Little Queen Street opposite Shortland Street.
PH-ALB-299-p11-1 (Reference Number)
Sepia toned image depicting two rows of multi level weatherboard and brick buildings facing onto a gravel street. A smaller, steeper street runs between the two rows of buildings, with another row of weatherboard buildings facing onto it. To the left of the image, in front of a building with the sign 'ROYAL OAK
SPIRITS', stands a small group of male figures wearing suits and hats. To their right is a female figure in a large white skirt. To the left of the figures is another building, with the sign '...DRY, CHEMIST & DRUGGIST.' To the right side of the image is a building with the sign 'VICTORIA HOTEL' above it. A sign for 'WINES
SPIRITS' is visible in the window, as well as the name 'A. BARCHAA...' and the initials 'Q.CC'. To the right of this building is another building with the sign 'D. MERRETT
SURGEONS' at the door. A sign readimng 'TO LET' and 'INSURANCE' is visible in the window above. To the right of the image is a building with the sign 'AUCTION'.
92mmx174mm(image and support)
Queen Street, Auckland City, Auckland. (Place of occurrence)
Shortland Street, Auckland City, Auckland. (Place of occurrence)
Albumen silver print
Support: Fibre based paper
- LIMITED' notebook. Handwritten in black ink '18 19' Queen St W side
- pg 35 of associated red leather 'GUARDIAN
- ASSURANCE COMPANY
- Mill Lane to Swanson St'
- Side 1 of 'AUCKLAND SAVAGE CLUB' A4 sheet of paper found in back of album. Handwritten in black ink '20 Queen St W side from
- from Custom St up.'
- Digital copy available (Access Notes)
Little Queen Street opposite Shortland Street.,Unknown, photographer,1860s,PH-ALB-299-p11-1
- Handwritten in pencil to the right of the image 'B10590.'
- Handwritten in blue ink to the left of the image 'Little Queen Street
- Handwritten in pencil to the left of the image '19/'
- Handwritten in pencil to the left of the image 'Neg. no. C73'.
- Shortland Street'
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