Halse, Frederick James, 1863-1936: Index wreck chart of New Zealand [ms map]. Showing total loss of vessels, compiled from official and other sources, Compiled & drawn by F. J. Halse, Wadestown, 
- Halse, Frederick James, 1863-1936
- Map of North Island, South Island, Stewart Island of New Zealand with numerous named small islands. Rivers, settlements, cities and towns are named, as are coastal features such as bays, capes, points, heads, rocks, sounds, inlets. Principal lighthouses are marked. Lit lighthouses are also recorded. Points of shipwrecks are marked with the name and type of ship, the date of shipwreck and lives lost. Insets include lists of shipwrecks with references to places and points of shipwreck. Dates range from September 1795 - 2 March 1936. Date changed from [1935?] to  based on the fact that the map includes a ship wreck from March 1936 and Halse died in 1936. 21 October 2016. Quantity: 1 manuscript map(s). Physical Description: Ink on card, linen backed, 90.9 x 66.1 cm.
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- Alternative form available: Colour transparency available Another photocopy at MapColl-830gmfw/1935/Acc.1440
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- 1 manuscript map(s), Manuscript maps, Ink on card, linen backed, 90.9 x 66.1 cm.
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