About this object
A hand coloured photograph of Marine Parade in Napier. Part of an album of coloured scenery images.

A description of the scene has been pasted onto the album page. It reads: The Newest City in the World. Napier's beautiful Marine Parade, said to be the finest waterfront walk in the Southern Hemisphere. The picture shows (centre) the famous Sound Shell, used for open-air concerts; at the right the famous Tom Parker Fountain, the Circular Bay, the famed Norfolk Pines and the beautiful lawns and flower beds surrounding the area.

Photographer, unknown.
Date, 1937.
Production technique
Media/Materials description
Hand coloured photograph, corner mounted in an album.
Height x Width: 164 x 215mm
Subject period
Subject date
Display location
Current rights
Credit Line
purchased by the Hawke’s Bay Art Gallery and Museum
Other number(s)
Album 36, m90/39, 16100, 81079

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