A man with his hand-pushed cart does the rounds in Dunedin’s Cumberland Street in 1952. Rag-and-bone men were junk dealers. They would make their rounds, shouting, and people would bring out things they didn’t want. In an era when few people owned cars, a trip to the dump was not an option.
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Photograph by Gary Blackman
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