Wyles & Buck :Part section no. 25, Hutt, Wellington, 1879 [ms map]. Mssrs Wyles & Buck, licensed surveyors.
Reference Number: MapColl-832.4793gbbd/1879/Acc.10346
A surveyed, cadastral map of part section number 25, Lower Hutt, bounded by the intersection of Waiwhetu Road and the old Main Road from Wellington to Wairarapa. The highlighted part section is over 15 perches and built on it is a bank and a small dwelling. It is bounded by property owned by R Cleland (including a store) and H Brandt. The Whitewood's Hotel is opposite.An unsigned handwritten note of length on the map states that the intention is to bring the section boundaries under the provision of the Land Transfer Act, 1870.
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Wyles & Buck :Part section no. 25, Hutt, Wellington, 1879 [ms map]. Mssrs Wyles & Buck, licensed surveyors., Reference Number MapColl-832.4793gbbd/1879/Acc.10346 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 manuscript map(s)Ink and watercolour on paper, scale [1: 384], 52 x 51 cm.. Map
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