Creator unknown : Photograph of the Bank of New South Wales, Lambton Quay, Wellington, 1902
Reference Number: 1/2-003833-G
Photograph of the Bank of New South Wales on Lambton Quay taken in 1902. Signs on the right portion of the building advertise the business of A J McTavish and Co, land agent, and the Metropolita[n?] School of Shorthand. Whitcombe & Tombs is on the right. Houses on the Terrace are in the background. Photographer unidentified.
1 image, categorised under Building portraits and Glass photonegatives, related to New Zealand. Supreme Court (1841-1980), Bank of New South Wales, A J McTavish and Company, Whitcombe & Tombs Ltd, Lambton Quay, Architecture - New Zealand - Wellington Region and Bank buildings - New Zealand - Wellington Region.
Creator unknown : Photograph of the Bank of New South Wales, Lambton Quay, Wellington, Reference Number 1/2-003833-G (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w original negative(s)Glass negative. Horizontal imageSingle photograph
Historical Notes: This building was built in 1863 as the Wellington Supreme Court. It was sold to the Bank of New South Wales in 1882. (Information from Evening Post 13 June 1936, page 17). It was demolished in 1904 (Information from "Colonial Capital" by T Hodgson).
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Other copies available: File print available in Turnbull Library Pictures41. Wellington. Banks. New South Wales. 1902(PFP-017898)
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