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Wood, Cecil Walter, 1878-1947 :Proposed Anglican Cathedral. Wellington. Preliminary study of front to Hill Street. 1/8" scale. C. W. Wood, Architect, Sept 1938.

Reference Number: C-121-035

West front seen from Hill Street, with a number of variations on the final design, particularly in the top of the tower (shown with a pointed gold roof) and the details of the front of the building. A very large cabbage tree is shown on the left of the view

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1 image, categorised under Watercolours and Architectural drawings, related to Cecil Walter Wood, Wellington Cathedral of St Paul, Molesworth Street, Hill Street, Architecture - Details, Cathedrals - New Zealand - Wellington Region and Cabbage trees.

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Wood, Cecil Walter, 1878-1947 :Proposed Anglican Cathedral. Wellington. Preliminary study of front to Hill Street. 1/8" scale. C. W. Wood, Architect, Sept 1938., Reference Number C-121-035 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 watercolour(s)Pencil and watercolour, 702 x 542 mm. Vertical imagePlans

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