[Walsh, Philip] 1843-1914 :Paihia. Oct 17 1889.
Reference Number: E-369-100
A single-storey house, probably with a shingled roof and with a verandah at the front, trees in the garden on both sides. Probably shows the parsonage built by Henry Williams in 1830 out of lath and plaster with a shingled roof and demolished in the 1910s. Cf Taylor, Richard, the Parsonage House, Paihia (photocopy in photo file) and illustration opp p. 208 in Williams Henry. `The early journals of Henry Williams'. Christchurch, Pegasus, 1961. (920 WIL). The incumbent at this date was Rev Ropena Paerata - Philip Walsh himself was curate of Waimate at this date (1889).
[Walsh, Philip] 1843-1914 :[Middle East and New Zealand sketchbook] 1883-1892., Reference Number E-369 (5 digitised items)
Extent: 1 drawing(s)Pencil on paper 110 x 180 mm, in album. Single art work
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