View of Invercargill, [ca 1860]
Reference Number: PAColl-6208-54
View of Invercargill, looking north-east from the vicinity of the Custom House in Clyde Street, across Puni Creek, toward the intersection of Dee and Tay Streets. On the corner of Tay and Dee Streets is Campbell's Store. The dark building is possibly the Bank of New Zealand. Also pictured are the premises of D Mitchell (draper), Clark (chemist), Broad (watchwaker), Coutts (Tailor) and Mitchell (shoemaker).
Lennie, T D (Mr), fl 1959 :Photographs of Invercargill and Mataura, Reference Number PAColl-4459 (9 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w original photographic print(s)Silver gelatin print. Single photograph
Historical Notes: Note on back of original print reads: Oldest photo in collection
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
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