[Wicksteed, John Tylston 1806-1860] :[Thorndon showing Wakefield's house. January 1841]
Reference Number: A-166-011
Shows flat land in the foreground, Wakefield's house with flagstaff in the middle distance, and rising up the hill (modern Bowen Street area) a church spire amid trees, referred to in an accompanying letter as being the proposed site for St Paul's, although in fact this was not the site of the first St Paul's (Museum Street further down the hill), built 1844. The harbour can be seen to the left, along with the far end of Lambton Quay, a few houses and tents on Te Aro Flat and the track that became The Terrace winding up the hill
1 image, categorised under Ink drawings, related to Edward Gibbon Wakefield, John Tylston Wicksteed, Wellington Harbour, Thorndon, The Terrace, Lambton Quay, Tents - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Anglican church buildings - New Zealand - Wellington Region and Dwellings - New Zealand - Wellington Region.
[Wicksteed, John Tylston 1806-1860] :[Thorndon showing Wakefield's house. January 1841], Reference Number A-166-011 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 drawing(s)Ink 115 x 225 mm. Single art work
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