Black and white photograph of Hay Day at Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, circa 1955.

Part of the H.V. McKay Old Archive. Documents include photo albums, photographs, negatives, duplicate parts and service manuals, price books, company publications, financial and production records, plans, maps and factory photographs.

Description of Content

A seated crowd watch a Sunshine Massey Harris promotion at Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, circa 1955. Power-take-offSide delivery rake is in the foreground and a projector is set up to the right. The walls feature Sunshine Massey Harris promotional signs which also hang from the ceiling. Sunshine Massey Harris representatives wearing white shirts, pants and dark ties stand near the front of the room beside the wall. Flag bunting, hay bales and gum tree branches decorate the room. Massey Ferguson staff in white uniforms, white trousers and ties. Three men in white, left to right: Charlie Shaw (McKay salesman, sold many hundreds of McKay headers, more than any other salesman), Bill Dinnell, (Administration Manager, Melbourne Branch), Don McKay (Advertising and Sales Promotion, the last of the McKay family to be employed by the company).

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Black and white photograph.

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