- [Circa 1900s]
- New Zealand. Tourist and Publicity Department
Photographs of Christchurch and environs, taken by the New Zealand Tourist and Publicity Department circa 1900s.
Views outside Christchurch City include the stone monument to Kai Tahu on the site of the Kaiapohi Pa, commemorating those who died in attacks by Te Rauparaha and his northern followers Lyttelton wharf and harbour.
Christchurch views include the Avon River; central city street scenes; Cathedral Square with the Cathedral and Warner's Hotel, and people using various forms of transport (horse-drawn vehicles and bicycles); the Cathedral and Canterbury Museum (both interior and exterior views). Views inside the museum show various exhibits.
Other Titles - New Zealand Tourist Department. No. 17
Quantity: 1 album(s) Album(s).
Physical Description: Album with dark blue cover, black corners and spine, entitled "New Zealand Tourist Department, No. 17"; 26.5 x 35.6 cm
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- 1 album(s) Album(s), Photographs, Album with dark blue cover, black corners and spine, entitled "New Zealand Tourist Department, No. 17"; 26.5 x 35.6 cm
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