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View of the Taranaki Herald and Budget building on Currie Street, New Plymouth. A crowd of young newspaper delivery boys is gathered outside the building and several bicycles rest by the pavement. Two cars are parked in the street on the right hand side of the photograph. The building was demolished in 1984.
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A group of commerical travllers in fancy dress pose around a truck parked outside the White Hart Hotel, New Plymouth. Some of the travllers are on the back and cab of the truck while others stand in front. There is an up-right piano on the back of the truck. Three women in uniform or fancy dress lean out an open window on the right hand side of the hotel. V. C. Griffith, Cecil Granger are amongst the travellers.
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Formal group portrait of staff from the Taranaki Herald taken in 1927. The group is arranged in five rows with the people on the front row sitting on a rug on the floor. The group is largely made up of men, with three women in the centre and a woman on each end in the second row from front. The men are all wearing suits with ties.

The photograph may have been taken as part of the Herald's 75th year celebrations. It is mounted in a cardboard folder.

From left in the top row: A. Martin, J. Smith, L. Harvey, T. Dickson, F. Kelly and L. McCann
From left in the second row: C. Newell, G. Andrews, A. Evans, F. Robinson, H. Cox, A. Farmer, C. Downes, R. Burns, S. Rowlands and Alex Bowie.
From left in the third row: F. Mackay, R.L. Cooper, L. Hammond, Miss H. Wilson, Miss J. Mackie, Miss E. Revell, A. Courtney, H. Plumb , E. Revell and J. Johnson.
From left in the forth row (seated): Miss P. Fitzgerald, Hercules Moon, V. Hoskin, L. Rae, Walter C. Weston (owner of the Taranaki Herald), G.H. Dolby, A.T. Moore, G. Neal and Miss M. Erskine.
From left in the bottom row (seated on the ground): L. Gibson, D. Hetherington, G. Wells, A. West, R. Revell, W. Worn, Tony Hugh Philpott, George Smith and R. Laurent.
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Michael Rhody Horgan and Annie Louise Horgan (nee Goodwin) on their wedding day. The bride wears a lacy veil and carries a bouquet of flowers. The groom wears a three piece suit and bow-tie. He holds a pair of gloves, there is a handkerchief in his breast pocket and flowers in his button hole. There is a chain with a pendant hanging across his waistcoat. They stand in front of a studio backdrop.
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