Monuments - New Zealand - Wellington Region

Monuments - Wairarapa
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Date: 1953 By: Wellington (N.Z.). City Council. Electricity Department Ref: Plans-2001-099 Description: One plan (EA 314/1) is a locality plan, and the other (EA 314/2) shows elevations from four sides. Inscriptions: Recto - bottom right - EA 314/1 [and] EA ...
Date: 1901, 1935 By: Petone Public Library Ref: PAColl-0249 Description: Both prints mounted on cardboard. Quantity: 2 b&w original photographic print(s). Transfers: These two prints were part of a donation which included seven ...
Burton Brothers, 1868-1898 (Firm, Dunedin) : Photograph including the William Wakefield memorial, Basin Reserve, Wellington
Date: [188-?] By: Burton Brothers (Dunedin, N.Z.) Ref: PAColl-8668 Description: Photograph including the William Wakefield memorial with drinking fountain, Basin Reserve, Wellington, taken circa 1880s by the Burton Brothers. Looks over t...
Date: 1921 By: W Parkinson & Company (Auckland, N.Z.) Ref: Plans-79-0519 Description: Shows a design for a commemorative granite obelisk for Masterton, with an accompanying letter giving specifications Aperture card shows Jowett, R O as an as...
Date: 1963 By: Braithwaite, Isobel, active 1963 Ref: C-053-020 Description: A large crowd in Parliament grounds, seen from a high viewpoint Believed to be a late entry for N Z A F A Exhibition Mounted on Whakatane board Quantity:...
Unveiling of the statue of Queen Victoria at the head of Queens Wharf, Post Office Square, Wellington
Date: 29 April 1905 Ref: 1/2-007908-G Description: Photograph taken from the top of a building looking down on a crowd in Post Office Square for the unveiling of the statue of Queen Victoria at the head of Qu...
Maori Peace Monument, Queen Elizabeth Park, Masterton
Date: 24 October 1960 From: Original photographic prints and postcards from file print collection, Box 1 Ref: PAColl-5471-039 Description: Photograph of the Maori Peace Monument at Queen Elizabeth Park, Masterton. Photograph taken on the 24th of October, 1960. The Monument was erected by the Ch...
Date: 1948 By: Hyde, William Julius, 1889-1962 Ref: A-122-019 Description: Photograph of design drawing in the shape of a beacon, possibly intended as bomb or bullet-shaped. The top conical portion was to be of stainless steel and w...
Date: 1930 - 1939 By: Matthews, Marmaduke, 1885?-1949 Ref: A-197-034 Description: Subject: Carillon from Buckle St., National Museum and Art Gallery behind Edition: 20/50 Inscriptions: Recto - bottom right - Signed in pencil Quantity: 1...
Memorial stone to Dr Leonard Cockayne, Otari Gardens, Wadestown
Date: Jul 1951 From: Evening post (Newspaper. 1865-2002) :Photographic negatives and prints of the Evening Post newspaper Ref: PAColl-6301-85 Description: Unidentified boy next to a memorial stone to Dr Leonard Cockayne, Otari Gardens, Wadestown Original caption from Evening Post newspaper, 25 July 1951, reads:...
Date: 17 April 1932 From: Evening post (Newspaper. 1865-2002) :Photographic negatives and prints of the Evening Post newspaper Ref: 1/2-086172-G Description: Photograph related to a dedication ceremony at the cenotaph, corner of Bowen Street and Lambton Quay, Wellington, taken on 17 April 1932, for the Evening Pos...
From: Fearnley, Charles James, 1915-1988 :Photographs of New Zealand buildings Ref: 1/4-075447-F
ANZAC Day Commemorations, Wellington, 1939
Date: 25 Apr 1939 From: Evening post (Newspaper. 1865-2002) :Photographic negatives and prints of the Evening Post newspaper Ref: 1/4-048864-G Description: View looking towards parliament buildings showing crowds and officials around the war memorial in the grounds of Parliament House on ANZAC Day, 1939 (old Gov...
Date: From 1911 to 1949 From: Adkin, George Leslie, 1888-1964 :Photographs of New Zealand geology, geography, and the Maori history of Horowhenua Ref: PA1-o-007 Description: Black & white photographs of the Wellington area, Vol 1 (images 1-240), taken by G L Adkin between 1911 and 1949. Earlier images include the house Fern Hill ...
Date: 1845-1990 From: Alexander Turnbull Library : Maori Manuscripts Librarian working notes Ref: MS-Papers-6373-21 Description: Contains copies of papers from the Grey collection manuscripts, mostly from Te Rangikaheke's material. Also contains copy of published work by Samuel Locke...
Date: Mar 1940 From: Evening post (Newspaper. 1865-2002) :Photographic negatives and prints of the Evening Post newspaper Ref: PAColl-7796-27 Description: Group standing at the lookout on Mt Victoria, Wellington, with Wellington Harbour in the background. Shows the bronze geographical distance guide and map of ...
Date: [1895-1900?] From: Denton, Frank J, 1869-1963 :Collection of negatives, prints and albums Ref: PA1-o-131 Description: Album of photographs, mainly of the Wellington Region, Marlborough and Horowhenua Regions, interspersed with copies of photographs by unidentified photograph...
Date: 1932 From: Wills, Mary Ann, 1859?-1942: [Collection of watercolours, oil paintings, and albums by Mary Wills, primarily of landscapes. 1885-1936] Ref: A-462-147 Description: Shows the Te Rauparaha Monument and the monument to the advent of Christianity in Otaki. Trees, hills and two buildings are visible in the background. The in...
The Jubilee Pole, and the Te Rauparaha Monument, at Otaki
Date: ca 1900s From: Godber, Albert Percy, 1875-1949 :Collection of albums, prints and negatives Ref: APG-1453-1/4-G Description: The Jubilee Pole in foreground, which was erected in 1880 to commemorate 40 years of the Christian mission on the Kapiti Coast; and the Te Rauparaha Monument...
Monument to the advent of Christianity which replaced the Jubilee Pole in 1927, and the Te Rauparaha Monument, at Otaki
Date: 1931 From: Godber, Albert Percy, 1875-1949 :Collection of albums, prints and negatives Ref: APG-1795-1/2-G Description: A monument to the advent of Christianity in Otaki in 1840, which was erected in 1927 to replace the Jubilee Pole; and the Te Rauparaha Monument behind, erect...