Gravesend

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Date: 1886 From: Artist unknown :Illustrations from the Austral Chronicle. 1886. Ref: A-015-036 Description: Drawing of a steamship, possibly the Austral, steaming into the docks at Gravesend. Inscriptions: Verso - centre - No 26 Quantity: 1 drawing(s). Physical ...
Date: 3 February 1877 From: De Maus, David Alexander, 1847-1925 :Shipping negatives By: De Maus, David Alexander, 1847-1925 Ref: 1/2-015494-G Description: The 'Piako' photographed off Gravesend on 3rd February 1877, by an unidentified photographer. Copy negative made by David Alexander De Maus, with his own tit...
Date: 1886 Ref: A-015-029/056 Description: Drawings and proofs prepared for the Austral Chronicle, the bi-weekly journal published on board the S.S.Austral, from Sydney to London, March and April 1886...
By: Prior, Thomas Abiel, 1809-1886; Mowat, Alexander Gard, 1888-1975 Ref: A-010-032 Description: Shows numerous boats including a paddle steamer named Ruby on the water with buildings on the shore and a low hill in the background Quantity: 1 b&w art pri...
Date: 23 Jul 1884- [ca 1931] By: Williamson, Frances, 1938-; Burton Brothers (Dunedin, N.Z.) Ref: PAColl-9992 Description: Two photographs: One titled Pango-Pango [Pago Pago], Samoa. The fair "Sauimatini" taken in 23 July 1884 by the Burton Brothers. One of the RMS 'Corinthic' (...
Date: 1869 (2012) By: Whitlock, George Thomas, active 1856-1869; Le Couteur, Tim, active 2012 Ref: MS-Group-2075 Description: Whitlock's journal of his voyage to New Zealand and life in Auckland after arrival. Details food, weather, recreation and general conditions on board, mentio...
Date: 1853-1867 From: Marsack, Croft Augustus, 1824-1892: Memoirs and sketchbooks Ref: MSX-9652 Description: The second volume in a series of four volumes and index. Comprises chapters I to XVIII. Title transcribed from item. Quantity: 1 volume(s). Physical Descr...
Date: 1850-1851 From: Pheney family: Shipboard diaries and portraits By: Pheney, Richard, 1803-1881 Ref: MS-Papers-12139-1 Description: Loose leaf shipboard diary by Richard Pheney written during a voyage from Gravesend to New Plymouth on the 'Eden' in 1850, and subsequent voyages between New...
Date: 1 November 1878-19 January 1879 From: Pheney family: Shipboard diaries and portraits By: Pheney, Frances Pople, 1856-1939 Ref: MS-Papers-12139-2 Description: Loose leaf shipboard diary by Frances Pople Pheney written on board the 'Dallam Tower' during a voyage to Otago in 1878-1879. The manuscript is headed "Diary...
The Terrible Tramp or How I Did Six Months with the additional chance of being drowned
Date: 31 January 1897-3 August 1897 From: Lingard-Monk, James Boughey Monk, 1853-1905: Travel diaries Ref: MSX-8888 Description: Lingard-Monk's engaging account of his round the world voyage aboard the British steamship `S.S. Buteshire'. Written in a jocular manner the narrative detail...
The ship Countess of Kintore at Gravesend, England - Photographer unidentified
Date: [ca 1870s-1880s] From: Layton, Frederick G, d 1923 : Shipping photographs Ref: 1/2-028729-F Description: Quantity: 1 b&w copy negative(s). Physical Description: Film negative
Ship La Hogue, Gravesend, England
Date: [between 1885-1897] From: Dickie, John, 1869-1942 :Collection of postcards, prints and negatives Ref: 1/2-014874-G Description: The ship `La Hogue' at Gravesend, England, taken by an unidentified photographer between 1855-1897. Quantity: 1 b&w original negative(s).
The Waitara anchored at Gravesend
Date: 1874-1882 From: Dickie, John, 1869-1942 :Collection of postcards, prints and negatives Ref: 1/2-016643-F Description: The Waitara anchored at Gravesend. Taken by an unknown photographer between 1874-1882. Inscriptions: Photographer's title on negative - beneath image - The...
McLintock, Alexander Hare, 1903-1968 :Plan - lower deck - ship Bolton - 540 tons; sailed from Gravesend - October 1841. [1939?]
Date: 1841 - 1939 By: McLintock, Alexander Hare, 1903-1968 Ref: A-191-002 Description: Shows a plan of the lower deck of a passenger ship, with quarters for married couples, 20 single women, a female hospital, 20 single men, and a male hospital...
Illustrated London news :The Canterbury colonists. Scene at Gravesend, on Monday. September 1850.
Date: 1850 By: Illustrated London news (Newspaper) Ref: PUBL-0033-1850-199 Description: On the dock at Gravesend, Kent, England, with the Charlotte Jane, Sir George Seymour, Randolph and Cressy visible in the background. Several large tents clo...