PEART, Heaton Clairemont







.
Heaton Clairemont Peart
1894 - 1991

Heaton Clairemont Peart was born on 25 March 1894 at Takaka the son of Frederick Blenkiron Peart (born 1856 Rafford, Moray, Scotland - died c.1932) a schoolmaster and Clara Peart nee Smith (c.1863 - c.1945). He died on 22 January 1991 at The Princess Margaret Hospital, Christchurch aged 96 years. He was cremated at Linwood Crematorium, Christchurch and his ashes uplifted by a friend William Cumming (refer Linwood Crematorium Records).





The children of Frederick and Clara Peart and are as follows:
Muriel Peart – 13 March 1889 at the Schoolhouse, Takaka, birth registered 1889, died about 1964 unmarried (refer Archives NZ)
Elvira Stevenson Peart –
23 August 1890 at Takaka, birth registered 1890, died about 1969 unmarried (refer Archives NZ)
Catherine Eugenie Peart –
23 April 1892 at Takaka, birth registered 1892, died about 1972 unmarried (refer Archives NZ)
Heaton Clairemont Peart –
birth registered 1894
Keith Peart –
birth registered 1895, died about 1967 (refer Archives NZ)
Eugen Carl Peart –
birth registered 1899, died about 1987 (refer Archives NZ)Stone's Canterbury, Nelson, Marlborough and Westland Directory

1940 to 1947 - Peart H. C. Hokitika, Westland.
The 1980 and 1983 City of Christchurch Electoral Rolls show him at 52 Channon Hill Crescent, Christchurch. His occupation is given as retired. Prior to his death in 1991 he resided at the St Andrews Rest Home.



Evening Post, Volume CXIII, Issue 100, 30 April 1927, Page 4


WELLINGTON CAMERA CLUB.
At the last meeting of the Wellington Camera Club members and their friends were entertained and much interested by a lantern lecture given by Mr. H. C. Peart. Mr. Peart has travelled over nearly all the scenic routes of New Zealand, usually on foot or bicycle, with his camera for companion, and one result has been the collection of a comprehensive and artistic series of pictures. The pick of this series, many of them bautifully (sic) coloured, was shown on the screen and described by Mr. Peart. He was heartily thanked for his most interesting and instructive entertainment.
Evening Post, Volume CXIII, Issue 106, 7 May 1927, Page 11



COLOUR PHOTOGRAPHY.
To photograph in colour is quite possible, said Mr. H. C. Peart, in a lecture at the Wellington Camera Club last evening. The process, however, is complex, and rather expensive for the average person, and for these reasons it had not displaced one-tone photography. It is possible, he said, to modify single-tone rendering by choice of a colour suited to method or subject, and while much has been said against brown seascapes and blue river scenes, in that they are unreal, yet realism is not necessarily art, and if the pictorialist finds that the use of these toning methods gives him a greater facility of expression, then he is justified in their adoption. Mr. Peart, who was accorded a hearty vote of thanks by members, illustrated his lecture by demonstrating one of the various toning methods.
Evening Post, Volume CV, Issue 92, 19 April 1928, Page 8


H. C. Peart, of 213, Tinakori road, was riding his bicycle along Lambton quay at 1.30 o'clock this afternoon, when the machine collapsed and Peart was thrown on the ground, suffering injuries to his head. He was taken to the Wellington Hospital.

CAMERA CLUB
...Mr. H. C. Peart gave a series of hints likely to be useful to amateurs, such as the way to keep developer at a certain temperature in the winter, and thus prevent stains; how to make a printing mask; the correct way to set up a tripod, etc...
Evening Post, Volume CXI, Issue 56, 7 March 1931, Page 6


SCENIC PHOTOGRAPHY
HINTS BY AN EXPERT
A highly entertaining and instructive talk on "Hints on Outdoor Scenic Photography" was delivered by Mr. H. C. Peart, the well-known landscape photographer, at the fortnightly meeting of the Wellington Camera Club.

