Scrapbook, Thomas Hyde
The Waikopiro Block; animal husbandry; letters to the editor from T Hyde; Victoria Small-Farm Association; lantern slide or oxy-ether limelight shows; lighting of the streets of Woodville; early cycling in New Zealand, with a photograph of Mr G Hyde on his cycle; Thomas Hyde's travels around New Zealand and the world; Mr & Mrs Hyde's farewell presentation from Woodville residents; Hawke's Bay Land Board; Mr T Hyde and his auto-buggy; obituary of Mr Tuely; Woodville past and present; disharmonies in our local bodies; photographs; obituary of Mr James Dickins; Waikaremoana; the development of thought and language; the Science Congress; new railway embankment between Taradale road and Westshore; obituary for Mrs Emily Hyde (Thomas's wife) and Mr William Beagley; interesting relics of early Napier, the telephones.
Pasted into the scrapbook are three photographs. Written below the photographs is: Swing Bridge, Manawatu River, Waikopiro Block; Settlers House Waikopiro I Block; Bridge same as above [Swing bridge] Mr Humphries (?) with his Camera on it
A group portrait photograph taken at Fischer's Studio, Napier features members of the Hawke's Bay Land Board, [Thomas Hyde, front at right]. Pasted below this is a photograph of a man seated at his desk that is attributed to T Hyde.
Members of the Hawke's Bay Land Board are noted in articles as being: Mr R T Sadd, Mr T Hyde, Mr R B Ross, Mr G Wright, Mr A J Cameron and Mr J Thomas.