[Codrington, Robert Henry (Rev)], 1830-1922 :[House in Nelson rented by Bishop Hobhouse. [1860?].
Reference Number: A-306-007
Shows house in Nelson rented by Bishop Hobhouse 1859-63. Shows a shingled roof, a long verandah with creeper growing over it, neatly planted garden, circular flower bed. The house is seen from the north (see plan on verso of A-306-004), with the skylighted chapel at left, and the bedrooms belonging to Mr Philpott and Mr Tudor at the right. There is a cabbage tree at the left, near the chapel.
1 image, categorised under Wash drawings, related to Hobhouse family, Mrs A D Payne, Rev Robert Henry Codrington, Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia, Nelson City, Dwellings - New Zealand - Nelson Region, Gardens - New Zealand - Nelson Region, Porches, Vegetable gardening, Skylights, Anglican church buildings - New Zealand - Nelson Region and Anglican Communion - Bishops.
[Codrington, Robert Henry (Rev)], 1830-1922 :[House in Nelson rented by Bishop Hobhouse. [1860?]., Reference Number A-306-007 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 watercolour(s)Ink and sepia wash, on paper, 122 x 246 mm.. Horizontal imageSingle art work
Historical Notes: According to a hand-drawn map deposited at the same time, and probably drawn by Maria Nicholson, this house was in Grattan Street, in The Wood area of Nelson.
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