View of the Kaiti Freezing Works and Kaiti Hill, Gisborne, [ca 1910]
Reference Number: 1/2-001109-G
View looking across the Turanganui River to the Kaiti Freezing Works and wharves. Kaiti Hill is behind. Several vessels are tied up at the wharf. Photograph taken by William Archer Price, circa 1910
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Price, William Archer, d 1948 :Collection of post card negatives, Reference Number PAColl-3057 (1884 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w original negative(s)Dry plate glass negative 4.75 x 6.5 inches. Horizontal imageSingle negative
Historical Notes: The freezing works were opened in 1906
Conditions governing access to original: Partial restriction - Negatives are not available for viewing. Surrogate copies will be provided.
Citation: Any publication must be accompanied by the credit "Price Collection, Alexander Turnbull Library".
Other copies available: File print available in Turnbull Library Pictures17. Gisborne. Freezing Works.(PFP-029857)
Inscriptions: Inscribed - Photographer's title on negative - bottom left: Freezing Works. Gisborne. 221.
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