Key plan to Kettle’s picture of Lower Harbour and Port Chalmers.

Alternative Title

Key plan to Kettle’s picture of Lower Harbour and Port Chalmers. [Copied by E.M. Hocken after Charles Kettle.] 1898

Date Created

1898

Identifier

Hocken Pictorial Collections - 12,233 b
a6093

Description

Through image in ink in Dr Hockenís hand: Key plan to Kettleís picture of Lower Harbour & Port Chalmers. T.M.H. March 23/98 [numerals] 1. Deborah Bay where Mr Tuckettís Deborah anchored in 1844. 2. Alex.r McKayís cot & garden brought from one of survey labourers almost exactly overlooked by present Scotch church. 3. Site of present dock. 4. Line of Mount Street. 5. Line of George Street. 6 & 7. McKayís houses- 6 was successively used by Tuckett, Davison, & Kettle & Park. 7 was afterwards on the section (No 2 Port Chalmers) selected by Julius Jeffreys who had won the first order of choice. 8. Portion of Tuckettís first house built in 1844. 9. N.Z. Companyís store, 1844, afterwards Customhouse & Police Station. 10. McKayís Surveyors Arms, site of present Port Chalmers Hotel. 11 & 12, Probably survey menís houses. 13. Drakeís (surveyor) chimney, left when house was removed to Dunedin. Originally belonged to Lewthwaite who came from New Plymouth in 1844. 14. Martin & Tyserís store.

Extent

230 x 405 mm

Medium

pen & ink & wash on paper

Provenance

Dr T.M. Hocken’s Collection.

Source

Dr T.M. Hocken’s Collection.

Files

a6093.jpg

Citation

Hocken, Elizabeth Mary, 1848-1933, Hocken, Thomas Morland, 1836-1910, and Kettle, Charles H. (Charles Henry), 1821?-1862, “Key plan to Kettle’s picture of Lower Harbour and Port Chalmers.,” ourheritage.ac.nz | OUR Heritage, accessed January 30, 2023, https://ourheritage.ac.nz/items/show/5539.