Saturday, July 26, 2014

William Archer Price

Mr. Price was yet another New Zealand photographer.

A gang of men working on the main trunk line somewhere in the North Island, 
constructing the railway line through the bush, 1900-30
 Albert Park, Auckland, 1908-10
 Cars and carriages (and possibly a caravan) parked beside an area 
known as The Plantation at Bucklands Beach, ca. 1910
 Children in a dinghy on the tidal flat, Little Shoal Bay, Auckland, ca. 1910
 Childrens' fete at Lancaster Park, Christchurch, ca. 1910
 Man and a boy in a dinghy in a choppy sea 
near the water's edge at Herne Bay, ca. 1910
 Man on a horse-drawn thresher, ca. 1910
 View of adults and children walking and 
playing on Shelly Beach, Auckland, 1890-1910
 View of the wharf at Whitianga. The ferry is berthed and passengers are embarking, 1911
Young women gymnasts in a group pose

Courtesy Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand 

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