The Shoalhaven Historical Society needs your help!
They have this wonderful old historic photo but have no idea where it is taken, what the group of men are gathered for and what possible year it was taken.
"It's a bit of a mystery," said Shoalhaven Historical Society president Lynne Allen.
"It's certainly one we'd love to be able to solve."
The historical society has a huge array of historical Shoalhaven photographs.
"We love to be able to at least know what each photo is related to, what event it's at and if possible name some of the people in the photo," Mrs Allen said.
"We'd love to be able to firstly find out where this photo is from, where it was taken and what it's about?"
Mrs Allen, who spent much of the COVID-19 lockdown cleaning up the historical society's photographic draws, said the photo had never been recorded as an addition to the organisation's collection.
"The fact the photo has not been accessioned means that it has been in our collection for at least 20 years, since I took over accessioning the photographs," she said.
She said it is "suspected" it could "come from the Huntly Grant collection" but there was "no proof of that".
"I've shown the photo to a few long-time Nowra residents and so far have drawn a blank," she said.
"We'd just love to be able to find out what the photo is all about."
A close look at the photo shows some of the men, who are all impeccably dressed, wearing little badges, which might even suggest it was at a local agricultural show?
If you have any information on the photograph or can identify anyone in it please contact Lynne Allen on 0412 776432.
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