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Group of logging workers pose on top of logs which have been cut down. Browns Hauler is visible in the left side of the photograph. Setting is in the forest where trees have been cut down.
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PHO2008-1691

House of William Henry Aburn on land between Bell Block and Waitara. Four figures are depicted standing outside the house.
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PHO2009-239

Miss Agnes Read playing tennis at the New Plymouth Tennis Club. The New Plymouth Hospital is located on the hill behind the courts.
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PHO2007-113

An informal group portrait of four doctors seated on a bench in front of the New Plymouth Nurses Home, c 1932. Unidentified sitters, although possibly associated with the x-ray department.
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PHO2007-114

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Studio portrait of Hapurona, fighting chief of the Wi-Kingi forces. He has a full facial beard and is wearing a cloak.
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PHO2009-348

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Portrait of the Willing family. Pictured from left to right are: Isabella Roseline (b.1891), Thomas (father, b.1862), Percy Douglas Willing (b.1894), Pamela Eliza Willing (mother, b.1869) and Thomas Elwin Willing (b.1892).
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PHO2010-0265

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Bust portrait of Alice Willing (b. 1 August 1866, d. 9 July 1945). Daughter of William Willing and Cecelia Willing (nee Needham). Alice married Edwin Burfield Langley in 1887.
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PHO2010-0268

Black and white photograph of Liardet Street model railway grounds. Model train driver sitting astride train with group of children aboard and spectators both sitting in front of and standing behind a fence. Houses and cars on Liardet Street visible in background.
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PHO2008-157

Black and white photograph of Liardet Street model railway grounds. No. 2 train on track with two passengers aboard.
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PHO2008-158

Black and white photograph of Liardet Street model railway grounds. 70059 train being inspected by a young boy and a man wearing a hat. The man in the hat crouches at the engine end of the train. Two other figures, with their backs to the train, are visible in the background.
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PHO2008-159

Collection of colour photographs related to the opening of Puke Ariki in 2003. Includes photographs of the dawn blessing (powhiri) and various opening functions.
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PHO2008-178

New Plymouth railway station on the beach-front. Shows a pedestrian over-bridge in the foreground and New Plymouth township in the distance.
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PHO2008-1902

Two men stand in front of an oil bore. There is a tall pole with wires coming from it and a wooden wheel connected to one of these. There are trees in the background behind the bore. The McGregors Oil Bore was located in Whangamomona.
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PHO2009-001

Male cyclists cycling around a corner on the grass track at Jubilee Park in Inglewood. There are a number of people in the background on a hill overlooking the track. There is a wooden fence between the edge of the track and the spectators.
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PHO2009-006

Copy photograph of a portrait of Abraham Walley Mohammed Salaman. Salaman is wearing a jacket, scarf and glasses. He is looking directly at the camera.
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PHO2011-1991

View of lower Brougham Street, New Plymouth. The Royal Hotel is pictured in the foreground on the left. Three men are standing on the pavement in front of the hotel. The Masonic Hotel is visible middle right, on the corner of Devon and Brougham streets. Several other figures are standing at the intersection with Devon Street. Two horse drawn carts are visible on the street.
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PHO2011-2365

View of the exterior of the Royal Hotel, corner of Brougham and Ariki streets, New Plymouth.
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PHO2011-2366

View of the exterior of the Royal Hotel, Brougham Street, New Plymouth. The hotel's signage can be seen on the roofline of the building. A car is parked outside the hotel. On the left of the immediate foreground signage for the "KiaOra Taxi Garage" is visible. Another vehicle and numerous people can be seen standing on Brougham Street and the pavement.
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PHO2011-2367

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Thirty-one people, twenty-one women and ten men, are gathered in three rows in front of the wall of a large building. This photo is of Parker family. It's believed the photo was taken in Wellington. The second man in the back row from the left side is Joseph Neno Parker and his wife is the fourth lady in the front row from the left, Eliza Parker (nee Collingwood). On the far right hand side, back row, is William Parker. Joseph and Eliza married in New Plymouth in 1889.
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PHO2011-2487

A view of Devon St, New Plymouth looking west from near Liardet St. The photograph is taken from the middle of the road looking down the hill. There are several tramlines running along the road and tram cables are visible overhead. There are cars parked on either side of the street and some mena dn women are crossing the street. Some of the shops signs are visible including "McEwen Bros Bootmakers" and "Murchison Hardware."
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PHO2011-2488

Kenneth Charles [Ken] Morgan (left), Leslie John Cecil Medway [Jack; nickname 'Nuts'] Medway (centre) and Ray Cursons (right) walking in a military training camp, possibly Palmerston North, prior to being posted during WWII. Both Morgan and Medway are shirtless and are wearing trousers with suspenders. Medway's suspenders are hanging off his trousers. Medway is holding an object in one hand. Cursons is also wearing trousers and a shirt. He has an object tucked under his arm. All three men are looking directly at the camera. Military buildings and bell tents are visible in the background. Morgan and Medway were best friends from New Plymouth. In 1943 Medway was posted to Italy with the 22 Infantry Battalion. He was killed in action on 30 July 1944. Five days before he died he wrote a letter to Morgan, which was found amongst his possessions after he died and was returned to his family. The letter was forwarded to Morgan in 2004 by Brian Medway, Jack Medway's brother, 60 years after it was originally written (see ARC2011-265).
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PHO2011-2489

Three photographs have been joined together to form a panorama of the Pukekura Park Sportsground during the 1949 New Zealand Pipe Band Contest. A group of pipe bands is gathered in the centre of the sportground. A large audience watches from the terraces.
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PHO2012-0224

A large crowd of people is queued up outside the Whites Ltd building on Devon Street, New Plymouth during a wool sale in 1942. Wool was being rationed at the time due to World War II.Tram lines are visible in the street and a tram can be seen leaving the frame on the extreme left hand side of the photograph.
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PHO2012-0314

Candid photograph of a large number of women crowded into Whites Ltd during a wool sale in 1942. Wool was being rationed at the time because of World War II. Some women stand at or lean on long wooden tables on the right hand side of the photograph. Ration books are visible on these tables.
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PHO2012-0315

View the large queue of women gathered on the footpath outside Whites Ltd during a wool sale in 1942. Wool was being rationed due to World War II. One woman is seated on a chair beside the queue.
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PHO2012-0316
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