[Gully, John] 1819-1888 :[Early Nelson. 186-?]
Reference Number: A-178-018
Shows a section of Nelson Harbour in foreground, with hillside behind the part of Wakefield Quay that runs between present-day Victoria Road and Richardson Street. The scene would have been sketched from Haulashore Island, part of which can be seen in the right foreground. In 1900 Harry Vincent Gully was to own a house in this area, possibly the gabled one in the centre, which is redrawn in the left foreground.
[Gully, John] 1819-1888 :[Early Nelson. 186-?], Reference Number A-178-018 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 drawing(s)Ink, pencil and wash, 191 x 333 mm.. Horizontal imageSingle art work
Historical Notes: Date based on comparison with photos of same area. H. V. Gully was a solicitor and town clerk in Nelson, not listed in Wise's 1866-69, is listed in 1880 as living in Trafalgar Street. In 1900 is listed in Wakefield Quay, which is the road around the section of Nelson Harbour shown in this sketch. His house in 1900 may be the double-gabled house on the hill, re-drawn in the foreground. This part of Wakefield Quay is between present day Victoria Road and Richardson Street. c.f. Tyree photo 1189 (191 10 x 8)
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Other copies available: File PrintIn Drawings & Prints under Artist/Title (DFP-000884)
Inscriptions: Inscribed - Recto - top right: Stones on beach purply grey [.?.] warm grey light; Verso - centre: H. V. Gully Gold Matt
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