The lecturer advised those interested in photography to cut out from magazines portions of interest and reproductions, of good pictures, and paste them in a book for future reference; to study-good pictures; to visit the Public Library for art information; to graphy afterwards; to keep a look-out read books on art first and photography afterwards; to keep an eye out hand bookshops. He advised people to purchase the best camera they could afford, and to experiment with films (preferably) with varied exposures. He drew attention to various faults and their correction, such as the dampness that comes over the lens of a camera carried in a rucksack, etc. The difference between a technical photographer and a pictorial photographer was also stressed. While the former wanted everything sharp, the pictorialist aimed at getting feeling into pictures, though, of course, it was necessary to study the laws of composition before going out to photograph. It was desirable to photograph what one liked, and to be in the mood for it. One should bear in mind that the eye, in looking at a scene, perceived only the main object sharply the rest receded into the distance. Mr Peart displayed a large number of pictures to members, pointing out the reason for their being taken from the particular viewpoint, etc., and illustrating three essentials in landscape, foreground, middle distance, and far distance. At the conclusion the lecturer was accorded a hearty vote of thanks...

Evening Post, Volume CXII, Issue 16, 18 July 1931, Page 6


CAMERA CLUB
In the absence of the expected lecturer for the evening, at the last meeting of the Wellington Camera Club. Mr. P N Denton kindly delivered at short notice a lecture on Ceylon. Some very interesting lantern slides of Colombo and Kandy were shown, and many studies of native life the tea planting industry, etc. Mr H. C. Peart operated the lantern, and at the conclusion both were awarded hearty votes of thanks.

It was announced that the silver cup which his Excellency the Governor-General, Lord Bledisloe, had kindly presented for annual competition amongst the amateur photographic clubs of New; Zealand; was on view in Mr. Denton's shop window.

Evening Post, Volume CXIV, Issue 62, 10 September 1932, Page 22


CAMERA CLUB
After a vacation of two months, members of the Wellington Camera Club assembled last week for the beginning of the 1933 season, a lantern slide evening being held. Mr. W. Blanch operated the lantern, and slides were contributed by Misses Campbell and Johnson, Messrs. Ian Powell, H. C. Peart, and G. E. Mabin. Slides by Mr. Mabin illustrating a trip in the Westland region were much admired. Mr. P. N. Denton presided.
Evening Post, Volume CXV, Issue 30, 6 February 1933, Page 12


CAMERA CLUB.
The subject at the fortnightly meeting of the Camera Club last week was "Seascape and Marine," and a competition was held. Twenty-three pictures were hung, and the voting resulted:—

A Section: Mr. H. C. Peart, 1; Mr. J. W. Chapman-Taylor, 2 and 3.
B Section; Mr. L. Poweil; Mr. J. T. Salmon, 2 and 3.
C Section- Mr. C. G. Smith, 1 and 2.

The entries were constructively criticised by Mr. C. P. S. Boyer, and he also gave a short talk on securing, developing, and presenting seascape and marine pictures. His remarks were illustrated by a selection o£ his own negatives and some pictures which he had brought down for the purposed and many valuable hints were given for amateur photographers. Announcement was made of the annual club outing to be held at Moonshine in March, a competition following in April for the best pictures taken on that occasion.

Evening Post, Volume CXV, Issue 42, 20 February 1933, Page 2


WELLINGTON CAMERA CLUB
Mr. P. N. Denton presided over the meeting of the Wellington Camera Club last week, when Mr. Nelson Isaac lectured to members on "Composition and Design in Photography." Mr. Isaac stressed the essentials for pictorial success, from pattern and balance, and he gave point to his remarks by the exhibition of a number of lantern slides of the world's masterpieces of pictorial art. Mr. H. C. Peart operated the lantern, and an interesting and instructive evening was spent by those present.
Evening Post, Volume CXV, Issue 85, 11 April 1933, Page 16


CAMERA CLUB
There was a good attendance at the last meeting of the Wellington Camera Club, when a competition was held for the best picture taken on annual outing to Moonshine on March 5. A small trophy in each section had been offered by a local firm, and the following were declared the winners:—
A section, Mr. J. W. Chapman-Taylor;
B section, Mr. J. W. Stubbs;
C section, Mr. J. E. Tunnington.

