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The Crescent, Invercargill, ca 1910

Reference Number: 10x8-1242-G

The Crescent, Invercargill, circa 1910. Shows a row of buildings. Signs on the buildings advertise: National Bank; MacGoun, surgeon, dentist; Union Steam Ship Co Ltd; Government Advances to Settlers Office; Wright Stephenson and Co; Mrs Bond's Crescent Hotel; New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co; National Mortgage & Agency Company of New Zealand Ltd; National Fire & Marine Insurance Company of NZ; J G Ward & Co; Ward's Buildings; Phoenix Printing & Publishing Office; J G Ward Farmers Association of NZ Ltd. Photographer unidentified.

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The Crescent, Invercargill, Reference Number 10x8-1242-G (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 b&w original negative(s)Glass negative. Horizontal imageSingle negative

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