Auckland (inhabited place)
Found in 69 Collections and/or Records:
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.
284 x 231 mm. A view looking down a hillside and on to the City of Auckland with small residential houses and gardens in the foreground. In the background Northcote Harbour can be seen, with the North Shore and Devonport beyond, and Rangitoto in the distance.
These files include annual reports, accompanied in some cases by explanatory letters, reports of annual general meetings, statements of accounts and other papers.
290 x 190 mm. A view looking down onto the city, and beyond it to the harbour. Auckland, founded by Governor Hobson in 1840, in this photograph is still a small and neat city, with broad streets and open spaces between the suburbs at the left, and the waterfront.
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.
205 x 158 mm. A view showing part of the North Shore in the foreground, with a cluster of houses at the right and looking out across Waitemata Harbour towards the city of Auckland. Photographer unknown.
208 x 160 mm. A view showing a jetty in the foreground on the North Shore, and the city of Auckland (with Mt. Eden in the background) across Waitemata Harbour. Photographer unknown.
146 x 199 mm. A view looking past the prow of a sailing ship towards the shores of Auckland Harbour. Details on the shoreline are considerably faded, but the church on the skyline is probably St Paul’s.
Landscape format. [View of Abattoir as seen in 7040].
288 x 224 mm. A view looking across Northcote Harbour with wharves and shipping in the foreground. The spit of land opposite is the north shore, which ends at Devonport (out of picture). The mountain visible on the horizon is the extinct volcanic island of Rangitoto.
Landscape format. [Water lost in the mists].
200 x 139 mm. A view looking along Grafton Street, which runs down towards the port and across Waitemata Harbour towards the North Shore. Beyond the North Shore, Rangitoto can be seen on the skyline. Photograph by Beattie and Sanderson, Auckland. (Protected 10.8.97).