[Brees, Samuel Charles] 1810-1865 :[Aglionby Arms (Burcham's) River Hutt ca 1843]
Reference Number: B-031-033
Shows hotel by Hutt River, with the river bending to the right, and tall trees on the left bank behind the Aglionby Arms
1 image, categorised under Landscapes, Watercolours and Cityscapes, related to James Nelson Burcham, Daniel Riddiford, Samuel Charles Brees, Esther M Webb, Aglionby Arms (Lower Hutt), Lower Hutt City, Stockyards - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Native forest - New Zealand - Wellington Region and Hotels - New Zealand - Wellington Region.
[Brees, Samuel Charles] 1810-1865 :[Aglionby Arms (Burcham's) River Hutt ca 1843], Reference Number B-031-033 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 watercolour(s)Watercolour with gum arabic 202 x 282 mm. Single art work
Historical Notes: Brees in his text to "Pictorial Illustrations" notes: "the nucleus of a village has been formed by Mr Daniel Riddiford, on his section, no.17, in the Lower Hutt, which he has names Aglionby, and Mr Burcham has built an hotel there, for the accommodation of visitors to this fine district ... the white population residing [in the valley of the Hutt] amounted to 644 at the beginning of the year 1845"
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Other copies available: File PrintIn Drawings & Prints under Artist/Title (DFP-000685)
Inscriptions: Inscribed - On back: Dan Riddiford's stock yard on left
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