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Early Settlers at Royal Hotel - 1890-95; 1890-95; 1972.3.3b

Early Settlers at Royal Hotel - 1890-95; 1890-95; 1972.3.3b
Name/Title
Early Settlers at Royal Hotel - 1890-95
About this object
The Royal Hotel was built and run by Joseph Graham in the late 1850's.

It was one of three hotels operating in the early days of European settlement in Raglan: The Royal Hotel (1850's )
Harbour View Hotel (1866) and Fuller's which opened to serve the extra trade brought by the Militia during the Waikato Land Wars of the 1860's.

The Royal Hotel first burnt down about 1900 and a second was built. This too burnt down in 1930 and was not replaced.





Edition
1 of 4 copies
Date Made
1890-95
Subject and Association Description
Group portraits
Black-and-white prints
Photographic prints



Object number
1972.3.3b

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joseph graham
lutheran
Royal Hotel


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Kara Tuuta27 Jun 2012 03:51 AM,UTC
Could i have a copy of this photograph as well...to add to my family album..will await your reply.