The Method of Landing Bullocks which are taken from the ship in a boat and pushed overboard. When some way from the shore they usually swim to the land,but not always

Made:
November 1913 to July 1914
maker:
Herbert Galloway Stewart

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The first of two black and white photograph with the explanation 'The Method of Landing Bullocks which are taken from the ship in a boat and pushed overboard. When some way from the shore, they usually swim to the land, but not always'. The photograph shows two figures on a boat pushing a bullock overboard, a ship some distance away can be seen in the background. Taken by Herbert Galloway Stewart in Georgia, Russia between November 1913 and July 1914.

From a snapshot photograph album of the Russian Imperial Royal Family, compiled by Herbert Galloway Stewart (1866-1960); album number 10, page 8.

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Category:
Photographs
Object Number:
1990-5037/P80/10/8/1
type:
silver gelatin print
credit:
The Ricketts Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford