Perham, J, fl 1860-1870s? :McIntosh Bay, Banks Peninsula, Canterbury. [1860-1870s].
Reference Number: B-163-014
Shows a view looking down at a bay with a farm house and adjoining paddocks, and another building in the corner of the bay's curve. The view includes a close study of the grass and plants on the foreground hillside.
Perham, J, fl 1860-1870s? :McIntosh Bay, Banks Peninsula, Canterbury. [1860-1870s]., Reference Number B-163-014 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 drawing(s)Pencil drawing, on sheet 390 x 545 mm.. Single art work
Historical Notes: The bay (between Pigeon Bay and Little Akaloa Bay on the north side of Banks Peninsula) was named Mackintosh Bay when owned by Mr Mackintosh, 1860-1880. In 1880, Mr John Henry Menzies bought the property at the head of the bay, and the name for the head of the bay changed, although the larger inlet remained Mackintosh Bay.
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