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Written on back with blue ballpoint pen: “circa 1910 Clayton family picnic, Otaura Stream. Left to Right : Charles Clayton, Ada & Will with Alison, Elsie Watts (sister of Ada) & Shn Policemans wife.”

Written on back with black ballpoint pen: “Before birth of Brian Clayton.”

Clayton family picnic, Otaura Stream (Shannon), c.1910. Those in the photograph are from left to right – Charles Clayton, Ada & Will with Alison, Elsie Watts (sister of Ada) and the Shannon Policeman’s wife (unnamed). Baby Alison is being bottle fed by Will. A dog sits to the right of the group.

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Clayton family picnic, Otaura Stream (Shannon), c.1910

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