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Mrs Emily Wheeler (nee Marshall) holds an ostrich from the farm on Durham Road, Inglewood. She has a hat on and is wearing a lightly coloured top with a darker coloured skirt. Her husband John Wheeler is partially visible on the right of the photograph.
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PHO2008-1883

Alexander Walker Reid pictured standing in front of a wooden table with a number of milk cans standing on it. Reid is wearing a jacket, waistcoat, trousers and a hat. He has a long beard. A shed is visible in the background on the right hand side of the photograph and a hedge is pictured behind the table.
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PHO2011-1981

Young man.
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WD.048760

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A woman holds the reins of horse. Both standing under some trees.
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SW1931-1940.00272

Name/Title
Woman holding the reins of a horse while standing under some trees.
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SW1931-1940.00273

Name/Title
Woman and horse standing together.
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SW1931-1940.00274

A display of Nestles Ideal Milk products with fridges.
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WD.034133

Milking machine display showing the machine used to wash cows udders.
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SW1955.0823

Side view of the 'King' Airflow udder washing machine.
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SW1955.0822

Milking machine display showing the machine used to wash cows udders.
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SW1955.0824

Glass negative of interior of walk-through milking shed. Three figures are pictured looking directly at the photographer and a number of Fresian cows are being milked. The shed is constructed from corrugated iron and wooden beams with a concrete floor. Sash weights are visible hanging from the wooden columns.
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PHO2008-128

Farm worker named Lucas working in a milking shed, Norfolk Road, Inglewood. Lucas stands side on to the camera and looks over his shoulder at the photographer. Cows are walking into the milking shed behind him. Several cows are hooked up to the milking machines on the right of the photograph. The photograph is from a series of six photographs called "Taranaki Farm Boys", first shown at Gallery Impaire, Paris, France. The series documents farming environments photographer Maia McDonald both grew up with and worked within. Her photographs aim to portray her subjects' strength of character and an evocative sense of place.
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PHO2010-0514

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Farm worker named Craig spraying farmland on Junction Road, near Egmont Village. Craig stands next to a tractor. An orange spray hose is hooked up to a large Silvan spray tank. The tank is supported by a bracket attached to the tractor. Craig's arms are raised to his head, obscuring his face from view. He is wearing green overalls. The photograph is from a series of six photographs called "Taranaki Farm Boys", first shown at Gallery Impaire, Paris, France. The series documents farming environments photographer Maia McDonald both grew up with and worked within. Her photographs aim to portray her subjects' strength of character and an evocative sense of place.
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PHO2010-0515

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Farm worker named Ryan welding a metal pipe, Urenui. Ryan is kneeling near the entrance of a workshop wearing overalls and a welding mask. He is framed against the open door of the workshop. The photograph is from a series of six photographs called "Taranaki Farm Boys", first shown at Gallery Impaire, Paris, France. The series documents farming environments photographer Maia McDonald both grew up with and worked within. Her photographs aim to portray her subjects' strength of character and an evocative sense of place.
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PHO2010-0516

Jubilee Dairy Factory (looking north) owned by Chew Chong at Eltham. Suppliers with horse drawn drays loaded with canisters are parked in front of the factory. The factory was Eltham's first dairy factory.
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PHO2005-178

A group of people watching a presentation.
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WD.034134

Four men from the Waiteika Road dairy factory dressed in fancy dress. The two men on the right are dressed as women, and the man on the far right is dressed as a pastor.
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PHO2011-0819

Outdoor group portrait of the directors and executive staff of the Kaponga Cooperative Dairy Company Limited. Pictured left to right back row: J. L. R. Voullaire; C. G. Kelly; L. A. C. Lines; W. H. Gardiner; J. F. Edwards. Pictured front row left to right: Miss D. Wards (office assistant); P. F. Maxwell (secretary); J. P. Gibson (chairman); A. R. Barker (secretary 1934-1962); S. D. Pentecost (supervising manager); G. W. Holland (deputy chairman).
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PHO2011-0874

A young boy, Bill Rockett, pictured seated milking a cow.
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PHO2006-281

Milking machine display showing machine used to wash cows udders called the 'King' Airflow Machine with additional information reading "Scotts Revolutionary Udder Washer, the hygenic method, No dirty rags, No buckets". One workman can be seen to the right of the machine.
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SW1955.0821

Rahotu Butter Factory, owned by the Crown Dairy Factory Company. This photo has been identified as being taken between 1902-1905 and the man on the left as Walter Clement Guy Green (1876-1951), who was a Crown Dairy Creamery / Butter Factory manager from 1896-1907. The woman in the cart on the left may be Walter's wife Jessie Eliza Green nee Tyrrell (1878-1951) and the man in the cart to the right is filling his cans with whey. Walter later became Chairman of the Rahotu Co-operative Dairy Company, serving in that capacity for 39 years from 1912 to 1951.
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PHO2009-284

Warea Co-op Dairy Company Limited Directors Group. From left, back row: T. C. Bredin, G.E. (Ray?) Julian, F.H. Fowles (Manager); Front row: F. G. Sole, C.B. Webster (Secretary), C. Wells (Chairman), C.S. Muir.
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SW1931-1940.02703

Colour photograph of the original cheese factory building in Douglas, east Taranaki, taken in 1983. The building is white with pale blue doors and a brown corrugated iron roof. There is a sign for "Eric Darrah Ltd / Heavy Haulage / General Carriers" on the front of the building.

The Douglas cheese factory (a branch of the Stratford Farmers' Co-Op) replaced the original creamery that was built in the 1890s and that burnt down in 1918. The building in this photograph was erected in approximately 1919. The factory was closed down in 1958.
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PHO2014-0191

Exterior shot of City Dairy Limited on the corner of King and Dawson Streets, New Plymouth. This view is looking towards Devon Street. A line of nine vehicles are parked outside Dawson Street side of the building. Convent visible in background.
Accession No
SW1947.0141

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A diagrammatic view of the assembly at stage two of a cheese crate. A novel invention by A. E. Wood New Plymouth. A Collapsible one piece box or crate for the transportation of Butter, Cheese Fruit.
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SW1931-1940.04578
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