About this object
Tradition makes way for the new - Kay Knowles (left) and Juliet Simmons harvest part of Flowerland's 500,000 carnation crop. The production of carnations is down this year because the New Zealand domestic market is soft, but they are still the company's largest single crop and are grown year round.
Photograph taken 19 August 1993 and published in the newspaper on that date.
Daily Telegraph; 1871; 1999
19 Aug 1993
8 strips of film, 24 negatives on the same subject. Photograph original in colour but published in the newspaper in black and white.
Two further negatives published on the same day on the same page.
Photograph cropped for publication in the newspaper.
Height x Width: 20 x 35mm
Current rights code
Collection of Hawke's Bay Museums Trust, Ruawharo Tā-ū-rangi, B/1993/08/19/13/15
gifted by the Daily Telegraph