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Antique print 'Harleyford' engraved by Hudson & Kearns; Photo by Taunt from "The Thames Illustrated" a picturesque journeying from Richmond to Oxford, by John Leyland; Polynesian People, Baskets, Facial Tattoos, Maori Art, Antique Prints, Great Lakes, Antique Books, Book Illustration, New Zealand

BUCKS: Harleyford eel baskets, antique print, 1897

Antique print 'Harleyford' (1897) engraved by Hudson & Kearns; Photo by Taunt from "The Thames Illustrated" a picturesque journeying from Richmond to Oxford, by John Leyland; Published by Geo. Newnes Ltd, London

Seacliff and Nurses, Dunedin (NZ) · [Sir Frederic Truby King] 1890 - the Seacliff Lunatic Asylum. Truby King arrived at the facility to take up the position of Medical Superintendent. Mental Asylum, Insane Asylum, Abandoned Asylums, Abandoned Places, Haunted Asylums, Cannabis, Northumbria University, Psychiatric Hospital, Abandoned Hospital

Nursing Staff In Front of Seacliff Lunatic Asylum, about 1890

The nursing staff in front of the Seacliff Lunatic Asylum c. 1890. The psychiatric hospital in Seacliff, New Zealand was the largest building in the country when it was built, and was noted for its scale and extravagant architecture. It became infamous for construction faults resulting in partial collapse, as well as a 1942 fire which destroyed a wooden outbuilding, claiming 37 lives because the victims were trapped in a locked ward.

The photograph was taken in 1948 near the outlet of Wairewa, where eels are still caught and dried. New Zealand Nz History, Black History Facts, Abstract Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Bronze Sculpture, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Polynesian People, Maori Designs

Drying eels

There are two species of freshwater eel, which were an important part of the Māori diet before European settlement. In the South Island, eels were abundant in neighbouring lakes, Wairewa and Te Waihora (later known as Lakes Forsyth and Ellesmere). Māori ...

Roman Catholic chapel Otumoetai | Collections Online - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa Roman Catholic, Religious Art, New Zealand, Museum, Christian, Collections, Painting, Catholic, Lds Art

Roman Catholic chapel Otumoetai | Collections Online

Roman Catholic chapel Otumoetai | Collections Online - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Photograph - Women's shelters at the Cashmere Sanatorium which opened in 1910 , Christchurch City Libraries Heritage Photograph Collection Christchurch New Zealand, Auckland New Zealand, Nz History, Local History, City Library, Large Windows, Luxury Travel, Shed, Shelters

Women's shelters, Cashmere Sanatorium, 1913

Government sanatoriums were opened in the early 20th century to house and treat people with tuberculosis. Exposure to fresh air and sunlight were critical elements of the treatment. These are the women's shelters at the Cashmere Sanatorium near Christchurch, which were located on the north-...

] From New York Public Library Digital Collections. Firmin Didot, Flying Spaghetti Monster, Library Locations, Mother Mary, New York Public Library, Picture Collection, Still Image, 16th Century, Dark Art

Penitent, Venice, 16th Century.

One of hundreds of thousands of free digital items from The New York Public Library.

seacliff interferometry - Google Search Utility Pole, Google Search

seacliff interferometry - Google Search

Number Invercargill, May 1984 Number 2, New Zealand, Museum, Collections, Museums

Number 2. Invercargill, May 1984 | Collections Online

Number 2. Invercargill, May 1984 | Collections Online - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Number one. Invercargill, May 1984 White Prints, Gelatin Silver Print, Number One, White Photography, New Zealand, Museum, Collections, Contemporary, Black And White

Number one. Invercargill, May 1984 | Collections Online

Number one. Invercargill, May 1984 | Collections Online - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa