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The interior of the New Plymouth museum, showing a corner of the gallery and several display cases.
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PHO2011-2027

Front view of the house at 44 Buller Street, New Plymouth taken in 1976.
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PHO2011-2067

Front view of the house at 84 Buller Street, New Plymouth taken in 1976.
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PHO2011-2068

Front view of a house constructed or commissioned by Chew Chong, Buller Street New Plymouth taken in 1990.
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PHO2011-2069

Front view of a house constructed or commissioned by Chew Chong, on Buller Street New Plymouth taken in 1990.
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PHO2011-2070

Front view of a house constructed or commissioned by Chew Chong, on Buller Street New Plymouth taken in 1990.
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PHO2011-2071

Front view of a house constructed or commissioned by Chew Chong, on Buller Street New Plymouth taken in 1990.
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PHO2011-2072

Front view of a house constructed or commissioned by Chew Chong, on Buller Street New Plymouth taken in 1990.
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PHO2011-2073

Mr H. Newman's drapery, grocery and ironmongery, Opunake. From left to right are Mr Callender, F. Des Forges and H. Newman.
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PHO2011-2077

The New Plymouth foreshore looking towards Paritutu, Richmond cottage and the mouth of the Huatoki in the foreground.
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PHO2011-2079

A crowd of people seated on the viewing terraces next to the sportsground at Pukekura Park.
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PHO2011-2081

Shows carvings on the wall of a cave at Rapanui beach, north of Tongaporutu.
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PHO2011-0912

Shows two men, identified as C. Murdoch and R. Allan, examining the carvings on the wall of a cave at Rapanui beach, north of Tongaporutu.
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PHO2011-0913

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Shows a rock with two large spiral carvings. The rock was found on Mr Young's property in Oaonui.
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PHO2011-0915

Shows two women working on excavation site at Warea redoubt, Warea. NZAA site number P20/17.
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PHO2011-0932

Five homes, built in a row on York Terrace, by Thomas Hirst for him and his wife along with homes for several of his daughters (including a daughter in law). The houses were built for: 1. Annis Hamerton (nee Hirst); 2. Jane Marshall (nee Hirst); 3. Jane Hirst (daughter in law, nee George); 4. Mary Devenish (nee Hirst); 5. Harriet Fookes (nee Hirst); and a home he built for himself and his wife Grace (nee Bracken). The road subsequently formed Pendarves St, with Hirst's house at the intersection with Elliot St.
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PHO2011-1004

Part of Henui Cemetery in the foreground and William Henry Scotland's cottage.
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PHO2011-1102

The Hirst family home on Cameron Street. The photograph is taken near the top of Eliot Street, New Plymouth. A man sits in a carriage holding the reins of a horse in the foreground. Central School in in the midground and in the distance the Sugarloaf Islands and Paritutu can be seen.
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PHO2011-1101

Street view of Ambury Brothers Drapery, on the corner of Brougham and Devon Streets looking up Brougham Street. A group of people can be seen standing on the footpath outside the shop front.
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PHO2011-0479

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Mr Henry Revell, a passenger on the William Bryan.
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PHO2011-0824

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Mr William Revell, a passenger on the William Bryan.
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PHO2011-0825

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Mrs Samuel Revell, the mother of Henry Revell and a passenger on the William Bryan.
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PHO2011-0827

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Mr Charles Revell, a passenger on the William Bryan in 1841.
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PHO2011-0826

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Shows side view of tauihu outside the meeting house at Owae marae. Tauihiu was found in a swamp north of the marae. The tauihu is in excellent condition - including a complete forward facing figure at the front of the prow. The head of this figure has subsequently been broken off and misplaced.
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PHO2011-0689

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Shows tauihu outside the meeting house at Owae marae. Image has been taken from the rear of the tauihu looking down to the front end. Tauihiu was found in a swamp north of the marae. The tauihu is in excellent condition - including a complete forward facing figure at the front of the prow. The head of this figure has subsequently been broken off and misplaced.
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PHO2011-0690
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