Collinson, Thomas Bernard 1822-1902 :Wellington N. Z. 1849. Gov[ernmen]t House. Te Aro Pah. Barracks on Mount Cook. The Baron's. Constitution Hill. One of the churches.
Reference Number: A-292-071
View from Hill Street area looking south past the garden of Government House (now the site of the Beehive) on the far left, (with what is probably Alfred Domett's garden in the foreground), and towards the original St Paul's Church (Museum Street), along Lambton Quay (the shoreline) and The Terrace (marked as Constitution Hill here), with Te Aro, including the Pa and Mount Cook, with the military barracks in the distance. Stables are also indicated written on the roof of a building beyond the fence of Government House and above Lambton Quay. "The Baron's" (the hotel of Baron von Alzdorf) is indicated too, along Lambton Quay.This drawing forms an inexact panorama with A-292-070.
1 image, categorised under Pencil works, related to Charles Ernest Alzdorf, Colonel William Hayward Wakefield, Thomas Bernard Collinson, Hon Alfred Domett, St Paul's Church (Museum St, Wellington), Wellington Barracks, Te Aro, Wellington Harbour, Thorndon, The Terrace, Lambton Quay, Mount Cook, Hill Street, Museum Street, Maori - Pa - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Fortification - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Stables, Church buildings - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Hotels - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Dwellings - New Zealand - Wellington Region and Gardens - New Zealand - Wellington Region.
Collinson, Thomas Bernard 1822-1902 :Seven years service on the borders of the Pacific Ocean, 1843-1850, Reference Number A-292-001/080 (21 digitised items)
Extent: 1 drawing(s)Pencil with ink inscriptions on paper, 231 x 331 mm. Single art work
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