Bob Lynn's wood working museum

Egan, Bernard
August 2006
New Zealand Tree Grower;Aug2006, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p30
The article focuses on the Museum of Woodwork, founded by Bob Lynn in New Zealand. It is where wood and the tools used to process it are given the prominence they deserve. Lynn has been involved in most aspects of the timber industry. His building firm was not only responsible for many fine buildings but also for the joinery in the Beehive. He is a foundation member of the Ashburton Branch. He has supported the New Zealand Farm Forestry Association for many years. It describes the collection in the museum.


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