Three paintings by Mrs. Chapman-Taylor were also admired. Mr. H. C. Peart constructively criticised the entries, and also delivered a short lecture entitled "Art and the Camera," illustrating his remarks by pictures he had brought down for the purpose. While it was necessary to have a camera with a good lens and to understand it, also a knowledge of correct exposure and development, a study of perspective and composition was also required. It was necessary to cultivate the imagination and not to overcrowd pictures, and Mr. Peart pointed out that it was necessary to see pictures oneself, before portraying them. Many valuable pictorial hints were given, and at the conclusion he was awarded a hearty vote of thanks.

Evening Post, Volume CXV, Issue 96, 26 April 1933, Page 14



BEAUTIES OF SOUTH ISLAND
The story of a tour of the South Island, during which he travelled 1000 miles, was told by Mr. H. C. Peart in Nimmo's Hall last night. Mr. Peart showed coloured lantern slides of the places he visited. Starting from Christchurch he travelled to Arthur's Pass and down the West Coast to Lake Wakatipu and Lake Manapouri. Too few New Zealanders, Mr. Peart said, knew the beauties of their country, and too many thought that the North Island was the only place with scenic attractions. A visit to any of the places of which he had shown slides should convince anyone that such was not the case. During the evening Miss J. R. Jones sang two solos.
Evening Post, Volume CXX, Issue 11, 12 July 1935, Page 3
 


ESPERANTO CLUB
The weekly meeting of the Wellington Esperanto Club was held last night in the hall of the Tararua Tramping Club, Nathan's Building, Grey Street...Mr. R. Douglas Saunders gave a lecturette in Esperanto on "Bela Milano," illustrated pictures of the picturesque Italian city being thrown on the screen by the club's epidiascope. The concluding item was a lantern tour round Westland, presented by Mr. Bertram Potts ("La Panorama Gloro de Westland"), the slides being courteously loaned by Mr. H. Peart. It was announced that a supper and dance would take place after the tuition hour next week.
Evening Post, Issue 45, 21 August 1935, Page 14


A photograph by H. C. Peart published in the Evening Post.
On the West Coast. - "The Giant's Tooth" and Cape Foulwind, well known to travellers to the West Coast of the South Island by sea.
Evening Post, Issue 41, 16 August 1935, Page 7



Upper Hutt Weekly Review, Volume II, Issue 24, 28 May 1937, Page 4




above - P. Power and H.C. Peart (right) on Fox Glacier, 1 Jan 1920.
Photo: 20674, A.C. Graham photographs, H.C. Peart photographer, Macmillan Brown Library, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand




above - P. Power and H.C. Peart (right) on Fox Glacier, 1 Jan 1920.



Nelson Evening Mail, Volume XVIII, Issue 73, 28 March 1883, Page 2


Colonist, Volume XXXVII, Issue 7901, 31 March 1894, Page 3



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The Alexander Turnbull Library has a photograph by Heaton Peart of Geordie Wiltshire outside his hut on the banks of Butcher's Creek.
Reference number: MNZ-0816-1/4-F



above: Old Provincial Chambers, Christchurch, NZ
 above: Rolleston Avenue, Christchurch, NZ







photographs of
Canterbury
 

by
Heaton Clairemont Peart




Doorway, Christ College, Christchurch, NZ
by H. C. Peart



Avon River, Christchurch, NZ
by H. C. Peart


Avon River Christchurch, NZ
HCP Photo
no. 343




Bridge of Remembrance, Christchurch
HCP
no. 345


Royal Series Post Card
Road to Akaroa, Chch, NZ
H C Peart
no. 607




Royal Series Post Card
Band Rotunda, Christchurch, NZ
(no photographer named)no. 902



River Avon, Christchurch, NZ
(no photographer named)
no. 904

Royal Series
Caroline Bay, Timaru
(no photographer named)
no. 1250


Bridge of Remembrance, Christchurch, NZ
(no photographer named)
no. 1271


Museum and Rolleston Statue, Christchurch
(no photographer named)
no. 1273



Royal Series
Memorial Hall, Christ's College, Christchurch, NZ
(no photographer named)
no. 1274




Art Gallery, Christchurch, NZ

(no photographer named)
no. 1276



Anglican Cathedral, Christchurch, NZ
(no photographer named)
no. 1278(?)


