Narrow views of Howick; 1904; 2016.105.08
Narrow views of HowickAbout this object
2 narrow views of Howick taken in 1904. Top photo - Panoramic view of Howe Street, Howick, taken from Nelson Street, ca 1906. Buildings from left to right are as follows: Brady's house (Brady was the publican of the Howick Arms Hotel); Robinson the bootmaker's double Fencible cottage with his small shop next door; George and Mary Wagstaff's cottage and outbuilding; Wagstaff's smithy; George Wagstaff senior's house; two minor unidentified buildings; Wagstaff's store and post office; and a cottage rented to visitors by the Wagstaffs that was sometimes known as Honeymoon Cottage?. On the ridge in the distance are the two-storey Marine Hotel in Picton Street, the Oddfellows hall and Sellwood's general store. The gate in the foreground opens onto Nelson Street. Lower photo - Taken from Nelson Street looking towards Abercrombie St. Showing H.B.C. offices built by Bowles c1902; , Mrs Smith; 'Kohimarama (later burnt and replaced by 'Littlewick'; concrete house (later Snowballs built here) William White's cottage; McInnes (part-time constable) Mrs Johnson's (later Coffees); Miss Heaths Fencible cottage'; Shaw's Fencible Cottage (was Mrs Bradnames) ; McInnes Hotel; Mrs Howie's cottage (Fortunes Fencible Cottage. Miss Howie was formerly a Miss Fortune). + 2 copies and 4 enlargements and three enlargements of single photos.Date Made
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