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Photograph - Daniel Harvey Pty Ltd, Man Cultivating in Orchard, Box Hill, Victoria, circa 1925 Image Reg. No: MM 89431

Image is part of a collection of documentary artefacts and trade literature relating to Daniel Harvey Pty. Ltd. agricultural implement manufacturer, Box Hill, Victoria.
Black and white photograph mounted on board of a man operating a horse-drawn spring-tooth tyne cultivator in an orchard. The cultivator was made by Daniel Harvey Pty. Ltd., Box Hill, Victoria, agricultural implement manufacturer.
Description Of Content:
A man operating a horse-drawn spring-tooth tyne cultivator in the orchard of H. H. Hatfield in Box Hill, Victoria. The cultivator was made by Daniel Harvey Pty. Ltd., agricultural implement manufacturers, also of Box Hill.
Acquisition Information:
Donation from Veronica Harvey, 1987
Discipline: Technology
Dimensions: 16.0 cm (Width), 21.8 cm (Length)

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Tagged with: agricultural equipment, agriculture, horsedrawn equipment, horses, orchards
Themes this item is part of: Sustainable Futures Collection, Daniel Harvey Collection
Primary Classification: AGRICULTURE & RURAL LIFE
Secondary Classification: Horticulture
Tertiary Classification: images (to be classified)
Original Caption: The Sprint-tooth Cultivator shown working under spreading fruit-trees [Mr H H Hatfield orchard]
Inscriptions: On verso:
Daniel Harvey Pty. Ltd. archive reference in pencil , at top left: 'HARV/A/4/1/1/29'.
Museum Victoria catalogue reference in pencil at lower right: 'MM 89431'.
Annotation in pencil: 'The spring tooth cultivator / shown working under spreading Fruit- / trees / [Mr H H Hatfield orchard / Box Hill]'.
Organisations Depicted: Daniel Harvey Pty Ltd; H H Hatfield
Format: Photograph: Black & White
Place & Date Depicted: Box Hill, Victoria, Australia, circa 1925
Manufacturer of Item Depicted: Daniel Harvey Ltd, Box Hill, Victoria, Australia, circa 1925

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