At Te Makia; a day's fun at the beach, ca 1933
Reference Number: PA1-o-116-82
At Te Maika; a day's fun at the beach. Boy Scouts engaged in various activities during a visit to the beach. Photographed by an unknown photographer about 1933Top left photograph (PA1-o-116-82-1). Group of boys crouching in shallow pools hollowed out of the sand. On album page below print is written "Hot springs"Top right photograph (PA1-o-116-82-2). Group of boys hunting for cockles in the sand. On album page below print is written "Cockles"Centre photograph (PA1-o-116-82-3). Two Boy Scouts standing on bridges they have constructed over a small creek or water race. On album page below print is written "Bridges" Bottom left photograph (PA1-o-116-82-4). Three boys swimming in the surf. On album page below print is written "Surfing"Bottom right photograph (PA1-o-116-82-5). Three Boy Scouts sitting with a collection of objects arranged on a board. On album page below print is written "The museum"
1 image, related to Te Maika, Scouting (Youth activity), Boys - Societies and clubs, Beaches - New Zealand - Waikato Region, Boy Scouts - New Zealand - Waikato Region and Boys - New Zealand - Waikato Region.
Craddock album 6, Reference Number PA1-o-116 (11 digitised items)
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Extent: 5 b&w original photographic print(s)Silver gelatin prints. Photographs
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