Townsend, Mary, 1822-1869 :Port Lyttelton. Victoria Harbour. Etched by T. Allom. From a drawing by Miss Mary Townsend. London, John W. Parker, 1851.
Reference Number: PUBL-0001-1
View looking across the harbour from a position on the water, inwards and across towards the Lyttelton waterfront. There are several rowboats in the foreground, and the "Cressy" stands at anchor at the left. Labelled features from left to right are: The ship "Cressy" arriving, Bridle Road to the plain, wharfs and pier, Emigration barracks and Mr Godley's house, Sumner Road to Lyttelton.
1 image, categorised under Etchings, related to John Robert Godley, Thomas Allom, Mary Townsend, Charlotte Jane (Ship), Randolph (Ship), Sir George Seymour (Ship), Cressy (Ship), Lyttelton, Sumner Road, Bridle Path, Dwellings - New Zealand - Canterbury Region, Harbours - New Zealand - Canterbury Region, Roads - New Zealand - Canterbury Region, Wharves - New Zealand - Canterbury Region, Passenger ships and Immigrants.
Fox, William 1812-1893 :Four illustrative views of the Canterbury settlement with descriptions; I. Port Lyttelton. II. Landing of the passengers from the "Cressy". III. Part of the great plain. IV. The Rivers Courtenay and Hinds. / From drawings made o, Reference Number PUBL-0001 (4 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w art print(s)Tinted etching, black and white, 162 x 270 mm. Horizontal imageSingle art work
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