Cridland, Henry John, 1821-1867 :Port Lyttleton, Cavendish Bay Victoria Harbour / J. H. Cridland, Sep 18
Reference Number: A-195-016
View from Governor's Bay looking back towards Lyttelton, with various features marked, including Mount Pleasant, H. M. S. Fly in the harbour, the Custom house, Major Hornby's Hotel, the Emigration Barracks, a public cook house, the store and the temporary office of the Union Bank, John Robert Godley's house and garden, the Land Office, the Police Office and the Town Hall, Market Place, Jail and Hospital, the [Canterbury] Association Store House, the Esplanade, settlers' huts, the church, parsonage and school house. Several people including an artist are seated on rocks to the left, by an arched rock. The others are a woman with a baby and another woman with two small children.
1 image, related to John Robert Godley, Henry John Cridland, Alexander Horsburgh Turnbull, Canterbury Association, Fly HMS (Ship), Union Bank of Australia. Lyttelton Branch, Lyttelton, Governors Bay, Pleasant, Mount, Sumner Road, Dwellings - New Zealand - Canterbury Region, Anglican church buildings - New Zealand - Canterbury Region, Stores, Retail - New Zealand - Canterbury Region, Rock formations - New Zealand - Canterbury Region, Artists, Children, Women and Infants.
Cridland, Henry John, 1821-1867 :Port Lyttleton, Cavendish Bay Victoria Harbour / J. H. Cridland, Sep 18, Reference Number A-195-016 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 2 drawing(s)Ink on blue laid paper 196 x 324 mm (irregularly cut). Horizontal imageSingle art work
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Other copies available: Colour laser copyIn Drawings & Prints under Artist/Title (DFP-005136)
Inscriptions: Inscribed - Recto - beneath image: title, signature [with initials reversed], date; Recto - top centre: [text describing the scene and its details]; Verso - [map of Christchurch]
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