- Ah Moy leg-roping a pig
Chinese man with rope around leg of pig, non-Chinese [?] man stands to left side watching, another figure out of left frame is also present. A woman holding a baby stands in the doorway of the house behind watching. Two buildings a visable and a buggy.
- c. 1907
- Australia - Tasmania
- Interpretive description
The catalogue card for this photograph in the Semmens collection at the University of Melbourne Archives states 'unidentified figures, presumably at Creswick'. These two prints have been cropped slightly differently. Photograph dated and identified by Ah Moy's grandson, Norman Moy.
- Chinaman leg-roping a hog
- No date, 10.5 x 14 cm.
E.J. Semmens collection, 76/33, 76/42, 77/42; University of Melbourne Archives. Details
- Ah Moy
Ah Moy leading a pig to be cooked in one of the stone pig ovens still scattered around the locality.
- Published photograph
Rootes, Trevor, 'Miners of the North-East', 40 [Degrees] South: Tasmania and Beyond, vol. 37, 2005, pp. 42-43. Details
According to article text original photograph is held in a local Weldborough hotel.
Created: 21 May 2004, Last modified: 8 June 2009