Historical information

Churchill Island Heritage Farm has a large photograph collection dating from the mid-nineteenth century to the last decade. This series of photographs show candid pictures taken by previous residents of the Island. Dr Harry Jenkins purchased Churchill Island primarily for his son, Ted, as a quiet place for him after he was paralysed in a diving accident. Dr Jenkins lived a varied life with a variety of pursuits and activities, including crocodile hunting in the Northern Territory.

Physical description

Black and white photograph showing Dr Harry Jenkins and friends with a large dead saltwater crocodile suspended from a crane attached to a truck.

Inscriptions & markings

Catalogue number written in pencil on the reverse