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"Irunga" Private Hotel, Nihotupu, showing Manukau Harbour.

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  • Description

    Viewed from distance.

  • Other Id

    41443 (Presto content ID)

    PH-NEG-B130 (Reference Number)

    DU436.1176 N69 (Library of Congress Call Number)

    P2635 (Legacy number)

  • Department

Images and documents



  • Object Type
  • Name/Title
    "Irunga" Private Hotel, Nihotupu, showing Manukau Harbour.
  • Primary Maker

     William Beattie (Photographer)

  • Date
    Circa 1920
  • Physical Description

    4 3/4x6 1/2; 14x18cm. Half plate

  • Level of Current Record
  • Is Part Of
  • Media/Materials
  • Technique
  • Subject Category
  • Provenance Details
    Purchased from W. Beattie, Jr 1963.
  • Public Access Text

    Print : 52 in print file envelope DU436.1176 N69

    WB engraved on top right of emulsion side of plate (from A783 on) : assume William Beattie, senior.

    William Beattie was born in Aberdeen, Scotland, 1864, and died in Auckland, aged 67, on 15 March 1931. Further information Reference file 213.

    Information according to title deed : Mary Mulvaney bought land 1908, died 1912; bought by Jesse Gascoine 1925 who sold it in 1927 to William Kemp Fowler. In 1933 the property was sold by Fowler to Rose Burnett Hellaby. The Hellaby house is not the original house that was built on the property - possibility of a fire. (Info from Mrs McKenzie).

  • Copyright
    No known copyright restrictions
  • Last Update
    11 May 2023

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