Christ's College, Christchurch, NZ
(no photographer named)
no. 1279
reverse message dated 25 January 1937


High Street, Christchurch, NZ
(no photographer named)
numbered 1282


Canterbury College, Christchurch, NZ 
(no photographer named) 
no. 1286

 

Lily Pond Gardens, Christchurch
(no photographer named)
no. 1286



Royal Series Post Card
Art Gallery, Christchurch, NZ

(no photographer named)
no. 1295


Royal Series
Poplar Crescent, River Avon, Christchurch, NZ
(no photographer named)
numbered 1298


Bowker Fountain, Christchurch
(no photographer named)
numbered 1302




Royal Series Post Card
Boat Harbour, Lyttelton, NZ
H. C. Peart
no. 1389



The Square, Christchurch, NZ
(no photographer named)
no. 1391
  This statue by the English sculptor Thomas Woolner commemorates the "Founder of Canterbury" John Robert Godley.



Scott Memorial, Christchurch, NZ.
H. C. Peart
no. 1393




Christ's College, Christchurch, NZ
(no photographer named)
no. 1394




Governors Bay, Canterbury, NZ
H. C. Peart
no. 1396


River Avon, Christchurch
(no photographer named)
no. 1730


Bridge of Remembrance, Christchurch
(no photographer named)
no. 1734



Botanical Gardens, Christchurch
(no photographer named)
no. 1949
reverse message dated 3 January 194
1



River Avon, Christchurch, NZ
(no photographer named)
no. 1989


Colombo Street, Christchurch, NZ
(no photographer named)
no. 1990




Cathedral Blessed Sacrament, Christchurch, NZ
(no photographer named)
no. 2002


 Victoria Street Bridge and the Avon, Christchurch, NZ
(no photographer named)
no. 4237



The War Memorial, Christchurch, NZ Tanner Bros. Ltd., Wellington, NZ
(no photographer named)
 

no. 4343


Hanmer Springs from Conical Hill, NZ
H. C .Peart
no. 22



 Mt Giant, (near Mount Cook) New Zealand
no. 2799
 





photographs of
Westland
 

by
Heaton Clairemont Peart


Nikau Palms, Punikaiki Point, Westland, NZ.
H. C. Peart photo
no. 573


Punakaiki Pt, Greymouth, Westland, NZ.
H. C. Peart photo
no. 43
postmarked Auckland 20 January 1939

 

Mt Cook & Tasman, Franz Josef Glacier, Lake Mapouriku, Westland
Tanner Bros Ltd
no. 4273



Main South Rd near Waitangi, Westland, NZ.
Tanner Bros Ltd
no. 4274




Mt Hercules, Main South Road, NZ.
Royal Series



Stirling Fall, 500ft Milford Sound, NZ.
H. C. Peart photo
no. 207



Free Trees, Westland, NZ.
H. C. Peart photo



"Dear Everyone, I will tell you where I have been to the last few days. Wednesday morning was fine and we walked through the town, along the Wharf and out to the end of the river by the sea where the boats come in. There were 6 boats in. Then we went [to] Blaketown & did not think much of it. It is a very poor suburb. We saw the Hospital and returned home a different way. A pretty park on the way. Started to rain hard & we went to "One Night of Love" at night. This morning rained but we walked again & over the River to Cobden and took the bus back, costing 4d. Then took a bus to Blaketown."


 Hans Bay, Lake Kanieri, Westland, NZ
H. C. Peart photo
no. 81

Mt Rolleston, Arthurs Pass, NZ
Tourist Series 4091
Protected 1/12/22
H. C. Peart photo



West Coast Christchurch Road, NZ
Tourist Series 4080
H. C. Peart photo



Royal Series
Franz Josef Glacier Hotel, Westland, NZ
(no photographer named and un-numbered)



 Franz Josef Glacier from Cape Defiance, Westland
Royal Series
HCP Photo
127



Royal Series Post Card
Waihi River & Franz Josef Glacier, Westland, NZ
107




Royal Series Post Card
Franz Josef Glacier, Westland, NZ



Franz Josef Glacier from Tatare River, Westland, NZ.
no. 346




Franz Josef Glacier from Almer Bivovac, Westland, NZ
Frank Duncan Co. Ltd
Auckland
Tourist Series 4066 Proted 25.3.21 H C Peart



