Photograph, Mataura Island School 1984; Unknown photographer; 1984; WY.0000.227

Name/Title

Photograph, Mataura Island School 1984

About this object

This is a photograph of Mataura Island School students in 1984.

Who is in the Photograph?

Back Row: Teacher Mrs Neeson, L. Graham, M. Telfer, J. Rhind, B. Duthie, M. Rumbler, R. Caughey, J. Duthie, M. Carter, Mr Anderson

Second Row: C. shaw, J. Braithwaite, S. Caughey, T. Sales, S. Duthie, L. McKenzie, M. Lamb, A. Sales

Third Row: S. Gold, N. Fleck, D. Rule, T. Telfer, A. McKenzie, M. Hunter, K. Shaw, T. Braithwaite, C. McLeary, N. Carter

Front Row: B. Howden, K. Howden, S. Lamb, A. Duthie, R. Hunter, R. Fleck, G. Morgan

Place Made

Oceania, New Zealand, South Island, Southland, Mataura Island

Maker

Unknown photographer

Maker Role

Photographer

Date Made

1984

Period

1980s

Medium and Materials

processed material, organic, vegetal, paper, photographic paper

Inscription and Marks

Front lower right corner on a yellow sticker:
'44'
Reverse side at the top left hand corner in ink:
'WY'
Typed on a piece of white paper and stuck onto photo:
1984 Teachers: Mrs Neeson, Mr Anderson
Back Row: L. Graham, M. Telfer, J. Rhind, B. Duthie, M. Rumbler, R. Caughey, J. Duthie, M. Carter,
Second Row: C. Shaw, J. Braithwaite, S. Caughey, T. Sales, S. Duthie, L. McKenzie, M. Lamb, A. Sales
Third Row: S. Gold, N. Fleck, D. Rule, T. Telfer, A. McKenzie, M. Hunter, K. Shaw, T. Braithwaite, C. McLeary, N. Carter
Front Row:
B. Howden, K. Howden, S. Lamb, A. Duthie, R. Hunter, R. Fleck, G. Morgan
Added in pencil on lower right:
'WY.0000.227'

Measurements

h 110 mm x w 170 mm

Subject and Association Keywords

People and Families (including births, weddings, deaths)

Subject and Association Keywords

Education

Object Type

photographs

Object number

WY.0000.227

Copyright Licence  

Copyright status unknown - orphaned work

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