- Cussen, Laurence Carroll, 1844-1903; Grace, Dorothy Merle (Lady), 1922-2000; Grace, John Te Herekiekie (Sir), 1905-1985
Cadastral map depicting family the Grace family properties in the vicinity of Lake Taupo including Waihaha, Okahukura, Pukawa, Tauhara, Taharua North and South blocks; Walker's Run; Whakapapa River; Pahikohuru, Te Whakao, Te Patehe, Shepherds' huts and Hinemaiaia River. Shows John Grace's sheep runs coloured in pink, and totalling 237,000 acres.
Also depicts Waihi Maori settlement, Tokanui Maori settlement, an unnamed 'Native settlement', a government land pur[chase], and Sir John George's present cottage.
Surveyor's name not on map. Researcher, Rawhinia Konui, believes that Cussens is the surveyor. Family ancestors requested the survey to be done.
Quantity: 2 manuscript map(s) on one sheet.
Physical Description: Ink and watercolour on dressed linen, 45.5 x 58 cm.
Transfers: From Manuscripts & Archives - Grace, John Te Herekiekie (Sir), 1905-1985. MS-Group-0218.
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Alternative form available: Two colour transparencies
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- 2 manuscript map(s) on one sheet, Cadastral maps, Manuscript maps, Ink and watercolour on dressed linen, 45.5 x 58 cm.
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