Group in Okahu Bush Ca 1934 Arthur Northwood Photograph
Group in Okahu Bush Arthur Northwood Photograph
Arthur Northwood Northwood Studios
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Arthur Northwood Photograph Print Okahu Bush Group

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Group in Okahu Bush, near Kaitaia, felling tree for shingles to repair roof of St Saviours Anglican Church. Ca 1934
Left to Right: Rev E Blackwood-Moore, Len Phillips, Alleyne Holder, Eric Matthews, Frederick Holder, Bob Mumby
Reproduced from the original glass plates by the Alexander Turnbull Library Endowment Trust, Wellington, with assistance of the Listener.
Arthur James Northwood (1880--1949) established a studio in Kaitaia in 1910 which he operated until his death in 1949. He took many photographs of the Far North, including images of gum digging, kauri logging, farming, and views of Kaitaia, Rawene, and other towns in the area. These photographs are a wonderful snapshot in time that show life in the Far North in the early 1900s.
Quality print, framed beautifully in natural wood behind glass, 375mm x 485mm