- 1923 - 1936
Portrait of an unidentified archer drawing his bow, probably during a game or demonstration of archery golf. Behind him, a bag of golf clubs and two bows are leaning on a small table. The following text is painted on the table: “NO 16. / 170. YDS / PAR. 3. BGY. 4. HDP. 16.” Archery golf was adapted from the rules of traditional golf and could be played on either a golf course or a special archery course. Players used a bow and arrow and aimed for targets such as balls or wire circles. Archery golfers sometimes competed against golfers using the standard ball and clubs. Image note: Light leak on negative.