- 1926 - 1927
- Hand drawn topographical map, by Henry Hill, of the lower area of the Kaingaroa tableland including Lake Taupo. Main roads with distances between settlements, old native tracks and rivers are named. Areas relating to artesian water prospects are marked as is a sulphur deposit near Taupo. Routes taken by the travellers - 1841 Diffenbach [i.e. Dieffenbach], 1841-2 Colenso and 1859-50 Governor Grey (Sir George) are marked. Stations, homesteads and an hotel are named. Includes a references key. Notes include historical, legendary and geological information. See records for other material collected by Henry Hill. Names include: Cox, Hitere, Hillier, Ihaia te Waru, Yarle. A note in the bottom right corner states: This map of the Taupo-Kaingaroa tableland illustrates Mr H. Hill's research inquiries as to prospects of artesian water on Kaingaroa in 1917, 1925, 1926 and 1927 respectively. To accompany research paper on Kaingaroa. A. Legendary. B. Historical. C. Geological. Stamps on the reverse state 'University of New Zealand, matriculation examination, 192. Drawing. Candidate No.'. See also MS-Papers-0146 Quantity: 1 manuscript map(s). Physical Description: Ink and watercolour on card, linen backed, coloured, 33.3 x 40.3 cm.
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- Alternative form available: ?2781 1/2 & ?5168 1/2. Aperture card available
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- 1 manuscript map(s), Manuscript maps, Topographic maps, Ink and watercolour on card, linen backed, coloured, 33.3 x 40.3 cm.
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