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The world of fashion the gentlemen and women of the Summer Ships would be leaving behind or, where budgets permitted, be taking with them, to their new life in Canterbury, New Zealand.

Passengers from the Cressy landing at Port Lyttelton, 1850. (Reproduced with kind permission of the Canterbury Museum, Christchurch)

Pioneers who arrived in Lyttelton, Canterbury aboard the Charlotte Jane.

Pioneers who arrived in Lyttelton, Canterbury aboard the Cressy.

Some of the passengers who arrived in Lyttelton, Canterbury aboard the Randolph.

Thankfully today's picnics are quite a bit less formal.

Mills Osborne Hotel (left) and Forester's Hall (right) on Oxford Terrace in the 1870's. (Reproduced with kind permission of the Canterbury Museum, Christchurch)
   
   
   

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