About this object
View of the Clive Flood Memorial, on the corner of Marine Parade and Byron Street, Napier, possibly taken in the first decade of the twentieth century. The esplanade is lined with young Norfolk Island Pines. Tree guards surround the base of each of the pines. The Napier foreshore and Cape Kidnappers are visible in the background. A young boy stands on one of the basins that is located on the side of the memorial.
Black and white photograph glued into an album with a leather spine and corners, and red linen cover.
Album (closed): Height x Width: 310 x 260mm
Photograph: Height x Width: 167 x 121mm
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Out of copyright
Collection of Hawke's Bay Museums Trust, Ruawharo Tā-ū-rangi, 16539
gifted by Pauline Schwabe
m2000/64/2, 16539, 82583