Hogan, Patrick Joseph, 1804-1878 :No. 2, Auckland, New Zealand. (From Smales Point). Drawn by P. J. Hogan, 1852. Lith. by Standidge & Co., Old Jewry [London, 1852]
Reference Number: C-010-015
View from a high point of early Auckland, looking east past Commercial Bay, towards the Britomart Barracks, the spire of St Paul's Church in Parnell on the hilltop, the barracks outlined on the same hill but close to the water's edge. Shortland Street and Fort Street are also in the background, there is shipping in the harbour and men trundling barrels around in the foreground on the wharves.
1 image, categorised under Lithographs and Cityscapes, related to Patrick Joseph Hogan, St Paul's Church (Auckland), Britomart Barracks (Auckland), Standidge & Co., Auckland City, Parnell, Shortland Street, Fort Street, Anglican church buildings - New Zealand - Auckland Region, Barracks - New Zealand - Auckland Region, Wharves - New Zealand - Auckland Region, Shipping - New Zealand - Auckland Region, Barrels and Dwellings - New Zealand - Auckland Region.
Hogan, Patrick Joseph, 1804-1878 :No. 2, Auckland, New Zealand. (From Smales Point). Drawn by P. J. Hogan, 1852. Lith. by Standidge & Co., Old Jewry [London, 1852], Reference Number C-010-015 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 colour art print(s)Lithograph, hand-coloured, 315 x 457 mm on sheet with trimmed margins. Horizontal imageSingle art work
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