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Artist unknown :Canterbury characters [1949]

Reference Number: A-163-009

Shows some historic Canterbury characters: Wynn Williams, Dr McDonald, Dr Turnbull, Mr Lewis, Geo Oram of the Clarendon Hotel, Rowland Davis, John William Oram, Major Hornbrook, Mr W Guise Brittan, W B Percival, Joseph Brittan, Tom Goodyer and a `Fifties' [i.e. 1850s] milkman dressed in a smock and with a yoke over his shoulders.

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Portraits and Ink drawings, related to William Guise Brittan, Joseph Brittan, Major Alfred Hornbrook, Rowland Robert Teape Davis, Sir Westby Brook Perceval, Charles Lewis, Dr James Somerville Turnbull, Willaim Donald, Thomas Goodyer, George Oram, John William Oram, William Henry Wynn-Williams, Canterbury Region and Milk trade - New Zealand - Canterbury Region.

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Artist unknown :Canterbury characters [1949], Reference Number A-163-009 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 b&w art print(s)Ink on linen tracing cloth, 13 portraits on page, 10.1 x 8.1 in. Single art work

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