Navua River, Fiji

Description
This albumen print on photographic paper is part of a collection of 44 photographs once belonging to John Reader Jackson (1837-1920) who was a curator at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, museum. Most of the collection depicts different kinds of trees and were probably used for teaching, research and to record his travels. Many images are also of artistic merit.
Accession Loan No.
73/1921/340
Collection Class
Photographs
Medium
Albumen print on photographic paper
Common Name
Navua River, Fiji
Simple Name
photograph
Full Name
“A peep from Namosi “ showing Navua River Fiji Hon J.B. Thurston
Dimensions
Mount length 274 mm; width 215 mm
Period Classification
Victorian (1837-1901)
Family Group

Collector / Excavator
Jackson, Mr John Reader (from the collection of)
Collection Country
Fiji
Collection Area Region
Melanesia
Collection Continent
Oceania

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