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Queen Street on a wet night.

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  • Description
    Shows Webster Building, Fruiterer & Florist; Railway Chambers; Ah Chee; J.W. Coleman, Hairdresser & Tobacconist; Colledge & Sons, Printers.
  • Identifier
    PH-NEG-A143
  • Collection area
  • Record richness
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Catalogue

  • Catalogue title
    Queen Street on a wet night.
  • Identifiers
    PH-NEG-A143  (Reference Number)
  • Creator
  • Period
  • Unit
    Print : 9
  • Description
    Shows Webster Building, Fruiterer & Florist; Railway Chambers; Ah Chee; J.W. Coleman, Hairdresser & Tobacconist; Colledge & Sons, Printers.
  • Collection
  • Part of
  • Physical description
    8 3/8x6 3/8; 21.5x16.5cm. Whole plate
  • Production
    Breckon, Arthur Ninnis, 1887-1965, photographer (Creator)
    Silver gelatin dry plate
    Support: Glass
  • Format
  • Subject
  • Availability
    • No known copyright restrictions  (Copyright)
    • Digital copy available  (Access Notes)
  • Citation
    Breckon, Arthur Ninnis. (ca. 1910) Queen Street on a wet night. Auckland War Memorial Museum neg. A143.
  • Notes
    Arthur Breckon "... worked as a photographer with Wilson and Horton for 25 years rising to the status of Chief Photographer before his retirement in 1945. He was responsible for supplying images for the New Zealand Herald and the Auckland Weekly News." 150 treasures / Auckland War Memorial Museum. David Bateman, 2001, p.140.

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