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Thorndon Quay, Wellington, 1866

Reference Number: 10x8-2086-G

Thorndon Quay, Thorndon, Wellington, in 1866, with the harbour in the foreground, photographed in 1866 from a pier by William Henry Whitmore Davis. From left to right are: the Royal Hotel; Brown & Ross, livery stables; Davies & Sims, blacksmith & farriers (behind); F Magnuson, tailor; Clements & Dawson, grocer & general store and a painting and paperhanging shop.

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Cityscapes, related to Brown & Ross (Firm), Davies & Sims (firm), F Magnuson (Firm), Clements & Dawson (Firm), Royal Hotel (Wellington), Thorndon Quay, Blacksmiths, Streets - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Commercial buildings - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Stables - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Hotels - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Business enterprises - New Zealand - Wellington Region and Grocers.

Part of:
Davis, William Henry Whitmore, 1812-1901 :Photographs of Wellington and district, Reference Number PA-Group-00190 (31 digitised items)

Extent: 1 b&w original negative(s)Wet collodion glass negative 8 x 10 inches. Horizontal imageSingle photograph

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