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Resulting damage caused by a fire on Devon Street, New Plymouth. The buildings damaged were on the north side of Devon Street, just east of the Egmont Street intersection. The businesses damaged in the fire were the Grand Coffee Palace, photographer C. P. Cottier's premises, the Dresden Piano Company, land agent J. C. Davies' premises and the London Dental Institute. Photograph depicts five figures standing in the smashed upper windows of the Dresden Piano Company and three figures standing in the smashed upper windows of the London Dental Institute. Fire damage is evident to the outside of the buildings pictured.
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PHO2009-216

Man seated at desk; Robert Wilson (Bob) Moffat.
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WD.009833

Rugby team. Nineteen players and three coaches. Two trophies on floor.
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WD.009696

Elevated exterior view of the Hen and Chickens Motel in Bell Block.
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WD.009808

Rugby team. Nineteen players and three coaches. Two trophies on floor.
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WD.009697

A group of four women wearing bathing suits. A large ribbon/banner at front reads 'East End Ladies'. From left to right the women are, Janet Davidson, Sheryl George, Robyn George and Nyla Easthope.
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WD.009828

Medical trolley manufactured by Howard Wright Pacific Ltd.
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WD.009807

A group of eleven women wearing bathing suits and one male coach. Left to right back row: Heather Corbett; David Emmett (coach) and Sheryl George. Left to right middle row: Carol Steffenson; Valda Walsh; Janet Davidson; Robyn George and Leonie McCray. Left to right front row: Nyla Easthope, Marnie Hooper, Clare Davis and Michelle Walsh (daughter of Valda Walsh).
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WD.009829

Millie Cooper holds her mokopuna (granddaughter) Kylie Cooper.
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WD.009858

Exterior of the Ivon Watkins Dow site.
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WD.009834

Young woman wearing cardigan.
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WD.009845

Exterior of the Ivon Watkins Dow site.
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WD.009836

Interior of T.S.B. Bank. Teller's counter.
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WD.009840

Exterior of the Ivon Watkins Dow site.
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WD.009837

Interior of T.S.B. Bank. Teller's counter and desk.
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WD.009839

Interior of T.S.B. Bank. Teller's counter.
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WD.009844

Interior of T.S.B. Bank. Teller's counter and desk.
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WD.009841

Large crowd gathered outside the Government Buildings on Devon Street, New Plymouth, to welcome Governor Lieutenant-General Sir William Francis Drummond Jervois to Taranaki. The majority of the crowd is standing but some are sitting on horses or are in carriages. Some also hold umbrellas. A group of children are pictured singing the national anthem in front of the Government Buildings. Jervois was Governor of New Zealand from 20 January 1883 until 22 March 1889.
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PHO2009-220

Interior of T.S.B. Bank. Teller's counter.
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WD.009842

Interior of T.S.B. Bank. Desk with calendar reading to 18th July 1978.
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WD.009843

Interior of T.S.B. Bank. Teller's counter.
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WD.009838

Millie Cooper holds her mokopuna (granddaughter) Kylie Cooper.
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WD.009859

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Dog, possibly a terrier.
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WD.009853

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Seated dog, possibly a pointer.
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WD.009852

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Two Servicemen wearing caps. Brothers Terry Davis from H.M.N.Z.S. Canterbury and Gregory Davis from H.M.N.Z.S. Tasman.
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WD.009864
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