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Queen Street (West Side) from Custom Street to lane opposite Fort Street.

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  • Description

    Sepia toned image depicting row of two and three storey buildings of stone and weatherboard construction facing onto a gravel road. A wooden cart wheel can be seen in the centre of the image. To the left of the image stands a tall brick building of five storeys and a pitched roof with an attic. A number of buildings along the street have awnings extending onto the footpath.

    At the right of the image is a large building on the corner between two streets with a sign reading 'WAITEMATA HOTEL'

    JOHN COPLAND. Two male figures stand in the doorway. The corner of the building, above an ornate streetlamp, is labelled 'Queen St. Custom House St'. To the left of this building is another building with the signs 'W.MESSENGER JUN



    SHIPPING BUTCHER'. To the left of this builiding is another building with the sign 'SAILMAKER

    FLAGS OF ALL NATIONS.' To the left of this building is another building with the sign 'COMRIE AND BURT'

    J.D. COMRIE'

  • Place
  • Other Id

    236220 (Presto content ID)

    PH-ALB-299-p9-2 (Reference Number)

    16 (Photographer's number)

    PH-CNEG-C92 (Copy negative number)

    PH-CNEG-B10592 (Copy negative number)

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