[Cars parked on Caroline Bay]; 1936-1946; 0074

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South Canterbury Museum

Name/Title

[Cars parked on Caroline Bay]

About this object

Cars parked on Caroline Bay at Carnival time, in the late 1930s or early 1940s. Taken from the Benvenue Cliffs looking southward.

The crowds attracted to Caroline Bay for the carnival brought with them a need for carparking. As a result cars were often parked on the grass at the edge of the beach between the sand and the tennis courts and around the childrens' playground, visible on the sand.

Place Made

Timaru, New Zealand

Date Made

1936-1946

Medium and Materials

Paper, photographic

Technique

silver gelatin print

Measurements

70(h) x 135(w) mm

Subject and Association Keywords

Caroline Bay

Subject and Association Keywords

Caroline Bay Soundshell

Subject and Association Keywords

Caroline Bay Hall

Subject and Association Keywords

Caroline Bay Tennis Courts

Object Type

Print, photographic

Object number

0074

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