O'Mealy, J.B. fl 1842 :Plan of Auckland as it stood in January 1842 [ms map]. J.B. O'Mealy, Asst. Surveyor.
Reference Number: MapColl-832.1291gbbd/1842/Acc.22934
Map depicting early settlement of Auckland's Commercial Bay, Official Bay, Point Britomart, detailing buildings on Victoria and Lower Queen Streets, Shortland Cres, and Emily Place. A reference key indicates building types, such as the position of military barracks,the Surveyor General and the Colonial Secretary's office, five hotels, an inn, a post office, jail, court house, bank and a church,Includes undated pencil annotations of streets after reclaiming of land in Commercial Bay, such as Custom House St and Commerce St, as well as the streets Albert and Hobson.
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O'Mealy, J.B. fl 1842 :Plan of Auckland as it stood in January 1842 [ms map]. J.B. O'Mealy, Asst. Surveyor., Reference Number MapColl-832.1291gbbd/1842/Acc.22934 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 manuscript map(s)Ink, watercolour and pencil on card, linen backed, scale [ca. 1:3 168], 56 x 67 cm.. Map
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