- [Between 1858 and 1870]
- Crawford, James Coutts, 1817-1889; Moresby, Matthew Fortescue, 1828-1918; Stock, Arthur Henry (Rev), 1823-1901
- Album compiled in the late 1850s and early 1860s by James Coutts Crawford (1817-1889). The photographs fall into distinct groups, interspersed through the album, as follows: Portraits of the Dundas and Moreton families, and scenes in Anverara, Dalmally, Overton and other localities in Scotland, as well as views of Barton Court, Tortworth Court (Gloucestershire) and Kintbury (Berkshire) in England. These photographs were probably taken during Crawford's residence in England during the 1850s. Photographs of the Crawford, Clifford, Weld and Levin families in Wellington, and views around Molesworth, Mulgrave and Hobson Streets, taken in the late 1850s and early 1860s. The photographer is unknown, but possibly Crawford himself. Views of Wellington from the Terrace, taken in 1858 by the Reverend Arthur Stock (1823-1901). Views of Ngauranga Gorge taken on 22 March 1859 by Matthew Fortescue Moresby, paymaster of HMS Iris. Quantity: 1 album(s) Album(s). Physical Description: Album with red cover, dark green leather spine, 42 x 31 cm
- Additional description
- Alternative form available: Copy negatives available at 1/2-C-015482 to 1/2-C-015490; 1/2-C-016636; 1/2-C-018944; 1/2-C-020384 to 1/2-C-020522
- Access restrictions
- Partly restricted - Please use surrogate in place of original
- 1 album(s) Album(s), Photographs, Salted paper prints, Albumen prints, Portraits, Group portraits, Album with red cover, dark green leather spine, 42 x 31 cm
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