Schell, Frederic B., d. 1905 :Wellington. T Schell; C Schwarzburger sc. [Sydney; Picturesque Atlas Co. Ltd., 1886].
Reference Number: A-109-009
View looking down Nairn St with the spires of St Peter's and St John's Churches in Willis Street, the Terrace clearly visible and the houses and wharves of Wellington stretching into the distance. A cart is stopped in the middle of Nairn Street, possibly a grocery cart, since people are gathered around the back.
1 image, categorised under Cityscapes and Wood engravings, related to Carl Schwarzburger, Frederic B Schell, St Peter's Church (Willis Street, Wellington), St John's Church (Willis Street, Wellington), Picturesque Atlas of Australasia (Publication), Queens Wharf, Nairn Street, Te Aro, The Terrace, Willis Street, Brooklyn, Streets - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Anglican church buildings - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Presbyterian church buildings - New Zealand - Wellington Region and Dwellings - New Zealand - Wellington Region.
Schell, Frederic B., d. 1905 :Wellington. T Schell; C Schwarzburger sc. [Sydney; Picturesque Atlas Co. Ltd., 1886]., Reference Number A-109-009 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w art print(s)Wood engraving, 5.7 x 9.6 in. Single art work
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