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Cornwall Park, Auckland, New Zealand : comprising an area of 300 acres : the gift of Dr John Logan Campbell to the people of New Zealand ....

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  • Description
    Manuscript plan of Cornwall Park comprised of 6 sheets of paper joined together, mounted on calico; mounted onto wooden battens (top 310 cm.; lower 334 cm.)
  • Place
  • Other Number
    G9081.G46O2
  • Collection area
  • Record richness
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  • Catalogue title
    • Cornwall Park, Auckland, New Zealand : comprising an area of 300 acres : the gift of Dr John Logan Campbell to the people of New Zealand .... / designed by Austin Strong, landscape architect... ; surveyed by James Stewart
  • Type
  • Identifiers
    G9081.G46O2  (Call Number)
  • Available in
    Basement 2  (Location)
  • Description
    Manuscript plan of Cornwall Park comprised of 6 sheets of paper joined together, mounted on calico; mounted onto wooden battens (top 310 cm.; lower 334 cm.)
  • Physical description
    1 ms plan : hand col, crest ; 260 x 303 cm. (longest batten 334 cm.)
  • Production
    Stewart, James. (Author)
    Strong, Austin, 1881-1952 (Creator)
    A. Strong (Publisher)
    Auckland, N.Z.  (Place of occurrence)
    1902
  • Subject
  • Availability
    • The Sir John Logan Campbell Residual Estate.  (Copyright)
  • Citation
    Cornwall Park, Auckland, New Zealand : comprising an area of 300 acres : the gift of Dr John Logan Campbell to the people of New Zealand ....
  • Notes
    • Watermarked “James Whatman Turkey Mills Kent 1900”
    • Drawn on paper by Charles Le Neve Arnold.
    • Antiquarian wove paper produced by James Whatman; the Antiquarian size (31” x 52”) was the largest hand-made paper available.
    • "This design was completed and handed to the Donor and Trustees of Cornwall Park by the Landscape Architect on the First of February and approved by them. Donor: J. Logan Campbell. Trustee: Arthur M. Meyers, A.W. Duthie, Robert Hall, Alfred S. Baccleuch, 1902".
    • "Presented through His Royal Highness The Duke of Cornwall and York on the day of his arrival in New Zealand at Auckland on the 11th June 1901".

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