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Haast, John Francis Julius von (Sir), 1822-1887 :Two Thumb Range. Mt Sinclair, Sugarloaf, Alma, Mt Forbes, Lake in valley. [1862-1866?]

Reference Number: C-097-005

A sketch showing the river valley (probably the Rangitata where T H Potts had his station) with the named peaks in the background. It is possible that the river is the Godley or Macauley, which may also have views of these peaks.

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Watercolours and Pencil works, related to Thomas Henry Potts, Hakatere Station (Farm), Forbes, Mount, Two Thumb Range, Alma, Sinclair, Mount, Rangitata, Rivers - New Zealand - Canterbury Region, Pastoral runs - New Zealand - Canterbury Region and Farms - New Zealand - Canterbury Region.

Part of:
Haast, John Francis Julius von (Sir), 1822-1887 :[Topographical drawings from South Island surveys] 1860-1868, Reference Number C-097-001/181 (56 digitised items)

Extent: 1 watercolour(s)Pencil and watercolour on sheet, 250 x 450 mm.. Horizontal imageSingle art work

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