Oxford Street, Levin, c.1906
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Printed on front of mounting board, top left, with black ink: “Levin c.1906” Printed on front of mounting board, top right, with black ink: “P 8”
Typed on paper glued to back: “P8 Levin: junction of Oxford and Queen Streets, looking south. Levin Hotel on right. From glass negative lent by H.S. Walkley.”
Written on back with blue ballpoint pen: “Before 1906.”
Oxford Street, north of the Queen Street intersection, looking south,c.1906. In the centre of the intersection is a gas standard with a wooden ladder against it. The Levin Hotel is on the southwestern corner of the intersection. The Oxford Street plane trees are encased in wooden frames. The street is unsealed and several horses with gigs are in the street.
1 B&W photo print copy, mounted (damaged)
Note protective wooden cages around trunks of trees.
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