North Island

[Circa 1890s-1930s]
Collins, Tudor Washington, 1898-1970; Winkelmann, Henry, 1860-1931; Parkerson, C P, active 1911-1912; Beattie, William, 1864-1931
Scenic photographs of the North Island taken between circa 1890s and 1940s by various unidentified and identified photographers. Identified photographers are Tudor Collins, W A Kennedy, H Winklemann, C Parkerson and W Beattie. Views include Litte Barrier Island, including a view of a rock named as "Queen Victoria"; views of Mount Ngauruhoe in eruption, one of Mount Ruapehu covered in snow; various unidentified geysers in the Wairakei and Rotorua areas; Arikikapakapa (listed as Arikikahakaha); hot bath on the White Terraces; various named geysers including Prince of Wales Feathers, Great Wairakei Geyser, Waimangu Geyser (computed height 800 ft in 1908), and Tuatahi (or Tuhuatahi) Champagne Cauldron. One or two images show towns that have not been identified, including one that has the premises of "S A Dumbleton, General Storekeeper"; identified towns and cities are listed above. Quantity: 42 b&w original photographic print(s). Physical Description: Silver gelatin prints Finding Aids: Typescript inventory of this box held in Photographic Archive backfile under "Kennedy, William Alexander.".
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42 b&w original photographic print(s), Photographs, Silver gelatin prints
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