Photograph, Framed Allandale Trixie; Clayton; 1924; WY.1991.126

Name/Title

Photograph, Framed Allandale Trixie

About this object

This is a framed and glazed photograph of Allandale Trixie who was a champion cow for her owner Mr R. S. Weir of Seaward Downs. We believe this to be an Ayshire cow.

On the back of the frame is recorded, 'She has a record of over 500 lbs of fat together with being one of New Zealand's greatest show cows carrying a wonderful udder. Trixie was also famous for her show ring performances. One of the first Royal Show Champions in 1905. This cow was well known in Southland for being the most perfect uddered cow of any breed. Famous show winner against the very first ?. Trixie's family are all well known and have records for over 400 lb of fat, big number of descendants for this cow. She is now in Mr Fletcher's herd and is still going strong'

Place Made

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

Maker

Clayton

Maker Role

Photographer

Date Made

1924

Period

1920s

Medium and Materials

organic, processed material, vegetal, photographic paper, paper
organic, processed material, vegetal, paper, card
organic, processed material, vegetal, wood
organic, processed material, glass
organic, processed material, vegetal, sisal
inorganic processed material, metal, steel

Inscription and Marks

Obverse side of photo on picture itself;
'Clayton
Gore 1924'
On a metal plaque;
'Allandale Trixie
Owner
R. S. Weir
Seaward Downs'
On reverse as in public description
Framers stamp;
'Shirley & Co
Irk Street, Gore
Phone 208-6369
For quality pictures and framing'
Added in ink;
'WY 91.126'

Measurements

h 560 mm x w 660 mm x d 60 mm

Subject and Association Keywords

People and Families (including births, weddings, deaths)

Subject and Association Keywords

Animals (fauna)

Object Type

photographs

Object number

WY.1991.126

Copyright Licence  

Public Domain - No rights reserved - no known copyright restrictions No rights reserved - no known copyright restrictions

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