Views of Whakarewarewa, New Zealand, ca. 1890-1910, by William Joseph Macpherson

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Where: Unknown

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When: 01 January 1900

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Call number: ON 588/Box 12

Digital ID: c071670002

Format: glass photonegative

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    Black Diamond Images

    • 02/Oct/2017 04:45:40

    Please explain the connection to my image. Unfortunately my internet is so abysmally slow the links above won't currently load. Thanks

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    Black Diamond Images

    • 02/Oct/2017 05:25:57

    Thanks just got to be able to view those links. OK so you are suggesting the image above is incorrectly titled and should be Norfolk Island Civil Hospital. I cannot recall the buildings or lay of the land well enough to be able to confirm your thoughts.

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    Black Diamond Images

    • 02/Oct/2017 05:42:19

    Just had a look through those State Library Pics. The Norfolk Island Pine boulevard in one of the pics could also suggest Norfolk Island. It existed before the US Military removed them to construct an airport during WWll. There is also another pic of cliffs which appears to be Cascade Bay where the whaling station was.

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    BeachcomberAustralia

    • 02/Oct/2017 07:51:17

    [https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]] Bingo! The Civil Hospital it is, or was. See the "c.1900" SLNSW (!) photo on the first page of this report. Mr Macpherson was standing bottom left corner and the one/two-chimney house is on the right. Pyramid roof is there. See also what they found in the privy ! - www.ashadocs.org/aha/19/19_04_Starr.pdf Edit - Here is the image in the SLNSW - archival.sl.nsw.gov.au/Details/archive/110197963 - not as clear as the link above.