Found in 42 Collections and/or Records:
Landscape format. [Showing jetty in centre].
Landscape format. [Closer view than 6865].
201 x 153 mm. A view showing the Government Buildings on Lambton Quay, finished around 1876 to the design of W.H. Clayton.
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.
Landscape format. [General view of Wellington with tram lines down street].
Landscape format. [Taken from sailing ship].
Landscape format. Taken from steamer near Wellington.
Landscape format. Taken early morning from the steamer.
Landscape format. [View from a boat].
Landscape format. [Reclamation for wharf area - not graving dock. Building left of centre with chimneys is City Council garbage destructor. S.S.].
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.
A programme of the visit of 9-16 January 1954.
[No print]. Missing. Red and black funnels of Union S.S. Co. of New Zealand: the tower is that of the Town Hall, Wellington.
Landscape format. Looking across towards Oriental Bay : view taken from back of Government Bdgs [i.e. Buildings].
Landscape format. [This is Oriental Bay. Baths known as Te Aro Baths. J.S.]. [Distant view from a boat].
[Overgrown rift with trees at top and houses behind].
The album now contains photographs numbered in the range 6787-7005 (originally there were 173 in the album). Added numbers are: 6933-7005; not used: 6791, 6821, 6834 and 6872; missing 6790, 6792-6794, 6802, 6809, 6812, 6814, 6848-6849, 6936-6937, 6941, 6944, 6947, 6981, 6984, 6989-6890, 6992-6993 and 6995.
Landscape format. On the left Pencarrow Head: on the right Steeple Rock.
The Govt. Buildings : said to be the largest wooden building in the world. Wellington, New Zealand, 1910
[No print]. Missing.
Landscape format. Sir Joseph Ward, the Premier, in the Grand Stand. This is the 'basin' reserve: originally intended for a dock: during the great earthquake the whole of this was raised. Wellington.
[Hobson Street Footbridge. S.S.] Wellington : New Zealand. [showing back of child in white with bonnet crossing the bridge to adults in distance].