Photograph: Inwood's Mill, Christchurch 1859

Alfred Charles Barker
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09 Jan 1859
One landscape black and white photograph of Inwood's Mill on the edge of the Avon River. In the photograph a white wooden bridge can be seen over the Avon River in the foreground, the river is lined in flax and Inwood's Mill can be seen amongst the flax very close to the river's edge. Inscribed to the left of the photograph is 'ChCh abomination dedicated to his Ex honour in hopes he will be ashamed of it. Jan 9 1859. If you had ever passed the Mill you never could have passed the Bill'.
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