Boy Scouts biking through the Rakauwhakahue Stream, and landscape views, ca 1934
Reference Number: PA1-o-116-28
Boy Scouts biking through the Rakauwhakahue Stream, a landscape view, and a faked view of the Waitomo Falls. Photographed by an unknown photographer about 1934.Top left photograph (PA1-o-116-28-1). A "faked view of the Waitomo Fall."Top right photograph (PA1-f-116-28-2). Boy Scouts riding through the Rakauwhakahue Stream. On album page below print is written "Rakauwhakahue: The upper Waipa River is interesting for the large number of streams that feed it. Within a few miles, the Waimahora, Rakauwhakahue, Owaengae, Tunewai, and Ohakura all meet the river"Bottom centre photograph (PA1-o-116-28-3). View across a wide, partly bush covered landscape. On album page below print is written "Looking over that wide expanse of roadless virgin land we made a resolution that some day we would explore its rivers and mountains and forests"
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Craddock album 6, Reference Number PA1-o-116 (11 digitised items)
Craddock, Gerald Rainsford :Assorted photographs including New Zealand locations and Kashmir, India, Reference Number PAColl-2137 (11 digitised items)
Extent: 3 b&w original photographic print(s)Silver gelatin prints. Photographs
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