|Title||South Canterbury Museum Director Philip Howe|
|Collection||Timaru Herald Photographs, Personalities Collection|
South Canterbury Museum Director Philip Howe looking a a moa bone and a gramophone, circa 1995.
The caption on the associated newspaper article reads: "Moa bones and gramophones are something children might like to ge their hands on... at a museum they are not usually not allowed. But at the Pioneer Hall in Timaru this display of old treasures can be looked at and touched. Museum Director, Philip Howe (pictured) says the idea is to give children the chance to examine closely some of the items on display during the holidays."
|Studio||Timaru Herald photographers|
|Year Range from||1985|
|Year Range to||2001|
|Print Size||170(h) x 192(w) mm|
South Canterbury Museum