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Photograph - H.V McKay Massey Harris, Hay Day, Junee, New South Wales, 1956 Image Reg. No: MM 92962

Black and white photograph of Hay Day at Junee, New South Wales, 1956.

Part of the H.V. McKay Old Archive. Documents include photo albums, photographs, negatives, duplicate parts and service manuals, price books, company publications, financial and production records, plans, maps and factory photographs.
Black and white photograph.
Description Of Content:
Seated and standing crowd watch a Hay Day presentation. Promotional posters hang from the roof and a display table in the background is covered with white tins and boxes. Sunshine Massey Harris machinery sits in the middle of the room. It has swing tags attached that address key features of the equipment.

Second from left on bottom row (seated with hand to face): Geoff Kennison, Sales Manager. Far left on back row: Tom Minihan, Parts Manager. Fourth from left on back row (seated) is possibly: Jack Mason, Branch Manager Hobart. Far front right (seated): Stuart McKay, Director of McKay Massey Harris and grandson of HV McKay.
Acquisition Information:
Donation from Mr. Ron Doubleday - Massey Ferguson (Aust) Ltd, 1982
Discipline: Technology
Dimensions: 164 mm (Height), 218 mm (Width)

More information

Tagged with: agricultural equipment, agricultural shows, promotions
Themes this item is part of: H.V. McKay Sunshine Collection, Sustainable Futures Collection, Working Life & Trades Collection
Primary Classification: AGRICULTURE & RURAL LIFE
Secondary Classification: Agricultural Shows
Tertiary Classification: promotional materials
People Depicted: Geoff Kennison; Jack Mason; Tom Minihan; Stuart McKay
Format: Photograph: Black & White
Place & Date Depicted: Junee, New South Wales, Australia, 1956

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