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Morris, John Thomas, 1827-1890 :The first flourmill in South Canterbury, at Milford, erected by John Hayhurst in 1864. First accommodation house at The Point, 1884. [Copied in 1916]

Reference Number: A-163-023/024

Two drawings on one page: A flourmill and associated barn alongside a river. A small cottage, shed and farm equipment in a bare landscape with hills to the left.

Key terms:
1 image, related to Johannes Carl Andersen, John Thomas Morris and South Canterbury.

Part of:
Morris, John Thomas, 1827-1890 :The first flourmill in South Canterbury, at Milford, erected by John Hayhurst in 1864. First accommodation house at The Point, 1884. [Copied in 1916], Reference Number A-163-023/024 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 2 drawing(s)Pen and wash, 57 x 106 mm. Art works

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