View looking along the beach at Cape Foulwind. Shows a large number of people on the beach, a group swimming, a number of women with parasols, and a pillar of rock standing out in the sea at the far end of the beach. Photograph taken circa 1910 by William Price.
Source of descriptive information - Historical notes from Library client, 2007
Inscriptions: Photographers title on negative - bottom left: Cape Foulwind 1993.B.
The pillar of rock was known as The Giants tooth. It was damaged in the 1929 Murchison earthquake and blasted down for safety reasons soon after.
Quantity: 1 bw original negative(s).
Physical Description: Glass negative
Access restrictions: Partly restricted - Please use surrogate in place of original
Format: 1 bw original negative(s), Negatives, Postcards, Glass negative, Orientation: Horizontal imageSee original record
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