Levuka, Fiji, 1884 - 1885
Scope and Contents
193 x 141 mm. A view showing the Bank of New Zealand building in Levuka, a small one storey wooden building with a verandah. In front of the building stand three Fijians and four uniformed Europeans, presumably naval officers. Levuka was the site of the first white settlement in Fiji, a trading post which grew up after 1801 when the first Europeans arrived seeking sandalwood, but which was later abandoned in favour of Suva.
- 1884 - 1885
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- From the Fonds: Burton Brothers (fl. 1868-1898) (photographers) (Organization)