Churchill Island Heritage Farm has a large photographic collection dating from the nineteenth century.
This series showcases photographs taken in the 1930s and 1940s and shows people who lived and worked on the Island during the Jenkins period. This photograph shows Ted Jenkins - the son of the owner of the Island - feeding Winks, a pony who was often hitched to a small cart for Ted to use while moving around the Island.
Sepia photograph with white border showing a man in a wheelchair feeding a small pony, with a foal standing close. The group are in front of a tall white picket fence, with large trees in the background.
Digitised from a high resolution copy (original Polaroid is in poor and fragile condition)
Inscriptions & markings