Stack, Frederick Rice :View of Auckland Harbour, New Zealand, taken during the regatta of January, 1862 (the race of the Maori war canoes). Drawn from nature by F R Stack. Day & Son, lithrs to the Queen. London, Day & Son, 1862.
Reference Number: C-060-014
View from the North Shore, looking back towards Auckland city, with four Maori canoes racing (one with a sail), several yachts and sailing ships H. M. S. Miranda and H. M. S. Fawn. The houses of Parnell and other parts of Auckland, and the spire of St Paul's can be seen in the background
1 image, related to Major Frederick Rice Stack, St Paul's Church (Auckland), Miranda (Ship), Fawn HMS (Ship), Day & Son, Waitemata Harbour, Auckland City, Anglican church buildings - New Zealand - Auckland Region, Regattas, Ships, Waka, Yachts and Dwellings - New Zealand - Auckland Region.
Stack, Frederick Rice :View of Auckland Harbour, New Zealand, taken during the regatta of January, 1862 (the race of the Maori war canoes). Drawn from nature by F R Stack. Day & Son, lithrs to the Queen. London, Day & Son, 1862., Reference Number C-060-014 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 colour art print(s)Tinted lithograph, hand-col., image, 203 x 405 mm on sheet 358 x 564 mm. Single art work
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