Abraham, Caroline Harriet, 1809-1877 :[Panorama of St John's college, Tamaki, Auckland ; St John's College? 1862? Part one] Auckland in the distance Taurarua Point. Printing office. Wash house. Bishop's house. English school. Hall. Kitchen. Maori adult s
Reference Number: A-220-008-a-1
Sections one and two of an eight-part panorama. Judges Bay on the left and Rangitoto on the right in the background. In the foreground, a cluster of buildings with the largest identified as the Bishop's residence, a two-storied stone building. The building on the right containing the Maori adult school, weaving room and surgery is also two-storied and is half-timbered in mock Tudor style.
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Abraham, Caroline Harriet, 1809-1877 :[Panorama of St John's college, Tamaki, Auckland, founded by Bishop G A Selwyn in Nov. 1844. Drawn by Mrs Abraham, wife of the bishop, and lithographed by Miss Cotton. Auckland ; St John's College? 1862?], Reference Number A-220-008-a (4 digitised items)
Extent: Tinted lithograph, 170 x 493 mm on sheet 210 x 1973 mm. Single art work
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