Thursday, August 14, 2014

Albert Percy Godber

Albert Percy Godber was an early 20th-century New Zealand photographer who focused much of his work on the backcountry.

 A bullock team hauling logs near the timber mill at Piha, 1915-16
 A bush saw-doctor sharpening a cross-cut saw for use in logging near Piha, 1915-16
 Bullock team, Piha, 1915-16
 Deadman's Point Footbridge, 1926
 Horse-drawn wagon carrying sawn timber, on the 
railway track of the Piha to Karekare tramway, 1915-16
 Horse-drawn wagonette on the West Coast Road, North Auckland, 1915-16
 S S Albatross, ferry, at Home Bay, Motutapu Island, taking firemen to their picnic, 1909
 Tangarakau Gorge road, surrounded by native bush. A four-horse carriage is coming towards the camera, and the Tangarakau River is visible on the right, 1915-16
Three men on horseback on the Karekare Road, 1915-16

Albert Percy Godber Collection, Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand

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