Huntly museum needs public help to identify photos
A community museum in the Waikato needs help putting names to faces. More than 300 photographs depiciting life in 1950's Huntly have been donated to the Waikato Coalfields museum after being discovered in a shed. But only one of the people pictured was named, so the museum want people to stop by and see if they know any of the faces. Our producer Katie Doyle caught up with Jean Beverland, who's a spokesperson for the museum, and began by asking what the photos show. And if you think one of your family members may have been in a photograph - you can check out the Waikato Coalfields Museum Facebook page.