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Album page with a photograph of New Plymouth Sash and Door Company Gill Street premises and a photograph of what is possibly a gecko. In the Sash and Door Company photograph a small truck and a larger truck pulling loads of woods and cut timber are parked outside. Four men lean on these vehicles. A sign on the building reads "Sash & Door Co" and a sign on one of the vehicles reads "New Plymouth Sash & Door Coy Ltd".
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PHO2012-0397

Interior view of New Plymouth Sash and Door Company Gill Street factory. Staff members are seen standing next to various pieces of large milling machinery. There is a large pile of cut timber on the middle of the composition.
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PHO2012-0400

View of Peace celebrations in Devon Street,celebrating the armistice and end of World War One. A long procession leads eastwards up Devon Street. The procession includes a decorated truck, several people dressed as clowns and a large group of young men lead by a drummer. Crowds of observers line either side of the street. More people watch from the awnings of shops.
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PHO2012-0402

A group of six men stand outside Smart Bros Plumbers and Gasfitters office and showrooms on the corner of Powderham and Brougham Streets, New Plymouth. One man is sitting on a ladder. Amongst the men are W. Nutt, F. McKeown, H. Coppen, G. White and L. Patterson.
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PHO2012-0405

Album page with a photograph adhered on both sides. The first photograph is of a large crowd of people gathered outside the Provincial Council Chambers on Brougham Street, New Plymouth in the rain. Many of the people are holding opened umbrellas. More people are at the windows of the building and atop the portico of the entrance. The mayor of New Plymouth, Edward Dockrill reads a proclamation to the crowd from the portico. The chambers building is decorated with flags including the New Zealand flag and Union Jack. A banner on the portico reads "Long Live the King". The photograph on the other side shows the interior of an unknown church.
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PHO2012-0406

Copy photograph of a view looking East down Devon Street, New Plymouth. Caption information written the mount identifies the buildings on the left hand side of the street as the White Hart Hotel, a bakers, Mrs Fishleigh's restaurant, Robert Cunningham's boot shop, Augustus Daley's store, Tom Wildman's music shop and the Masonic Hotel.
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PHO2012-0407

Copy photograph of the South West corner of Devon and Brougham Streets, New Plymouth. Caption information identifies the building on the corner as Black's Bakery. The Ship Inn is visible along from the bakery. The large building on the extreme left of the photograph was erected for R. M. Honeywill. It was completed in June 1868.
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PHO2012-0408

Album page with four photographs relating to Pukearuhe Redoubt on one side and a memorial to the Hunter Brothers on the other. Three of the photographs of Pukearuhe Redoubt show men, women and children sitting and standing outside thatched buildings. The fourth photograph is a view of the Pukearuhe amongst landscape.
The Hunter Brothers Memorial photograph shows a memorial in the form of an urn on an obelisk atop a pedestal which is inscribed with text.
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PHO2012-0409

A building, identified as Shaws Building, is under construction in Brougham Street, New Plymouth. There is scaffolding over the building's facade. Twelve men, possibly construction workers, lean against a fence in front of the building. There is also a bicycle leaning against the fence.
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PHO2012-0422

The Carnegie Public Library on King Street, New Plymouth is seen under construction. Scaffolding surrounds the lower level of the building. Four workers are standing on the scaffolding around the building's portico while another four stand in front of the portico at street level. Amongst the workers are: L. Patterson, F. Reed, ? Reed, S. Brookes, F. McKeown, C. Coleman, D. Scott and G. Gunson.
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PHO2012-0424

Three photographs mounted together to form a panorama of New Plymouth from Fort Niger.
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PHO2012-0425

View of a portion of the Pukekura Park (also known as the Recreation Grounds), New Plymouth. The grounds are clad thickly in pongas and other trees. A bend in a road is visible on the right hand side of the photograph. Part of a wooden structure is visible in the dell area on the left.
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PHO2012-0430

View of the Fernery at Pukekura Park, New Plymouth. The view shows a grassy area surrounded by ponga trees. There is a circular fountain in the middle of this grassed area.
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PHO2012-0431

View of a portion of Pukekura Park, New Plymouth. The tops of glass houses are visible on the left.
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PHO2012-0432

Four members of the band "Gumboot Tango" pose outside a wooden building with their instruments. Alan Muggeridge is second from the left, Janet Muggeridge is third from the left.
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PHO2012-0433

View looking north west over New Plymouth from Marsland Hill. The roof of St Mary's Church is visible in the foreground to the right. Mount Eliot (Puke Ariki) is visible in the distance in the right of the photograph.
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PHO2012-0481

Part of a larger wedding photograph of the wedding of Wyndham Harry Wills to Josephine Phyllis Green, the rest of the photograph has been lost. The surviving part shows twelve adults and a young boy seated and standing in an outdoor setting. Seated fourth and fifth from the left are Wyndham Wills' parents, Thomas John Wills and Martha Wills (nee Bishop). Thomas and Martha were passsengers on the Timandra. Thomas is wearing the New Zealand medal he was awarded for his involvement in the Taranaki Wars.
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PHO2012-0506

Studio portrait of three generations of women. Mrs Martha Wills, nee Bishop, is seated in the centre in a cane armchair. Martha's daughter Pamela Louisa (Eliza) Willing, nee Wills, stands on the left of the photograph. Pamela's daughter Isabella Roseline Maidstone Willing (later Hawkins), is standing on the right. A table and plants are visible on the left of the photograph.
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PHO2012-0507

Portrait of Fred Grundy dressed in a magician's costume including a top-hat and bow-tie. Fred holds a deck of cards in a 'fan' with his left hand and points to the cards with his right hand.
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PHO2013-0033

View of the single-storied wooden blacksmith premises of John Herbert Revell. A sign on the building reads "J. H. REVELL Horse Shoer & General Smith". A horse and a man wearing an apron are standing in front of the building. The building was probably located on Gill Street, New Plymouth.
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PHO2013-0048

Paddy Smith stands in front of a tree with a black and white calf. She is holding a large cup or trophy in her left hand. The calf is wearing a white halter and has two ribbons with the words "1st REARING SNR" and "2nd LEADING SNR" draped over its back.
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PHO2013-0068

Paddy Smith stands in front of a tree with two calves holding a large and small cup in her left hand. She has two ribbons with the words "1st REARING SNR" and "3rd LEADING SNR" draped over her right shoulder. In her right hand she holds the lead to a halter on one calf while the head of the other calf is visible in the lower right corner.
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PHO2013-0069

Formal portrait of eight former presidents of the Taranaki Women's Club. The women are seated in two rows. Standing in the back row are Mrs D. Anstis (president 1975-1976), Mrs M. Mercer (president 1981-1983 and 1989-1990), Mrs E. King (president 1984-85), Mrs T. Petch (president 1986-1988) and Mrs I. Burn (president 1991-1992). Seated in the front row are Mrs G. Ormrod (president 1994-1996), Mrs I. V. Hills (president 1999) and Mrs N. Colson (president 1993 and 1997-1998). The photograph was taken in the Taranaki Women's Club clubrooms on Powderham Street, New Plymouth. Furniture is visible behind them.
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PHO2013-0149

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Portrait of Mary Ann Tatton, wife of William Tatton. Her hair is in ringlets and she is wearing a black dress with white collar and a small bonnet. She arrived in New Plymouth on the ship 'Eden' from London on 29 October 1850. She is the mother of Emma Tatton, who married Henry des Forges.
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A66.428

Black and white photographic image depicting a view of Devon Street, New Plymouth from the Currie Street corner showing the Native Office being removed from Lower Brougham Street.
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A64.063
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