- 1830 - 1858 - 1843 - 1860
- Williams, Henry, 1792-1867; Hutton, Thomas Biddulph, 1824-1886; Lennard, Leslie Maurice Wyn, 1903-1988
- A lawn in front, with croquet hoops, inset garden and winding paths on both sides, leading to the house, with an outbuilding on the right and trees on both sides. A woman is moving along the path on the right and another on the path on the left. Henry Williams moved into this house in 1830. There is a drawing of the house by him in Auckland Institute and Museum, location PD 52 (2). The Library has a photograph of the drawing under Williams, Henry. House at Paihia ... 1830. Possibly the work of T B Hutton, Williams' son-in-law. He visited Paihia about 1858-1860. The style appears similar to his work. Other Titles - Archdeacon Henry Williams' house. Thomas Biddulph Hutton, 1859 1860 Inscriptions: Recto - Old mission house at Paihia. Archdeacon Henry Williams' house later mostly demolished by Rev. Burrows. Re Mrs Colenso making mortar from observing Bp Williams making it for building stone building close to this house (lathe & plaster) which was the 1st stone house built in N.Z. - Burnt down & ruins now stand. (1914). [Inscription in pencil by an unknown owner of the watercolour, many years after its creation] Quantity: 1 watercolour(s). Physical Description: Watercolour & pencil, 124 x 182 mm Provenance: Owned by a Mr Lennard of Auckland in the 1960s, possibly Mr Maurice Lennard of Pukekohe, a donor to the Library in 1981.
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- 1 watercolour(s), Works of art, Watercolours, Watercolour & pencil, 124 x 182 mm, Orientation: Horizontal image
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