[Otahuhu Post Office staff]

Unknown, Photographer

1920s-1940s
See full details

Details


Maker and Role
Unknown, Photographer
Production Date
1920s-1940s
Description
Black and white print of Post Office Staff outside the main entrance of the Otahuhu Telephone Exchange and Post Office. Photograph shows nine men standing in a row with a Post Office and Telephone (P&T) Department vehicle next to them. Standing on far right is likely Albert Charles Boniface, who worked for the Post Office for 40 years from 1929 - 1966. During this time he was primarily based at Auckland Central Post Office, but also worked at Otahuhu Telephone Exchange and Post Office and in Papatoetoe.

Individuals from left to right:
[Unknown]; ? Pope; Bill Drake (Post Master); [Unknown]; [Unknown]; Alf Morgan; Jim Horan; Andy McNarey; Bert Boniface
Physical Description
1 print : black and white ; 9 x 14 cm
Signature/Marks
? Pope Bill Drake (Pm) Alf Morgan Jim Horan Andy McNarey Bert Boniface Hand-written
Current Rights
No known copyright restrictions
Accession No
PHO-0208-1.3
Credit Line
Unknown. 1920s-1940s. [Otahuhu Post Office staff], PHO-0208-1.3. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).
Maker
Disclaimer

The development of MOTAT's online platform is a continual process. Records are updated regularly, with new information and images. There may be mistakes or omissions in the information provided and we welcome input from the public.

 Do you know something about this object? Contact us or comment below.


Be the first to comment.