The Hospital, Dunedin, New Zealand, 1876
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361 x 265 mm. An exterior view of this plastered brick building in Italianate style, with four small loggia, topped square towers at the corners, and larger towers at the centre of the two larger facades. The building was originally constructed for the 1865 exhibition and was designed by William Mason. It was originally intended to convert the building into a market, but the authorities changed their minds. This explains the closed arcades on the ground floor, originally intended as a courtyard in the style of Hungerford Market in London.
- Creation: 1876
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Deveril, Herbert, d 1911, photographer
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