Main Divide of the Southern Alps from the Okarito Trig Station, Westland, [193-?]
Reference Number: PAColl-8550-23
View of the Main Divide of the Southern Alps from the Okarito Trig Station, Westland, with the Franz Josef Glacier in the centre. Shows dense native bush in the foreground. Photograph taken circa 1930s, possibly by Dr Ebenezer Teichelmann.
1 image, categorised under Landscapes, related to Dr Ebenezer Teichelmann, Southern Alps, Mountains - New Zealand - West Coast Region, Glaciers - New Zealand - West Coast Region and Forests and forestry - New Zealand - West Coast Region.
Prints from the Making New Zealand Centennial collection, Reference Number PAColl-3060-1 (71 digitised items)
Making New Zealand:Negatives and prints from the Making New Zealand Centennial collection, Reference Number PAColl-3060 (311 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w original photographic print(s)Silver gelatin print 10.5 x 16 cm. Horizontal imageSingle photograph
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Inscriptions: Inscribed - Verso - centre: Original caption: Above - The Main Divide of the Southern Alps from the Okarito Trig Station, Westland, with the Franz Josef Glacier in the centre. This photograph shows the dense bush country that had to be penetrated by Dr. Teichelmann on some of his expeditions.; Verso - bottom centre: Southern Alps, Tasman Glacier + Natalie Bush, South Island, N.Z. from Okarito; Verso - top centre: Photo C-32 (C31)? / Reduce: 4 5/8" x 3 5/8" / (4 3/4); Verso - bottom right: Dr E Teichelmann
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