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Title / Name of Portrait Person
Object Type
glass plate negative
stereograph negative
Description
Stereo view of a steamboat moored at a small wharf, thought to be at Collingwood. A group of people on the wharf appear to be either embarking or disembarking.
Photographic Reference number
316658

Title / Name of Portrait Person
Object Type
glass plate negative
stereograph negative
Description
Stereo view of a coal staithe.
Photographic Reference number
316724

Title / Name of Portrait Person
Object Type
glass plate negative
stereograph negative
Description
Stereo view looking over Wakefield Quay towards Port Nelson. The Saltwater baths are on the left.
Photographic Reference number
316733

Title / Name of Portrait Person
Object Type
glass plate negative
stereograph negative
Description
Stereo view looking north along Waimea Street. What is thought to be the railway lines for the City Bus or Dun Mountain Railway cross in the foreground.
Photographic Reference number
316665

Title / Name of Portrait Person
Object Type
lantern slide
Description
German cross
Accession Number
A3804

Title / Name of Portrait Person
Object Type
lantern slide
Description
Lantern slide used in WW1 to train observers in identification of enemy aircraft.
Accession Number
A3804

Title / Name of Portrait Person
Object Type
lantern slide
Description
Lantern slide used in WW1 to train observers in identification of enemy aircraft.
Accession Number
A3804

Title / Name of Portrait Person
Object Type
lantern slide
Description
Lantern slide used in WW1 to train observers in identification of enemy aircraft.
Accession Number
A3804

Title / Name of Portrait Person
Object Type
lantern slide
Description
Lantern slide used in WW1 to train observers in identification of enemy aircraft.
Accession Number
A3804

Title / Name of Portrait Person
Object Type
lantern slide
Description
Lantern slide used in WW1 to train observers in identification of enemy aircraft.
Accession Number
A3804
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