WEBSTER, Hartley



Hartley Webster
Auckland

died 18 September 1906 at his residence Mt Albert, Auckland
buried Waikumete Cemetery



A very old Auckland resident, Mr. Hartley Webster, died at his residence, Mount Albert, yesterday afternoon, at the advanced age of 89 years. He arrived in Auckland in the ship Catherine Stewart Forbes, as far back as 1852, and being one of the first who started the photographic business in this city, did well, his establishment being at the upper end of Queen-street, about opposite the Anchor Hotel. Subsequently Mr. Webster carried on business in Taranaki as a chemist. Upon retiring from business, Mr. Webster settled at Mount Albert, where he has lived very quietly for many years, his sight having failed him. Deceased leaves no children, and his wife died about nine years ago.
Auckland Star, Volume XXXVII, Issue 224, 19 September 1906, Page 4




 
The photographers William Andrews Collis and Joseph Michael Foy are known to have worked for Hartley Webster.




Portrait of an unknown man by Hartley Webster, Auckland





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