- King, Martha, 1803?-1897
Shows Anthony & Susannah Wall's Accommodation House, known as the Halfway House, at Glenside, near Johnsonville.
See "The Onslow Historian" v. 6 no. 3. p. 3-6 & vol. 8 no.4, p.3 for further information about this house.
Other Titles - Porirua
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Physical Description: Pencil 233 x 294 mm
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- 1 drawing(s), Works of art, Pencil works, Pencil 233 x 294 mm
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