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Huddleston, Francis Fortescue Croft, 1844?-1922 :[Mount Cook area with Rotten Tommy and the Tasman River] 2 July [18]91.

Reference Number: A-219-003

Looking east towards Mount Blackburn (also known as Rotten Tommy, the main peak on the left), with another peak on the right, the Tasman River bisecting the view, and a cottage in the left foreground on flat land among scrub.

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1 image, categorised under Watercolours, related to Francis Fortescue Croft Huddleston, Birch Hill Run, Glentanner Station, Blackburn, Mount, Aoraki, Mount Cook National Park, Mountains - New Zealand - Canterbury Region and Tramping huts - New Zealand - Canterbury Region.

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Huddleston, Francis Fortescue Croft, 1844?-1922 :[Mount Cook area with Rotten Tommy and the Tasman River] 2 July [18]91., Reference Number A-219-003 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 watercolour(s)Watercolour, 254 x 355 mm. Horizontal imageSingle art work

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