Photograph [Mount Albert Football Club rugby team]; Early 1920s; XAH.R.1




Photograph [Mount Albert Football Club rugby team]

About this object

Photograph; a sepia photograph of the Mount Albert Football Club rugby team circa early 1920s, including Theodore Kerr Taylor, who is standing at centre back, third from left. The group are pictured in front of a dry stone wall. Framed in a plain oak frame with a brown cardboard matt.

Little is known about Theodore Allan Kerr Taylor, the Kerr Taylor's second youngest son, except that prior to World War I he was living at Waimauku with his brother Lancelot. Their father, Allan Kerr Taylor, had purchased land there which was cleared for timber and then farmed.

For more information about the Kerr Taylor family and Alberton, which is cared for by Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga, visit our website.

Date Made

Early 1920s


Photograph: 12.3 x 17.3cm
Frame: 25.5 x 30.3cm

Object Type


Medium and Materials

paper; oak

Credit Line

Collection of Alberton, Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga

Object number


Copyright Licence  

All rights reserved

This object is from
Alberton   Alberton

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