Postcard. Government Buildings Wellington; the largest wooden building in the world. New Zealand post card (carte postale). F T Series no 2614. Printed in Britain. [1904-1914].

Postcard. Government Buildings Wellington; the largest wooden building in the world. New Zealand post card (carte postale). F T Series no 2614. Printed in Britain. [1904-1914].
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Date
1904 - 1914
Ref
Eph-POSTCARDS-Wellington-04
Description

Shows a view of the wooden Government Buildings, with a Wellington Corporation Tramways tram in the left foreground, and figures walking by at the right.

Quantity: 1 colour art print(s) on postcard.

Physical Description: Collotype on postcard 89 x 138 mm.

Additional description

Alternative form available: Scanned from original. File print in Ephemera Room

Access restrictions
Partly restricted - Please use surrogate in place of original
Format
1 colour art print(s) on postcard, Ephemera, Collotypes, Postcards, Collotype on postcard 89 x 138 mm., Orientation: Horizontal image
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