Photograph, Afternoon Tea Edendale Homestead; Unknown photographer; 1894; WY.198...
Photograph, Afternoon Tea Edendale HomesteadAbout this object
This is a black and white photograph of a group of people having afternoon tea in the grounds of the Edendale Homestead.
It was taken in 1894, and Thomas Brydone, a pioneer of the dairying industry in New Zealand, has been identified as the man on the far left. The Edendale Homestead was the centre of the NZ and Australian Land Company's Southland Estates which reached a peak area of 124,666 acres.
1894Inscription and Marks
Reverse upper left in ink:'WY 89 458'
Centre in ink:'Thomas Brydone- extreme left 1894'
'Afternoon tea at the Edendale Homestead'
'-centre of the NZ & Australian Land Co's'
'Southland estates which reached a peak area of 124,666 acres.'
'Photo hitherto unpublished'
Lower left corner typed onto white paper:'PLEASE RETURN TO:'
'SOUTHLAND DAIRY CO-OP LTD'
'ATTN: MR. A.D. WILSON.'
Lower right in pencil:'WY.1989.458.'
122 mm x 169 mmPeriod
organic, processed material, vegetal, paper, photographic paper
organic, processed material, vegetal, paper, card
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