Photograph, Group at Victoria Hotel, Cromwell; Unknown; 1880s; CR1991.038

Name/Title

Photograph, Group at Victoria Hotel, Cromwell

About this object

Horse and wagon plus group of people and dogs in front of the Victoria Hotel, Cromwell. 'J Stuart' painted above door. Early 1900's copy of old photograph in modern frame.
The Victoria Hotel was built in 1874 by James Stuart, who was licensee until 1899 when he died. His wife took over the licence. The Victoria Arms Hotel was established in 1899 on Melmore Terrace. "The Vic" was known locally in latter years as the "Top Pub" because of its location on the higher elevation of the terrace.

Place Made

New Zealand, Otago, Cromwell

Maker

Unknown

Maker Role

Photographer

Date Made

1880s

Measurements

H 390mm x W mm530

Object Type

Photographs, photographic prints

Subject and Association Keywords

Photographs

Subject and Association Keywords

Photograph, group

Subject and Association Keywords

Transport, roads, bridges, rail, electricity, water

Subject and Association Keywords

Horses, transport

Subject and Association Keywords

Hotels

Medium and Materials

Paper
Wood
Glass

Credit Line

From the Collection of the Cromwell Museum

Object number

CR1991.038

Copyright Licence  

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