Wellington (inhabited place)
Found in 67 Collections and/or Records:
Diary, 1928-06-01 - 1928-11-26
Eastbourne. Wellington Harbour, 1948
72 x 70 mm. Seagulls on the beach, with the sea in the background.
Ferro-concrete jetty : Wellington Harbour, 1910
Landscape format. [Showing jetty in centre].
From Hill Street, Wellington, New Zealand, 1876
361 x 264 mm. A view taken from the same position as Y3089B/24, but looking towards Lambton Quay and Te Aro Flats. In the foreground is a residential area with mainly wooden houses, while beyond in the harbour, ships can be seen moored at Queen’s Wharf, with Te Aro Flats in the distance.
Gerringham : Wellington : forming the right hand horn of Oriental Bay, 1910
Gerringham : with Oriental Bay to the right, 1910
Landscape format. [Closer view than 6865].
Government Buildings, Wellington, 1899
201 x 153 mm. A view showing the Government Buildings on Lambton Quay, finished around 1876 to the design of W.H. Clayton.
Government Departmental Offices, Wellington, New Zealand, 1876
364 x 257 mm. A view of the Government Building on Lambton Quay with three figures standing in the roadway in front. This is the handsome building which superseded the offices shown in Y3089B/27. Finished around 1876 (to the design of W.H. Clayton), it is a wooden structure looking deceptively like stone. The chimneys seen here were later removed in the interests of architectural harmony.
Government House, Wellington, New Zealand, 1876
360 x 260 mm. A front view of this attractive timber building, with a square tower at one end and ornamental designs on verandahs and eaves. The house was designed in 1869 by W.H. Clayton.
Homewood, 1976 - 1982
This file contains material relating to the research, publication and reception of Lady Smedley’s history of the official residence of the British High Commissioner , ‘Homewood and its families: a story of Wellington’ (Wellington, 1980).
Hutt, Wellington, 1880
198 x 148 mm. A view of the countryside in the Hutt area north of Wellington, showing fields interspersed with palm trees.
Island Bay : steamer at the Heads approaching Wellington, 1910
Lambton Harbour and Wellington, April 1841, 1963
A print issued by the New Zealand Government to mark the opening of New Zealand House, London, on 9 May 1963 by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Lambton Quay and the Terrace from the Government Buildings, 1910
Landscape format. [General view of Wellington with tram lines down street].
Landing stage, Wellington Harbour, 1910
Landscape format. [Taken from sailing ship].
Looking out to sea : showing Steeple Rock, 1910
Landscape format. Taken from steamer near Wellington.
Lower Hutt. N.Z., 1948
71 x 70 mm. A river overlooked by trees.
Mount Victoria : approaching Wellington, 1910
Landscape format. Taken early morning from the steamer.
New dry dock, Wellington Harbour, 1910
Landscape format. [Reclamation for wharf area - not graving dock. Building left of centre with chimneys is City Council garbage destructor. S.S.].
New Zealand Contingent for the Transvaal. Wellington. October 1899
New Zealand v Australia at the Basin Reserve, 1910
Landscape format. Australia batting. In background on right is Wellington Boys' College.
Old Government House : wooden buildings : now used as Houses of Parliament owing to burning down of Parl Buildings in December 1907., 1910
[No print]. Missing.
Photograph album, 1928-06 - 1928-11
Album of mostly 80 x 54 mm prints. There is a brief list describing items 1-98, which document the trip from Southampton to South Africa, travel in South Africa, and the visit to Southern Rhodesia. Many photos do not appear in the exact numerical order given in the listing. The rest of the images are uncaptioned, but their general locations have been identified by reference to the diary RCMS 353/1.
Port Nicholson, Wellington, New Zealand, from Hill Street, 1876
360 x 266 mm. A view looking down on to the harbour with city buildings in the foreground and Mt. Victoria visible beyond the harbour. Government House is in the centre of the photograph with a cluster of ships moored at the right at Queen’s Wharf. The Council Chambers are at the left of the photograph (see Y3089B/25).
Programme of Royal Visit to Wellington, 1954
A programme of the visit of 9-16 January 1954.