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Dillberg, Gustaf, 1858-1934 :Cemetery Gully [Auckland] Feb.y 26 1885

Reference Number: E-085-027

View of Grafton Gully with tall trees growing to the level of an iron footbridge. Two women are crossing the bridge, both with parasols. In the background a spire can be seen, as well as part of the Harbour and North Head. There is a separate small drawing of the spire in pencil in the top left corner with (mostly illegible) comment about the dimensions and structure of the bridge, including its price (1300 pounds)

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Watercolours, related to North Head, Grafton Gully, Grafton Bridge, Cemeteries - New Zealand - Auckland Region, Spires, Bridges - New Zealand - Auckland Region, Native forest - New Zealand - Auckland Region and Umbrellas and parasols.

Part of:
Dillberg, Gustaf, 1858-1934 :[New Zealand sketchbook. 1879-1887], Reference Number E-085 (6 digitised items)

Extent: 1 watercolour(s)Pencil & watercolour, 178 x 254 mm (page size).. Art works

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Other copies available: File PrintIn Drawings & Prints under Artist/Title (DFP-011052)

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