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Hodgkins, William Mathew 1833-1898 :The post office, Robertson's Creek, Martin's Bay [187-?]

Reference Number: A-182-089

View from the water's edge, looking into the bush-clad shore, with a wooden hut, with a smoking slab chimney. A man standing in a rowboat at the shore is passing a plank or log to another man on shore.

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1 image, categorised under Watercolours, related to William Mathew Hodgkins, Martins Bay, Dwellings - New Zealand - Southland Region, Boats and boating - New Zealand - Southland Region, Chimneys and Post offices - New Zealand - Southland Region.

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Hodgkins, William Mathew 1833-1898 :The post office, Robertson's Creek, Martin's Bay [187-?], Reference Number A-182-089 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 watercolour(s)Watercolour 292 x 228 mm. Single art work

Historical Notes: Robertson's Creek was named after John Robertson, Post Master from 1870. See TL 3/1/1/2 25 Feb 1987. Jamestown was established at Martin's Bay in 1870, but the area has now reverted to wilderness again

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