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Hawkins, William Webster, 1842-1918 :I go to view the country in the Wairarapa and accompany Mr Valentine Smith who is visiting some lately surveyed land down the valley - the surveyor going with us to point out the pegs. [1867]

Reference Number: E-370-009-1

Three men on horseback viewing a valley at John Valentine Smith's property, Lansdowne Station, Ruamahanga River (near Masterton). The area is also described in the next image in the sketchbook (E-370-009-2). There are hills to the left, swamp in the middle and bush to the right.

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Ink drawings, related to William Webster Hawkins, John Valentine Smith, Lansdowne Station (Wairarapa), Ruamahanga River, Masterton, Horses - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Pastoral runs - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Farmers, Clearing of land - New Zealand - Wellington Region and Surveyors.

Part of:
Hawkins, William Webster b. 1842 :Illustrations of New Zealand 1865?-1867, Reference Number E-370 (9 digitised items)

Extent: 1 drawing(s)Ink, 70 x 205 mm. Art works

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