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Devon Street West, New Plymouth, looking towards the Clock Tower. A tram can be seen in the centre of the image. There are cyclists on the road and cars parked to the side of the road. A "Frost Dentist" sign can be seen in the foreground of the right corner. Shops line both sides of the road and GC Tait Chemist is on the left side of the road.
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PHO2009-215

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Studio portrait of Mr J H M (James Henry Morris) Good. He stands beside a pillar with his left hand resting on it. He has his hat off and is holding this in his right hand by his side. He is dressed in a long dark coloured suit jacket with light pants and a dark tie.
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PHO2009-217

Copy photograph of Rangitiatia Te Wehi (1879-1915), wife of William Rangiteihinga Pratt. Te Wehi is wearing a dress with a large brooch fixed at the neck. She is holding flowers. She has a moko on her chin.
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PHO2009-235

Copy photograph of William Rangiteihinga Pratt (1871-1950). Pratt is holding a taiaha across his body.
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PHO2009-238

Group portrait of the Fleming-Byrnes wedding. The groom is Ritchie Fleming and the bride is Molly Byrnes. They stand in the centre of the photograph in the front while guests surround them. Some guests are standing and some are sitting. The photograph appears to have been taken in a paddock or field. Trees and a gate are visible behind the group.
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PHO2009-236

View of Poet's Bridge seen across Pukekura Park's main lake with Mt Egmont and hilly terraine behind. There are trees on the lake edge in the foreground.
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PHO2009-251

Five horses with three horses in the front and two behind them pull a cart laden with full sacks on a dirt road. There is a man sitting on top of the sacks guiding the horses. Behind the cart is a small shed which is also being drawn by the horses. There is a sixth horse facing sideways to the shed. Wooden buildings can be seen in the background.
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PHO2009-297

Three Maori men stand under a canopy of trees. The man on the right has an axe slung over his right shoulder and the man in the middle has an axe in his right hand and the head is resting on the ground. There is a vast amount of bush around them. A tree trunk with a "V" cut out of it near the bottom is visible in the right foreground.
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PHO2009-298

Head and shoulder portrait of Robert Dudley Cameron. He is wearing a dark suit and tie. He has a light coloured shirt on. His arms are crossed and he is facing to the left slightly.
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PHO2009-302

Four men work on roller and crusher machinery which is in operation.
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PHO2009-304

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Studio half length portrait of Mr Brynes. He is seated on a chair and rests his left elbow on a table beside him. He is wearing a suit jacket with shirt and tie.
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PHO2009-277

Name/Title
Studio portrait of Miss Byrnes. She is sitting on a chair with her legs crossed. She has her left hand on her cheek and her left elbow rested on the table beside her. She is wearing a hat and is holding a white object in her right hand which is rested on her right knee.
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PHO2009-276

Converted ex-army Bren-gun carriers used as hedgecutters and sweepers by Butler Bros, hedgecutting contractors, Inglewood. The hedgecutter on the left cuts a hedge and the sweeper collects the cut branches. The number three cutter is driven by Rex and the number three sweeper is driven by Lou. The blade of the cutter can be seen moving and cutting the bush. The cutter has "L Butler, Inglewood, PAT 96200" on the side.
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PHO2009-295

Name/Title
Kahui Road Creamery with man pictured on horse in front of creamery building. He holds an object under one arm. Another man is visible standing in the opening in the side of the building. There is a dog to the left side of him. This was the first factory on the Upper Kahui Road on the same site as the present factory. It was built by Jacob Rothery about 1895. The creamery later became part of the Crown Dairy Company.
Accession No
PHO2009-285

Wedding party consisting of bride and groom and bridesmaid and groomsman. The groom is seated on the left side with his wife standing next to him and then the bridesmaid next to her with the groomsman seated next to her on the far right. Both of the men are holding white gloves and have dark suits on with light coloured shirts underneath. The bride and bridesmaid have a large bunch of flowers. The bridesmaid has on a dark hat while the bride has a hairpiece and veil. Both are in light coloured dresses. The photograph has been taken outdoors.
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PHO2009-259

Group photograph of guests from the wedding. Bride and groom stand in the front with groomsman and bridesmaid to the side. The remainder of the group are formed around them. Photograph has been taken in a paddock or something similar.
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PHO2009-260

The interior of the Feaver's Chemist is shown with bottles on the shelves.
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PHO2009-263

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View of Opunake Beach looking towards the wharf. A number of boat sheds line the shore, and there are many people on the beach.
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PHO2011-0007

View across Opunake Bay from Wharf Hill.
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PHO2011-0008

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View of the wharf at Opunake Bay.
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PHO2011-0009

View of Opunake Bay and the S. S. Rimu anchored near the wharf.
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PHO2011-0010

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View of Opunake Bay from the edge of the wharf. In the bay a ship is anchored, and a row boat is heading towards the shore. Several people stand on the wharf.
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PHO2011-0011

The ship "Aratapu" moored alongside the Opunake Wharf. A crowd of people stand near the ship on the wharf.
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PHO2011-0012

B. A. Layard standing in an outdoor setting. On a chair beside him there are a number of Maori taonga arranged on a chair. Several of the artefacts are in Puke Ariki's collection.
Accession No
PHO2011-0038

Name/Title
The Feaver family. Seated in the back row from left are: Margaret Feaver (Radford), Kate Feaver (Lawrence), Tom Feaver, Sam Feaver, Billie Feaver (Callander). Front row from left are Lorna Burke, Jessie Feaver (Burke), Bill Burke (on stool), Gwladys Feaver (holding Ann Radford later Hickey), Samuel Feaver, Joe Feaver and Jim Feaver.
Accession No
PHO2011-0040
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