Object: Dominion Day - Government Buildings at night
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|Title||Dominion Day - Government Buildings at night|
Unknown (photographer), 25.09.1907, Wellington
|Medium summary||black and white original negative|
|Materials||sheet glass, silver, photographic plates, photographic gelatin|
|Classification||black-and-white negatives, gelatin dry plate negatives|
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- 'Self-government and independence - Political independence', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand
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- DOMINION DAY CELEBRATIONS IN WELLINGTON: THE GOVERNMENT BUILDING ILLUMINATED AT NIGHT. - Auckland Libraries
- THE FIRST ANNIVERSARY OF DOMINION DAY IN NEW ZEALAND: THE GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS AT WELLINGTON ILLUMINATED AT NIGHT, SEPTEMBER 26, 1908. - Auckland Libraries
- Evening' Star"'Thoio. A RECORD HIGHLAND GATHERING.â€”A colourful and; impressive scene at Dunedin last Sunday, when twenty-three pipe bands, wearing twenty different tartans and coming,' from. all parts of the South Island, assembled at the Caledonian Ground. There . ' were-more than 12,000 spectators. \,' â– , , " :â– &. l\ Andrew Ftaoio., "Evening Post". Photo. MR. WALTER NASH, Minister of DR. W. PASCOE GOARD, deputy Finance, who last night delivered president of the British-Israel the Labour Government's first World Federation. He arrived at Budget. Auckland on the Aorangi on Mon-. day on a visit to the Dominion. â– "Evening Post" â€¢ Phnio. ZERO POINT ON NEW ZEALAND SURVEYS.â€”The tablet above indicates the spot (on right) on the floor of the entrance lobby of the National Art Gallery and Dominion Museum which marks the zero point of the New Zealand system of land surveys. An article on the subject appears on this page. PICTURESQUE BARCELONA.â€”The Cathedral Sagrada . Familias (Cathedral.of the, Sacred Family) in Barcelona,-one of the principal towns in the rebellious north-east of Spain. This church has been building for-thirty-five years, but. the crypt is the only portion completed. Reports from Spain indicate thai, this ivuslhe only church-id.'Barcelonaâ€¢left'undamaged during thepresent revolt'â– . (Evening Post, 05 August 1936) - National Library of New Zealand
- Papers - Auckland Libraries
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