The Selwyn churches of Auckland; Knight, Cyril Roy; [1972]; 058900705X; 2014.1.1...

Name/Title

The Selwyn churches of Auckland

Maker

Knight, Cyril Roy

Maker Role

Author

About this object

Partial Contents: Formative period 1842-7 (Waimate -- Tamaki & the establishment of St. John's College 1844 -- St. John's College chapel -- 1st St. Stephen's Judges Bay 1844 -- St. Thomas's Tamaki 1947) -- Maturity & early examples 1847-53 (Architectural character -- All Saint, Howick 1847 -- St. Peter's Onehunga 1848 -- St. Barnabas's Parnell & Mt. Eden 1848 -- Holy Trinity Otahuhu, 1863 & Selwyn Church Mangere East 1928 -- St. Matthias' Panmure 1852 -- St. Mark's Remuera 1847-60 & St. Andrew's Epsom 1846-67 (Late examples & the decline 1855-67) Parnell & the frontier towns -- St. Stephen's Chapel 1857 -- Old St. Mary's 1855-58 -- The Deanery 1857 -- Bishopscourt 1863 & Diocesan Chapel -- Mission Station at Mission Bay 1858 -- St. Sepulchre's 1865-91 -- St. John the Baptist Northcote 1860) -- Late examples in the frontier towns (St. James' Mangere 1857 -- St. Bride's Mauku 1860-1 -- The churches at Papakura, Drury & Clevedon -- Defensive settlements served by Selwyn churches -- Christ Church Papkura 1862 -- St. John's Drury 1862 -- All Souls Clevedon 1861 -- St. Peter's in the Forest Bombay 1867).

Date Made

[1972]

Publisher

Reed

Publication Place

Dunedin

Series Title

Whitcombe's practical handbooks

Subject and Association Keywords

Selwyn, George Augustus, 1809-1878

Subject and Association Keywords

Selwyn, George Augustus, 1809-1878

Subject and Association Keywords

Church architecture -- New Zealand -- Auckland

Subject and Association Keywords

Auckland (NZ) -- Churches

Named Collection

Thomas & Bridget Gallagher Library

Object Type

Book

ISBN/ISSN

058900705X

Object number

2014.1.1618

Spine Label

726.5 KNI

Copyright Licence  

All rights reserved

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