Ferdinand De Lisle and Harold Hyde, Tutira Camp, 1912

Sorrell & Son
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A group portrait photograph of Ferdinand De Lisle, Harold Hyde and two other young military men taken at Tutira Camp in 1912.

Ferdinand De Lisle is the young man second from the right. Next to him at the far right is a young man identified on the back of the card as Harold Hyde. The photograph is labelled at the bottom with M.R. Tutira Camp, May 1912. The men are possibly buglers in the Mounted Rifles.

All four men are standing in uniform facing the camera. In the background horses, military tents and a hill are visible.

Photographer, Sorrell.
Date, 1912.
Production technique
Media/Materials description
Black and white photograph mounted on card.
Height x Width: 73 x 99mm
Height x Width: 121 x 169mm
H.B. Art Gallery & Museum, Stamp, Stamped
Territorials, Inscription, Handwritten
Subject period
Subject date
May 1912
Collection of Hawke’s Bay Museums Trust, Ruawharo Tā-ū-rangi, 3150
Credit Line
gifted by Mrs Florence Le Lievre
Other number(s)
m64/9, 3150, 80018


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