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“Robert Henderson” and “Pladda” at Port Chalmers, 1861
Draughtsman Robert Park MacGoun arrived in New Zealand from Glasgow in 1862. In 1877 he took up a position as the first county clerk for the Southland County Council. MacGoun remained Southland county clerk until 1906. As a painter he was known mainly for watercolour paintings of Invercargill and Bluff in the 1880s.
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