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Lucknow Street Havelock

Lucknow Street Havelock

A view of Lucknow Street looking North. Mail & Passenger Coach in centre of the street. Havelock was named after Sir Henry Havelock known from the Siege of Lucknow during the Indian Rebellion of 1857. The streets were laid out in 1858, with the main street being Lucknow Street.


Below you will find the message written on the back of the postcard. In the event we have duplicates of the same postcard, multiple messages may be found below.

Addressed To:
Mrs G Dobson
78 Sutherland Road, Armadale, Victoria (Australia)
Recd your pretty postcard today. I think it is such a lovely one. the exhibition building is a very pretty one. I must try and get some of the Christchurch Exhibit. It looks lovely both by day and night. This postcard is a picture of the principal street of our town. The coach is also there. There is a coach going to Blenheim from Nelson one day & back to Nelson the next. It goes through Havelock and can be seen in the picture. The place I have marked xx is the Town Hall , the Post Office is next to it but only parts of it can be seen in this card. I am so sorry you have been so ill. The greatest illness I have had was measles but these are not so very bad. We have been having very hot weather lately.
24th November 1906
Havelock Suburban
Postcard Details:
Date Taken:
1st October 1903
New Zealand
William Henry Macey