Apia, Samoa, from the sea, 1884 - 1885
Scope and Contents
196 x 139 mm. A view looking towards the shore from the harbour with the village stretching along the shoreline and jungle and hills beyond. Prominent on the shore is the stone church. Apia is situated on Upolu Island in Western Samoa and after Pango-Pango is the most important harbour in the Samoan Islands. See also Y309993A and Y309C.
- 1884 - 1885
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- From the Fonds: Burton Brothers (fl. 1868-1898) (photographers) (Organization)