||Mundy, Daniel Louis
||Three photographs of Sumner taken by D. L. Mundy, 1868
Photograph one: Sumner, Shag Rock, Canterbury. Cliffs on the left and sea on the right.
Written on the photograph: Mundy N.Z., 4/21/68, No. 9.
Photograph two: Sumner. The hotel. Man with a beard is sitting on the cliff on the left looking out to sea. The road runs behind him to a wooden building.
Wrotten on the photograph: Mundy N.Z., 4/21/68
Photograph three: Clifton Bluff, near Sumner. Shows a view of the shore and rocks from a garden, There is a hedge and gate in the foreground (this may be from the Hotel). The photographers name is not on this image but it appears to be part of the sequence.
Edward Dobson lived in this area.
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