This illustration is one of many in deer culler Barry Crump’s best-selling book A good keen man (1960). It depicts the hardships of the deer culler, who spent months in some of the most remote parts of the county. Deer cullers had to be tough and self-reliant.
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Reference: Barry Crump, A good keen man. Wellington: Reed, 1965, p. 29
Artwork by Dennis Turner
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