Photograph, Edendale School Teachers and Committee Men; Phillips, E.A; 1953; WY....

Name/Title

Photograph, Edendale School Teachers and Committee Men

About this object

We believe this photograph is of teachers and committee men at the Edendale School Reunion in 1953.

The group are:

Back Row: Alex Walker(teacher), Tubby Holden (teacher), Tom Mawdsley, Bob White, John Allison, Tommy Robertson, Jack Dunlop.

Middle Row: Jim Waddell, Malcolm McLeod, Robt. Caldwell, ? Conley, Jack Halliday, Mrs McElhinney.

Front Row: Mrs Anderson, Ethel Donald, Elsie (Hutt) Kilgour, Bertha (Laurie) Hillis, Mrs Townley (Spratt), Mrs Caldwell (Davie), (Miss Greer), Mrs Jack Hall (nee Annie Pryde).

Place Made

Oceania, New Zealand, South Island, Southland, Edendale

Maker

Phillips, E.A

Maker Role

Photographer

Date Made

1953

Period

1950s

Medium and Materials

organic, processed material, vegetal, paper, photographic paper

Inscription and Marks

On the lower right front of the photo is a yellow sticker
'92'
Beside this indented into photo is the makers mark
''E. A. Phillips'
'Photo'
'George St'
'Dunedin'
On the reverse of the photo written in ink and pencil are the names as per public description
Also on the reverse is the makers stamp and also
another half of the stamp.
'E. A. PHILLIPS
Photographer
George Street
Dunedin'
On the vertical on the top left corner in black ink
'WY 94 17'
W. 00'
Added in the middle lower horizontal
'WY.1994.17.1'

Measurements

h 147 mm x w 244 mm

Subject and Association Keywords

People and Families (including births, weddings, deaths)

Subject and Association Keywords

Education

Subject and Association Keywords

Events and Parades

Object Type

photographs

Object number

WY.1994.17.1

Copyright Licence  

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

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