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[Weld, Frederick Aloysius] 1823-1891 :Rangiora bush [6 December 1850?]

Reference Number: A-269-010

Shows a night-time camping scene, lit by a campfire, with members of the six-strong camping party (a woman and five men) seated around the campfire, some of them in the entrance to a tent at the left. The tent uses a flowering cabbage tree as a ridge-pole.

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Watercolours, related to Charlotte Godley, Sir John Arthur Godley, Hon Sir Frederick Aloysius Weld, Edward Jerningham Wakefield, John Robert Godley, Charles Obins Torlesse, Charles Hunter Brown, Rangiora, Night, Tents - New Zealand - Canterbury Region, Camping - New Zealand - Canterbury Region, Native forest - New Zealand - Canterbury Region, Campfires and Cabbage trees.

Part of:
[Weld, Frederick Aloysius] 1823-1891 :Rangiora bush [6 December 1850?], Reference Number A-269-010 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 watercolour(s)Watercolour, 90 x 110 mm. Single art work

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