Digitised Image

Artist unknown :City Hotel block (end of fifties) [1949]

Reference Number: A-163-010

A schematic drawing of the triangle at the junction of High Street and Colombo Street, ca 1859, and the position and names of the shops at that point. They were Raphael, first pawnshop in High Street, then facing the triangle (a cab stand) are Ruddenklau pie shop, Eales eating house, Hossack grocer and Ruddenklau, beer licensee. At the corner of Colombo Street is a further building, unnamed

Key terms:
1 image, related to Ruddenklau family, High Street, Colombo Street, Pawnbroking, Grocery trade - New Zealand - Canterbury Region and Hotels - New Zealand - Canterbury Region.

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Artist unknown :City Hotel block (end of fifties) [1949], Reference Number A-163-010 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 drawing(s)Ink, 6.4 x 7.4 in. Single art work

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