Frazer Josef Glacier, Westland, NZ
handwritten inscription on reverse dated 13 February 1935




Crevasse Franz Josef Glacier, Westland, NZ
H. C. Peart
issued by Glacier Hotel, Waiho Gorge, Westland
Graham Bros
no. 133




Franz Josef Glacier, South Westland, NZ
H. C. Peart photo 121



On Franz Josef Glacier, Westland, NZ
H. C. Peart 460



Franz Josef Glacier from Waiho Chapel, NZ.
no.1366?


Crevasse, Franz Josef Glacier, Westland, NZ
H. C. Peart
133a



Franz Josef Glacier South Westland, NZ
H. C. Peart 118



On Franz Josef Glacier, Westland, NZ
number 1610


On Franz Josef Glacier, Westland, NZ
number 4255
Tanner Bros. Ltd, Wellington



Mt Cook & Tasman. Franz Josef Glacier from Lake Mapourika, Westland, NZ
H. C. Peart
200


Franz Josef Glacier, South Westland, NZ
H. C. Peart
122


Royal Series Post Card
Peters Pool, Franz Josef Glacier
no. 116
date stamped Franz Josef 9 August 1943

Frank Duncan & Co. Ltd, Auckland
Franz Josef Glacier from Mt Motke, Westland, NZ
Protected 2/2/20
H. C. Peart



Royal Series Post Card
Peters Pool, Franz Josef Glacier, Westland, NZ.

Track to Franz Josef Glacier, Westland, NZ
H. C. Peart
108a




Franz Josef Glacier from Almer Bivovac, Westland, NZ
H. C. Peart
Frank Duncan & Co. Auckland
Tourist Series 4071
"This is where my husband and I are just now, we climbed up this glacier with a guide to cut steps in the ice & thoroughly enjoyed it's marvellous beauty..."


Royal Series
Almer Glacier, Westland, NZ.
H. C. Peart
137


Lake Waihapo, Main South Road, Westland, NZ.
Frank Duncan & Co., Auckland.
H. C. Peart photo



Mitchells Fall Road along Lake Brunner, NZ.
H. C. Peart photo




Royal Series Post Card
Lone Pine Track, Franz Josef Glacier, Westland, NZ
Pencil inscription
"To left of Graham's Hotel"



Royal Series Post Card
Mt Cook, Tasman, Franz Josef Glacier from Okarita, Westland, NZ
photographer not shown but possibly H C Peart




Royal Series Post Card
Main South Road, Westland, NZ
H. C. Peart
number 442



Lake Waihapo & Mt Adams, Westland, NZ.



Track to Franz Josef Glacier, South Westland, NZ
H. C. Peart
no. 108



The Footstool 9073ft from Sealy Range, NZ
H. C. Peart
173



Mitre Peak, Milford Sound, NZ
H. C. Peart
Royal Series
Agents: Hicks, Smith & Wright, Wellington
220




Royal Series Post Card
Lake Te Anau
H. C. Peart
256
(Postmark dated 25 May 1938)


Prince of Wales Feathers, Milford Track, NZ
H. C. Peart - Royal Series
92




Cordyline indivisa (Mountain Cabble Tree) South Westland, NZ.
H. C. Peart
Royal Series
93


Royal Series Post Card
Punakaiki Pt, Barrytown, Westland, NZ
H. C. Peart Photo




The Blowhole Punakaiki Pt, Westland, NZ
H. C. Peart
49


Gallery Gorge, South Westland, NZ
H. C. Peart
114



Galley Gorge, South Westland, NZ
H. C. Peart
114




Royal Series
Gallery Gorge, South Westland, NZ.
H.C.Peart
no. 113-


Gallery Gorge, South Westland, NZ
H. C. Peart photo



Along track to Franz Josef Glacier, Westland, NZ
H. C. Peart
454



Lake Ianthe, Westland, NZ
H. C. Peart
numbered 97


 


