Outside the premises of the bicycle shop of Dexter and Crozier, cycle importers, Victoria Street East, Auckland, in 1902. The shop is called the "Rambler Biclorama". Shows a group of men standing outside the front of the shop and two tandems in the foreground. Signs on the shop advertise Rambler Bicycles, G & J tires, bicycle repairs, tire repairs and enameling. A sign on the left, next door, advertises: "G Richardson, upstairs for pianos." Photograph taken by James Hutchings Kinnear.
Source of descriptive information - Photograph dated according to information in "Ride : the story of cycling in New Zealand" by Kennet Brothers, 2004, page 60
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- Kinnear, James Hutchings, 1877-1946 :Negatives of Auckland shipping, boating and scenery
- 1 b&w original negative(s), Negatives, Glass negative, Orientation: Horizontal image
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