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Thorndon scenes and personalities, [1858-1860]

Reference Number: PA1-f-019-18

Photographs of Thorndon scenes and personalities, taken ca 1858-1860 by James Coutts Crawford, comprising:Robert Park, chief surveyor to the Wellington Provincial Council, and his daughter.Joseph Dresser Tetley, Miss Dodsworth and Jessie Cruickshank CrawfordView looking south along Hobson Street, Thorndon, towards the intersection with Davis Street, taken ca 1859. Standing in the street are Robert Park and Mrs Jessie Crawford. In the background may be seen a schooner in the Harbour, and Mount Victoria.James Coutts Crawford, in the uniform of the Lanark Militia, taken ca 1853-1857.Jessie Crawford with her new-born son, Henry Duncan Crawford (1859-1908), in his bassinet, taken ca 1859

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1 image, related to Thorndon.

Part of:
J C Crawford album 3, Reference Number PA1-f-019 (31 digitised items)
Crawford family :Photographs of James Coutts Crawford and family, Reference Number PA-Group-00149 (31 digitised items)

Extent: 1 album page with 5 photographsPhotographs

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