 Bealey River, Arthurs Pass, NZ
H. C. Peart
numbered 52


below - reverse











above -
Southern Alps NZ from Gillespies Beach

below -
Mt Cook and Tasman from Gillespie, Westland, NZ
Royal Series, 80 Willis Street, Wellington.
H. C. Peart
no. 303






Lake Kanieri, Westland, NZ
H. C. Peart
numbered 401



Mt Cook, Tasman, Fox Glacier, Lake Matherson (sic), Westland, NZ
H. C. Peart 309



Mt Cook, Tasman, Weheka, Westland
H. C. Peart
numbered 307


Mt Cook from Red Lake, NZ
H. C. Peart
numbered 171



Lake Ianthe, Westland, NZ
H. C. Peart
numbered 1655



Buller Gorge, NZ


Wataroa River, South Westland, NZ
H.C. Peart
99


Royal Series
Lake Gunn, Eglinton Valley, NZ
(no photographer named)
numbered 1247



Royal Series
Head of Tasman from Malte Brunn Hut, NZ
H. C. Peart
number 153




Road to Punakaiki, Westland, NZ
H.C. Peart
number 1705





photographs of
Nelson, Blenheim and Otago
by
Heaton Clairemont Peart



Royal Series
Boys High School, Dunedin, NZ
(no photographer named)
number 1317



Royal Series
First Church, Dunedin, NZ
(no photographer named)
number 1217




Royal Series
St Paul's, Dunedin, NZ
number 1221



 Botanical Gardens, Dunedin, NZ
number 1944


Royal
Maitai River, Nelson, NZ
985


Royal
The Port, Nelson, NZ



Market St. Blenheim, NZ
numbered 1921


photographs of the
North Island
by
Heaton Clairemont Peart


Lower Queen Street, Auckland, NZ



Auckland Museum, NZ.
Royal 466
Royal Series




Royal Series
Wellington from Tinakori Hill, NZ.
(no photographer named)
numbered 1119House of Parliament,Wellington, NZ.
(H. C. Peart photographer)
numbered 400


House of Parliment, Wellington, NZ
numbered 820
Royal Series
Royal Series
New Railway Station, Wellington, NZ.
(no photographer named)
numbered 1619



Royal Series
The Carillion (sic) from Mt Victoria Tunnel, Wellington, NZ
(no photographer named)
numbered 997



Royal Series
Carillon, Wellington, NZ.
(no photographer named)
numbered 866


Towering over 50 metres in height, the National War Memorial Carillon has been prominent on the Wellington skyline since its opening on Anzac Day, 1932. The Carillon now has 74 bells ranging in size from 10kgs to 12.5 tonnes. With a combined weight of 70.5 tonnes, the Carillon is the third largest of its kind in the world. It has a musical range of 6.5 octaves.

Mt Egmont, NZ



Mt Egmont
by H. C. Peart



Road to Dawson Falls House, Mt Egmont, NZ.
H. C. Peart Photo
NZ Real Photo Post Card
Frank Duncan & Co. Ltd., Auckland.



Mt Maunganui, Tauranga, NZ



Royal Series
Huka Fall, Taupo, NZ
H. C. Peart
number 499







Below

Portraits by H. C. Peart
(digital scans from negatives)









above and below "Miss B. Brown"




above and below: "Miss Brown"







Others Known
97 Lake Ianthe, Westland (Trade Me)
127 Oriental Bay, Wellington Royal (Trade Me)
617 Auckland University J. Peart
(Trade Me)
672 House of Parliament, Wellington Peart
(Trade Me)
823 Maori Chamber House of Parliment Royal
(Trade Me)
980 Petone from Korokoro Royal
(Trade Me)
1506 Wellington Harbour from Tinakori Hill, showing Hutt Road Royal Series
(Trade Me)


