Abraham, Caroline Harriet, 1809-1877 :[Panorama of St John's college, Tamaki, Auckland ... Auckland ; St John's College? 1862?. Part three] Barn and ricks. Mt Wellington. Stables. Holland's house, weaver. Manukau Harbour in the distance. Farm
Reference Number: A-220-008-a-3
The 5th and 6th sections (of 8) showing the site of St John's College, Meadowbank, looking towards Manukau Harbour on the right, with a road in the foreground. A carriage drawn by a team of bullocks is on the left, then the barn and several haystacks, Mt Wellington in the centre background, the stables as an outbuilding to the tall half-timbered weaver's house on the right, and farmland beyond that.
1 image, categorised under Lithographs, related to Meadowbank, Mount Wellington, Manukau Harbour, Farms - New Zealand - Auckland Region, Carriages and carts - New Zealand - Auckland Region, Stacks (Hay, grain, etc.), Bullock teams and Dwellings - New Zealand - Auckland Region.
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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