Object: ’Our camp’, near Te Ariki, after eruption June 10 1886
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|Title||’Our camp’, near Te Ariki, after eruption June 10 1886|
Burton Brothers studio (photography studio), 1886, New Zealand
Muir, Frederick Mintaro Bailey (photographer), 1886, New Zealand
|Medium summary||gelatin glass negative|
|Materials||silver, photographic gelatin, sheet glass, photographic plates|
|Classification||gelatin dry plate negatives, black-and-white negatives|
|Technique||gelatin dry plate process, black-and-white photography|
|Format||whole plate (1/1)|
|Credit line||Purchased 1943|
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- THE VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS, (Wanganui Herald, 16 June 1886) - National Library of New Zealand
- THE VOLCANIC ERUPTION. (Auckland Star, 26 June 1886) - National Library of New Zealand
- VOLCANIC ERUPTION AT TARAWERA. (Wanganui Herald, 18 June 1886) - National Library of New Zealand
- EXPEDITION TO THE TERRACES. MAJESTIC AND TERRIBLE SCENES. FUTURE EFFECTS OF THE ERUPTION ON THE LAKE DISTRICT. (Te Aroha News, 19 June 1886) - National Library of New Zealand
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