Photograph [Stan Wybrow / Bob Monteith]; [?]; 1965; CT08.4853.2b
Photograph [Stan Wybrow / Bob Monteith]About this object
Photograph; a black and white photograph depicting either Stan Wybrow or Bob Monteith, in action during the 12-inch standing chop competition at the Owaka Centennial Sports Day, 1965.
Sawmilling, logging and bush clearance occupied the working lives of many Catlins men and it was natural that chopping and sawing races were prominent events at local Sports Days and Caledonian Society Meetings. The blocks to be chopped were numbered and allocated by drawing lots. The chopping blocks were usually kamahi and the sawing blocks rimu.
1965Medium and Materials
processed material, paper.Technique
l 128mm x w 90mm
From the collection of Owaka Museum Wahi Kahuika The Meeting Place "a rest on your journey"Object Type
Dad staning behind me & it is him - he chops standing - left handed
Probably not my Dad, Stan Wybrow as Dad is not left handed - unless the photograph has been printed in opposite
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