Surviving H. C. Peart Negatives
13 Mt Herbert from Kaituna Valley, Canterbury, NZ
14 All Saints' Hokitika, NZ
15 All Saints' Church, Hokitika, NZ
26 Rolleston Ave, Chch
27 Lake Sumner, North Canterbury, NZ
38 Lake Sumner, North Canterbury, NZ
29 Hurunui Gorge, Canterbury, NZ
30 Hurunui Gorge, North Canterbury, NZ
32 South Branch of Hurunui river, Canterbury, NZ
33 North Branch of Hurunui River, Canterbury, NZ
34 Lake Sheppard neasr Lake Sumner, North Canterbury, NZ
35 Loch Katrine (sic) near Lake Sumner, North Canterbury, NZ
36 Loch Kathrine, Lake Sumner, North Canterbury
39 Head of Lake Sumner, North Canterbury
40 George Sound , NZ
40 Looking down Lake Sumner, North Canterbury, NZ
41 Lake Taylor near Lake Sumner, North Canterbury (number 34 deleted on negative)
44 Evening in Bligh Sound, NZ
47 s.s Paeroa, Blight Sound, NZ
50 Jacksons Bay, Westland, NZ
53 track to Jackson Bay, Westland, NZ
54 Open Bay Island, South Westland, NZ
55 Rocks, Open Bay Island, South Westland, NZ
85 Pukekura Park, Tea Kiosk
86 Pukekura Park, New Plymouth
87b Dorothy Fall, Lake Kanieri, Westland, NZ (other numbers on edge of negative 334 and A.87)
90 Pukekura Park, Tea Kiosk
95 Pukekura Park
96 Crater, Mt Egmont
97 Mt Egmont from the Egmont Hostel
194 Mt Sefton, NZ (other numbers on edge of negative B94 and 766)
194 Mt Sefton, NZ (other numbers on edge of negative B94 and 766)
219 Milford Peak, Milford Sound, NZ
223 Milford Sound, NZ (other numbers on edge of negative C23 and 638)
255 Glade House Milford Te-Anau Track, NZ (other numbers on edge of negative 675 and c 55)
309 Mt Cook, Tasman, Fox Glacier, Lake Matherson, Weheka, Westland, NZ
337 Dorothy Fall, Lake Kanieri, Westland, NZ
551 Wangawhero Fall, Wanganui River, NZ

Others - no number
Franz Josef Glacier from St James Church, Westland, NZ (envelope 41)
Lake Sumner, Canterbury, NZ (envelope 43 - changed to Lake Sheppard)
Prince of Wales Fern, Westland (envelope 6)
On Ice at head of Otira River, Westland, NZ
Mahinapua Creek, Westland, NZ
Welcome Flat Hot Spring, NZ
Lake Mahinapua, Westland, NZ
Lake Mahinapua, Westland, NZ
All Saint Tennis Club 1918
On Mt Maltke, South Westland
Summit of Castle Hill, Lake Brunner, Westland, NZ
P. Power & I Fox Glacier, Westland, NZ 1.1.20
Snow Fall, Mt Maltke, South Westland, NZ
Mt Bealey, Arthurs Pass, NZ
Sunlit Stones, Arthurs Pass, NZ
Sunset Hokitika, Westland
Dorothy Falls, Lake Kanieri, Westland, NZ
Akaroa Harbour from Road to Lighthouse, NZ
Akaroa Harbour from Lighthouse Rd, NZ
Frozen waterfall at Arthurs Pass, NZ (1)
Frozen waterfall at Arthurs Pass, NZ (2)
Lake Mahinapua, Westland, NZ (from Hill River)
Punakaiki Point, Westland, NZ
Old Provincial Chambers, Christchurch, NZ
Nikau Palms Punakaiki, Westland, NZ
Han's Island, Lake Kanieri, Westland, NZ
Otira Gorge, Westland NZ
The Camp, Punakaiki, December 1922

Possible H. C. Peart photographs


Looking up Callery Gorge to Mt Drummond

Crevasse on Franz Josef Glacier showing Waihi River

Lake Mapourika on Main South Road - West Coast
Franz Josef Glacier reflected

Looking down Waihi River from Callery Gorge



Pinnacles Franz Josef Glacier


Franz Josef Glacier Mts Roon & Bismarck as seen from Glacier Hotel


Main South Road to Franz Glacier


Lake Mapourika on Main South Road
Franz Josef Glacier Mt Cook Mt Tasman reflected


Lake Ianthe on Main South Road. West Coast
This photograph was issued as a postcard under the Graham Series number 34


Franz Josef Glacier - West Coast.
Reflection in Peters Pool


Mts Cook & Tasman from Mt Maltke (?)
12349' 11475'




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