About this object
A photograph of a group of young men dressed in the Te Awa Swimming and Life Saving Club labelled swimming costumes. They are standing in a row with their arms crossed. In front of the men is a large rope reel used in surf lifesaving exercises.
The photograph is taken on Marine Parade with the Norfolk Pines visible at the right in the background of the image. The photograph is taken looking south with a portion of Cape Kidnappers visible in the background.
Date and photographer unknown.
Black and white photograph mounted on card. The photograph is mounted together with other photographs on the same card removed from an album.
Height x Width: 62 x 103mm
Height x Width: 215 x 285mm
Te Awa Life Saving Club, Inscription, Handwritten
Collection of Hawke’s Bay Museums Trust, Ruawharo Tā-ū-rangi, 15210
gifted by Joy Miller
m2008/61/5, 15210, 77090