Collinson, Thomas Bernard 1822-1902 :New Plymouth from Marsland Hill. 1847
A detailed view of the houses and streets in the town from a high viewpoint, (the hill behind St Mary's Church) looking out to the west towards the sea. St Mary's Church and the churchyard are in the left foreground. The names of several house-owners are given, along with details of other features, including the houses of [William] Lakeman, Dorset, [Richard] Brown, "G. Inn" [Government Inn?] New Zealand Company houses [i.e. the immigration barracks], the gaol, Kawau Pa on the right, near the sea, a store (or stone?) house, the mill [Huatoki] stream, grass, streets, the bridge and gardens. The position of the South Huatoki Reef is also given, just out to sea, in line with the corner of the pa on the right. Brougham Street runs down the centre of the view, diagonally from the right bottom corner, with Vivian Street branching off to the right.
Quantity: 1 drawing(s).
Physical Description: Pencil 163 x 243 mm
Transfers: From Manuscripts & Archives - March 1993, from [MS 50].
Access restrictions: Partly restricted - Please use surrogate in place of original
Format: 1 drawing(s), Works of art, Pencil works, Pencil 163 x 243 mmSee original record
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