Browning Street, Napier

Production date
Circa 1910
Current rights
Public Domain
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About this object
View down Browning Street looking away from Marine Parade. A parade progresses down the street towards the camera. Among the groups featured in the parade are two men on horseback who are dressed in feather cloaks; a large waka full of men being carried on a horse drawn cart; a group of women walking on foot; and a horse drawn carriage pulling a float. People line the street to watch the parade. The premises of Eames, Rundle and Company (The Popular Auction Mart), Lockyers, R Hannah and Company - advertising "Hannah's for Gumboots" - and the Colonial Bank are visible along the left side of the street. St John's Cathedral can be seen in the distance.

Photographer, unknown.
Production date
Circa 1910
Production technique
Media/Materials description
Black and white photograph
Measurements
Height x Width: 110 x 155mm
Signature/Inscription
Elbus Bears, Inscription
Subject date
Circa 1910
Caption
Collection of Hawke's Bay Museums Trust, Ruawharo Tā-ū-rangi, 52
Other number(s)
52, 75303

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