Victoria St North side between Albert and Chapel St
PH-ALB-299-p28-1 (Reference Number)
Sepia toned image depicting a row of multi storeyed weatherboard buildings facing onto a gravel street. To the left of the image stands a two -storey weatherboard building with the sign'WINES AURORA TAVERN SPIRITS' above the door. In the window is a sign advertising 'LONDON STOUT & ENGLISH ALE'. To the right of this building is a small wooden fence, followed by another two-storey weatherboard building with a sign reading 'WILLIAM EYRE' above the door, two figures can be seen walking on the footpath in front of this building. A row of small weatherboard buildings with awnings and wooden fences continues down the street. More buildings and a large hill is visible in the distance in the lower right corner of the image.
92mmx174mm(image and support)
Victoria Street, Auckland City, Auckland. (Place of occurrence)
Albert Street, Auckland City, Auckland. (Place of occurrence)
Albumen silver print
Support: Fibre based paper
- between Albert Chapel St'
- pg 30 of associated red leather 'GUARDIAN
- LIMITED' notebook. Handwritten in pencil '55 Victoria St N
- between Albert + Chapel St'
- Side 2 of 'AUCKLAND SAVAGE CLUB' A4 sheet of paper found in back of album. Handwritten in black ink '53. Victoria St North Side
- ASSURANCE COMPANY
- Digital copy available (Access Notes)
Victoria St North side between Albert and Chapel St,Unknown, photographer,1860s,PH-ALB-299-p28-1
- Vincent Street now part Federal St, part Vincent St (from 22/9/1932) Cook to Wellesley Sts, also shown as Chapel St around 1882
- Handwritten in pencil to the left of the image 'Victoria St-
- South Side between
- Albert + Chapel St'
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