Shakespearean Pageant, Havelock North

Maker
Whitehead, Leonard Charles
Current rights
Public Domain
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Object detail

About this object
A group portrait photograph of participants in a Shakespearean Pageant, Havelock North. The building shown is at the northern end of St Luke's Vicarage, which was sited on Campbell Street.

The men are in costume on horseback in front of a building. The two men on dark horses are buglers, they hold the instruments at their sides. The two young men on white horses are unidentified. The two men on dark horses are identified as Harold Hyde, at left, and Ferdinand De Lisle, at right.

Photographer, L C White.
Date, 1912.
Production technique
Media/Materials description
Black and white photograph mounted on card.
Measurements
Height x Width: 152 x 204mm
Height x Width: 248 x 305mm
Signature/Inscription
L C Whitehead, Hastings, NZ, Embossed, Embossed
H B Art Gallery & Museum, Stamp, Stamped
Subject period
Subject date
1912
Caption
Collection of Hawke’s Bay Museums Trust, Ruawharo Tā-ū-rangi, 3480
Credit Line
gifted by Mrs Florence Le Lievre
Other number(s)
3480, m65/47, 84155

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The building shown is the northern end of the St Luke's Vicarage, that was sited on Campbell Street, the vicarage paddock was used for the pageant activities and gathering.

- Garry Clapperton on 08-01-2020 05:47:23

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