Found in 101 Collections and/or Records:
195 x 140 mm. A view looking down on the settlement which lies around French Bay, surrounded by hills. The town is situated on Bank’s Peninsula, southeast of Christchurch. Known for a short time as Port Louis-Philippe, Akaroa was bought from the Maoris as a French settlement in 1838, but this lasted only until 1846 when the second Commissaire du Roi left the island and there ceased to be any formal connection with the French Government.
176 x 148 mm. A view looking down from the hills on to the harbour which is situated on the Banks Peninsula south of Christchurch and Lytellton Harbour.
195 x 147 mm. A view looking across an ornamental pool and fountain towards City buildings in the background. Albert Park, formerly part of the Albert Barracks, is on the side of the hill that overlooks Queen Street and fills the curve formed by Bowen Street and Coburg Street.
195 x 145 mm. A view showing a row of armed American sailors standing behind a Gatling gun team at Mulinu’u Point.
200 x 124 mm. A view looking over a copra plantation, with a cross marked on the print in the middle of a clearing. Angel Hope Freeman was a senior Lieutenant on HMS ‘Tauranga’, which arrived in Samoa on the 24th March 1899. Freeman’s grave can be seen clearly in Y309C/53. Copyright registered 21 Aug. 1899.
145 x 183 mm. A view of the path beside the creek which leads to a small footbridge amongst the thick woodland.
184 x 144 mm. A view looking down from Mt Eden on to the city, with the harbour in the distance. All detail of the city has been lost through fading.
200 x 150 mm. A view looking down from a different part of Mt Eden on to the city and harbour, with most of the detail lost through fading.
199 x 148 mm. A view looking down on the suburbs of Auckland, with well–spaced houses, gardens and fields. The harbour can be seen in the distance.
206 x 143 mm. A view looking down on the suburbs of Auckland similar to the previous plate, with the harbour visible in the distance.
199 x 149 mm. A view looking down on scattered houses, gardens and fields on the outskirts of Auckland. In this plate the town is giving way to country scenery.
195 x 147 mm. A view taken from hilly ground looking across the harbour towards the city. All detail of the city has been lost through fading.
202 x 146 mm. A view from the beach on the North Shore looking across Northcote Harbour towards the city. No details of the city are visible through a combination of distance and fading.
196 x 148 mm. A view from a hillside on the North Shore, looking over the small settlement there and across Northcote Harbour towards the city. No details of the city are visible through fading.
204 x 143 mm. A view from Devonport, at the southern end of the North Shore, looking over houses and gardens towards Northcote Harbour and the city. No details of the city are visible due to fading.
185 x 147 mm. A view looking out across Northcote Harbour towards the city, no details of which are visible due to fading.
197 x 143 mm. A view from the cliffs above a beach, looking out into the bay which is dotted with islands, towards mountains in the distance. The Bay of Islands is a drowned river system containing about 150 islands which lies on the east coast of North Auckland between Whangerei and Whangaroa. The first European to visit it was Captain Cook in 1769, and in the nineteenth century it became a watering place for whalers.
205 x 142 mm. A view from the shore looking out towards the Bay, with islands dimly visible in the distance. The Bay of Islands is a ‘drowned river’ system containing about 150 small islands which lies on the east coast of North Auckland between Whangerei and Whangaroa. The first European to visit it was Captain Cook in 1769, and in the nineteenth century it became a watering place for whalers.
139 x 193 mm. A view from the bottom of the falls looking up the cliff face, with a man standing at the side of the falls.
194 x 137 mm. A view looking along a river, with two men beside the water, heavy woods on either bank and mountains in the distance.
201 x 146 mm. A view showing a circle of dancing Samoans with European spectators in the background. This page of the album also contains two paper clippings concerning German reactions to the Anglo-American action in Samoa, and demanding compensation for the bombardment of Apia.
198 x 148 mm. A view from above looking out over the spaciously laid out town with wide roads and houses separated by trees.
191 x 140 mm. a view looking down on a street in an uncrowded residential area of Christchurch. Exact location unidentified.
195 x 139 mm. A view showing three Samoans removing the kernels from a large pile of coconuts.
196 x 145 mm. A view showing Queen Street in the foreground with the city and harbour beyond.