The Tamaki Bridge under reconstruction

Charles Boniface, Photographer

[1930s]
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Maker and Role
Charles Boniface, Photographer
Production Date
[1930s]
Description
Black and white original print taken by Albert Charles Boniface of the Tāmaki Bridge under construction. This bridge goes over the Tāmaki River in Otahuhu to Papatoetoe, now part of Great South Road. This bridge was originally built in 1851, and widened in 1932 by the Ōtāhuhu Borough Council and Manukau County Council.

Albert Charles Boniface worked for the Post Office for 40 years from 1929 - 1966 based in Auckland. He was also a keen hobby photographer and lived Otahuhu.
Physical Description
1 print : black and white ; 6 x 8.5 cm
Signature/Marks
The Tamaki Bridge under reconstruction Hand-written
Current Rights
No known copyright restrictions
Accession No
PHO-0208-1.12
Credit Line
Charles Boniface. [1930s]. The Tamaki Bridge under reconstruction, PHO-0208-1.12. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).
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