Sir John Logan Campbell and his daughter, Winifred Campbell, in the music room at Kilbryde., Between 1881 and 1884
Reference Number: PAColl-1943-02-1
Sir John Logan Campbell (left), and his daughter Winifred, in the music room of Kilbryde, Campbell's newly-completed home in Parnell Auckland. Some of the fresco paintings of Swiss and Italian scenes (probably by Kennett Watkins) which adorned this room may be seen in the background. Photograph taken, probably between 1881 and 1884, by an unknown photographer.
1 image, categorised under Group portraits and Albumen photoprints, related to Winifred Humphreys, Kilbryde (House), Parnell, Mural painting and decoration and Dwellings - New Zealand - Auckland Region.
Photographs of John Logan Campbell and Emma Campbell, Reference Number PAColl-1943-02 (1 digitised items)
Creator of collection unknown :Photographs of John Logan Campbell in old age, Reference Number PAColl-1943 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w original photographic print(s)Albumen print 93 x 71 mm mounted on album leaf. Single photograph
Historical Notes: John Logan Campbell, his wife Emma and his daughter Winifred returned from Europe to live in the newly completed Kilbryde on 24 May 1881. Winifred returned to Europe in early 1884. She returned to Auckland for a six week period in early 1889. The photograph is more likely to have been taken in the earlier period. Source of information: "The father and his gift", by R C J Stone (AUP, 1987).
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