apper right hand side in pencil:
'A - 1'
'Complimentary'
Centre back of photo is the makers stamp:
'CAMPBELL PHOTOGRAPHY
CAPITOL BUILDING (Top Floor)
67 PRINCES STREET, DUNEDIN
Telephone: 80-196'
Added in pencil in lower right corner: 'WY.1992.3.4'

Measurements

h 155 mm x w 217 mm

Period

1960s

Object Type

photographs

Subject and Association Keywords

People and Families (including births, weddings, deaths)

Subject and Association Keywords

Education

Medium and Materials

processed material, organic, vegetal, paper, photographic paper

Object number

WY.1992.3.4

Copyright Licence  

Copyright status unknown - orphaned work

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