Princes Gate at the entrance to the grounds of the Government Sanatorium and Baths, Rotorua

Princes Gate at the entrance to the grounds of the Government Sanatorium and Baths, Rotorua

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Triple archway and flagpole (known as Princes Gate) at the entrance leading from Hinemaru Street to Queens Drive, and to the gardens of the Government Sanatorium and Baths. On either side of the entranceway is a wooden fence made from decorated palings with carved Maori figures on the fence posts. Photograph taken circa 1912 by S C Smith. Quantity: 1 b&w original negative(s). Physical Description: Dry plate glass negative


Places related to this item include Government Gardens, Rotorua, and Rotorua. Some of the subjects related to it include Arches, New Zealand, Bay of Plenty Region, Bath House (Rotorua, N.Z.), Mahi toi, Government Gardens, and Rotorua.

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