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[Richmond, James Crowe] 1822-1898 :Turanganui 25 Jan 1869.

Reference Number: A-245-016

Shows hotel buildings, wharf and sailing vessels at Turanganui, the original site of Gisborne, before the township of Gisborne was surveyed and named in 1870. `The array of buildings which Read has put up is quite formidable and gives the place a respectable appearance'. A single cabbage tree stands on the right and the river winds through the centre of the view.

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Pencil works, related to Mrs E H Atkinson, James Crowe Richmond, Turanganui River, Gisborne, Wharves - New Zealand - Gisborne Region, Bars (Drinking establishments) - New Zealand - Gisborne Region, Dwellings - New Zealand - Gisborne Region, Shipping - New Zealand - Gisborne Region and Hotels - New Zealand - Gisborne Region.

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[Richmond, James Crowe] 1822-1898 :Turanganui 25 Jan 1869., Reference Number A-245-016 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 drawing(s)Pencil, 90 x 160 mm. Single art work

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