Object: Dominion Day - Government Buildings at night
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|Title||Dominion Day - Government Buildings at night|
Unknown (photographer), 25 September 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
- DOMINION NIGHT. (Evening Post, 27 September 1907) - National Library of New Zealand
- DOMINION NIGHT. THE LIGHTS, (Evening Post, 28 September 1908) - National Library of New Zealand
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