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Te Tarata, boiling springs at Rotomahana [picture] / C.C. Clarke; G.F. Swainson
Bib ID 1250204
Format PicturePicture
Author
Clarke, Cuthbert (Ismir), 1818-1863
 
Description 1851 
1 drawing : pencil and wash ; 15.1 x 24 cm 
Series

Rex Nan Kivell Collection ; NK339/A.

Notes

Title from inscription bot. c.

Rex Nan Kivell Collection NK339/A.

T3401.

Subjects Hot springs -- New Zealand.  |  Rotomahana (N.Z.)  |  Picture -- New Zealand.
Other authors/contributors Swainson, G. F. (George Frederick)

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