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Lambton Quay and reclamation, Wellington, Between 1871 and 1874

Reference Number: PAColl-7949-07

View looking northwest from from Wellington reclamation, showing buildings in Lambton Quay (foreground), Government House and Parliament Buildings (centre), with St Mary's Cathedral behind them. In the background is Tinakori Hill. Photograph taken in the early 1870s by James Francis Meadows (1851-1900).Right side of three-part panorama.

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Cityscapes and Albumen photoprints, related to St Mary's Cathedral (Thorndon, Wellington), Parliament Buildings (Wellington), Government House (Wellington), Tinakori Hill, Lambton Quay, Catholic church buildings - New Zealand - Wellington Region and Reclamation of land - New Zealand - Wellington Region.

Part of:
Meadows, James Francis, 1851-1900 :Photographs of Wellington, Reference Number PAColl-7949 (16 digitised items)

Extent: 1 b&w original photographic print(s)Albumen print 8.3 x 12.9 cm on mount 12 x 13 cm. Single photograph

Historical Notes: James Francis Meadows maintained a photographic studio in Cuba street, Wellington, ca 1871-1874.

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