Police Station, Napier

Current rights
Public Domain

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About this object
View of the Napier Police Station on Carlyle Street, Napier, possibly taken in the late nineteenth century.

he photograph has been taken from Carlyle Street looking towards the front façade of the building. The east side of the building is also visible. A picket fence runs across the front of the property. A sign reading Police Station has been affixed to the gable wall of the cottage.

A man in uniform stands in the front yard. The man is possibly William Harvey, clerk.

Napier Hill is visible in the background.

Photographer, unknown.
Production technique
Media/Materials description
Black and white photograph mounted on card.
Photograph: Height x Width: 113 x 157mm
Card backing: Height x Width: 151 x 206mm
H.B. Art Gallery and Museum, Stamp, Stamped
Subject date
Current rights
Collection of Hawke's Bay Museums Trust, Ruawharo Tā-ū-rangi, 3906
Credit line
gifted by Miss Barnes
Other number(s)
m69/8, 3906, 78694

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