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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

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

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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

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

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

Studio portrait of Follett Carrington, son of Octavius Carrington. Follett is standing on a chair and rests one arm on a pedestal that is supporting a sculpture. He holds an unidentified object in the other hand. He is wearing a dress, trousers and boots.
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PHO2009-223

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Studio portrait of Wikitoria Kepa (Kemp). Kepa is seated and is looking away from the photographer. She is wearing a dress with lace details and has a cross hanging around her neck.
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PHO2009-224

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

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

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

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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.
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PHO2009-285

Ambrotype portrait of Edwin Earp and an unidentified woman, possibly his wife. Both are seated and are looking directly at the camera. Earp is wearing a suit and the woman is wearing a checkered dress with a lace collar. The portrait is hand tinted. Earp has a silver fob chain and gold buttons added and the woman has a gold brooch and a fleck of gold on her hand (presumably to indicate a wedding ring). The woman also holds a book in one hand, which has some gold highlighting added to it. The portrait has a gold metal matt and a patterned metal frame around the matt. The portrait is contained in a leather-bound case, possibly removed from a lidded case.
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PHO2010-0746

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Ambrotype portrait of an unidentified man. He is seated and is wearing a suit with a scarf/tie. Two specks of gold paint have been added to the scarf/tie and his shirt. The portrait is framed by a gold metal matt with an oval window. An embossed metal frame surrounds the matt. The portrait is contained within a leather-bound case, possibly removed from a lidded case. A metal ring is attached to the top of the case.
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PHO2010-0747

An unidentified man approaches the finish line of the Round the Mountain Cycle Race. Roy Yardley stands at the finish line next to Mrs Collen Allen, the race officials.
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PHO2011-0001

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A. E. Wood seated on a bicycle. Three trophies and a sheild are next to him. Wood completed the Round the Mountain Cycle Race in 5 hours, 50 minutes and 15 seconds.
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PHO2011-0002

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H. F. Bayley of New Plymouth, standing with is bicycle next to a table with trophies and ribbons. Bayley completed the race in 4 hours, 12 minutes and 48 seconds.
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PHO2011-0003

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C. Parker of New Plymouth, posed on his bicycle. Parker completed the Round the Mountain Cycle Race in 4 hours, 43 minutes and 49 seconds.
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PHO2011-0004

W. Dalton at the start of the Round the Mountain Cycle Race, on Devon Street in New Plymouth. Dalton is waving to the crowd on either side of the street.
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PHO2011-0005

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Tintype portrait of two children standing on stone steps outside an unidentified building. The boy is wearing a cardigan, trousers and shoes and the girl is wearing a dress with a light colour around the sleeves and collar, stockings and boots. Both children are looking directly at the camera and are not smiling.
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A96.282

View of the Te Henui Stream and the Devon Street bridge. Te Henui Vicarage can be seen in the background to the right of the photograph. The house to the left of the photograph is possibly Henry Scotland's house.
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PHO2011-0069

Centennial commemoration at Turuturu Mōkai redoubt, Hāwera. Shows Rigby Allan making his speech. Behind him is a car and three men. The right side of the image is slightly obscured by the photographers finger. The centennial commemoration was a joint occasion between Te Ngutu o Te Manu and Turuturu Mōkai.
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PHO2011-0189

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Shows a waka, propped up on two cement blocks, in the grass at a quarry in Okato. A man is inspecting the waka. This waka was used on a parade float in the Okato centennial in 1965.
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PHO2011-0212

Harry Hinrik Peters (1852-1941) tending to the garden at the front of his Kaimiro home.
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PHO2011-0020

The Kaimata Co-Operative Dairy Factory. The building was designed by Messenger & Taylor and built by J. Simmons in 1935.
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PHO2011-0256
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