Reconcditioning wire. Telephone line gang.

Charles Boniface, Photographer

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Maker and Role
Charles Boniface, Photographer
Production Date
Black and white print of two men part of the 'Telephone Line Gang' for telephone exchanges reconditioning wire in Albany.

Albert Charles Boniface 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.
Physical Description
1 print : black and white ; 8.5 x 6 cm
Reconcditioning wire. Telephone line gang. Alban. 1933 Hand-written
Current Rights
No known copyright restrictions
Accession No
Credit Line
Charles Boniface. 1933. Reconcditioning wire. Telephone line gang., PHO-0208-1.8. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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