The Wyndham Farmer, 1962-1966 Editions; 1962-1966; WY.0000.673

Name/Title

The Wyndham Farmer, 1962-1966 Editions

About this object

A bound volume of editions of The Wyndham Farmer from 1962-1966.
(editions are published monthly). The Museum also holds a box of loose editions from the 1960s.

1962
January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December.

1963
January, February, March, April, May, missing edition, July, August, September, missing edition, November, missing edition.

1964
January, February, March, missing edition, May, June, July, missing editions, December.

1965
missing editions, July, missing editions.

1966
missing editions, May, missing editions.

Ewen MacPherson printed then published The Wyndham Farmer for 39 years and when he died in 1934, his son Doug took over the business. Doug ran the paper for 20 years, with the last issue coming out on 19 February 1955. They closed during a prosperous period purely because they could not get any staff. For the last six weeks of the paper, Doug put out the issues entirely on his own and it was said that as Doug was finishing the compositing of the last page of the last paper, a man who wished to become a subscriber telephoned.

The Wyndham News Flash was subsequently published by Les Necklen, but when Neville Greenfield took over his business in 1962 he reintroduced The Wyndham Farmer, publishing until 1974.

Medium and Materials

organic, processed material, vegetal, paper
organic, processed material, vegetal, paper, card

Date Made

1962-1966

Period

1960s

Place Made

Oceania, New Zealand, South Island, Southland, Wyndham

Publisher

Greenfield, Neville

Publication Place

Oceania, New Zealand, South Island, Southland, Wyndham

Subject and Association Keywords

Communication (including Diaries and Letters)

Object Type

documents

Object number

WY.0000.673

Copyright Licence  

Copyright status unknown - orphaned work

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