[Adam, John Sheddon], fl 1840s :Auckland in February 1844, from a pencil sketch by John Adams. .
Reference Number: PUBL-0099-693
A panoramic view with features numbered, including streets, hotels, shops, churches, barracks. The view centres on Commercial Bay, and includes Queen Street, Shortland Crescent. The Victoria Hotel and the Government Stores are in the centre. The Royal Victoria Theatre is along Shortland Crescent. In the right foreground are Conry's (solicitor), Broadbent's store, Cormack (watchmaker) and Roberts (baker); and Nathan & Joseph's.
1 image, categorised under Panorama, related to John Sheddon Adam, Royal Victoria Theatre (Auckland), Victoria Hotel (Auckland), Commercial Bay, Shortland Crescent, Queen Street, Commercial buildings - New Zealand - Auckland Region, Streets - New Zealand - Auckland Region and Harbours - New Zealand - Auckland Region.
Sherrin, Richard Arundell Augur, 1832-1893 :Early history of New Zealand, from earliest times to 1840 / R A A Sherrin and J H Wallace. Auckland, Brett, 1890., Reference Number PUBL-0099 (5 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w photo-mechanical print(s) on page of book.Photolithograph. Horizontal imageSingle art work
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