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Architectural plan for additions to Cardiff School, proposed partition in Cardiff School. Showing plans, section and elevation. Scale: 8 feet to 1 inch. Sanderson and Griffiths, 1907.
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ARC2017-309

Architectural plan for a residence on Bayly Road in Moturoa. Created by architects Griffiths and Syme for G.W. Hannan in July 1937.
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ARC2014-027

Architectural plan for additions to the Steward's Stand for the Taranaki Jockey Club. Created by architects Messenger, Griffiths and Taylor in 1929.
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ARC2014-023

Architectural plans for alterations to the Totalisator House for the Taranaki Jockey Club. Created by architects Messenger, Griffiths and Taylor in 1929.
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ARC2014-022

Architectural plans for alterations and additions to McGruers building located on Devon Street in New Plymouth. The building was later used by Smith and Browns. The collection includes blueprints created by architects Messenger, Griffiths & Taylor in 1929 and plans created by architects Griffiths & Stephenson in 1936.
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ARC2014-006

Architectual plan of proposed additions to the Fitzroy beach bathing shed. Showing ground floor plan, upper floor plan and elevations. Drawn by architect Griffiths & Syme and traced by C.L. Saxton for the New Plymouth Borough Council, September 1938.
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ARC2013-1568

Architectural plan and specifications of proposed residence for Mr E.R. Bean, located on the corner of Hobson Street and Gill Street, New Plymouth. Plan shows floor and drainage plans, elevations, cross section, interior joinery and window details. Drawn by architects Messenger, Griffith and Taylor, July 1921.
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ARC2013-1561

Architectural plans for alterations to the Jubilee Villa, located on the corner of Currie and Gill Streets, New Plymouth. The alterations were undertaken when Burgess, Fraser and Co. built a warehouse next door. Drawn by architect James Sanderson, c.1905.
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ARC2013-1560

Architectural plans for the proposed Barrett Street Nurses Home at the New Plymouth Hospital. Drawn in March 1918, by architects Messenger and Griffiths for the New Plymouth Hospital Board, Barrett Street New Plymouth.
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ARC2013-1555

Two architectural plans for residence at Manutahi for J. Douglas Scott Esq. Plans created by Architects Griffiths & Syme, New Plymouth and Stratford, September 1936.
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ARC2013-1209

Two blueprint plans by architects Messenger, Griffiths and Taylor, for a commercial building on Rata Street, Inglewood, for Robert B. Young.
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ARC2013-055

Plan and specifications by architects Griffiths and Stephenson for a private hotel, also known as The Cargil Hotel at 60 Gill Street, built for Mr. C. Carter. In subsequent years the building was operated as the Grand View Boarding House managed by Elsie Peters. Owners in 1935 were Herbert and Sara Giles.
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ARC2013-053

Plan and specifications for a residence for Mrs E.M. Honeyfield on South Road, New Plymouth. South Road later became St Aubyn Street and this property later became no. 211. Designed by architects Griffiths & Syme in March 1940.
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ARC2013-042

Plans for the residence of Mr Charles Butcher on the corner of Wickstead and Hursthouse Streets, New Plymouth. Designed by Messenger, Griffith and Taylor Architects, February 1927.
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ARC2013-037

Plan and specifications for the Presbyterian Manse at 126 Gill Street, New Plymouth. Designed by Messenger, Griffith and Taylor, October 1920.
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ARC2013-035

Two architectural blueprint plans for alterations to residence No. 184 Gill Street for Mr. F. S. Butler by Messenger, Griffiths & Taylor, October 1922. Also includes 1pp correspondence from Messenger, Griffiths & Taylor to F.S. Butler regarding tenders received to carry out alterations.
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ARC2012-102

Architectural blueprint designed by architects Messenger, Griffiths & Taylor for the New Plymouth Savings Bank, 1929.
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ARC2011-087

Architectural blueprint for Ambury Memorial, erected beside the summit of Mt. Taranaki near Razorback Track at North Egmont.
On 3 June 1918 Arthur Hamilton Ambury, an experienced mountain climber, died near the summit of Mt. Taranaki while trying to rescue a group of stranded climbers. The gallantry of this attempt to save lives against almost impossible odds and the respect for Ambury as citizen and devoted Egmont climber brought a depth of feeling that has few parallels in Taranaki, especially as Ambury was the father of four young children. In October 1919 the Governor-General, Lord Liverpool, at a public reception in New Plymouth, presented Mrs Ambury with the Albert Medal with the words, “His Majesty the King has commanded me to hand to Mrs Ambury the Albert Medal gained by her late husband for very gallant conduct.” On Good Friday that year, 1919, the Mayor of New Plymouth unveiled the memorial, designed by architectural firm Messenger and Griffiths, at North Egmont. There are also a set of bluffs on the North side of Mt Taranaki which bear his name: ‘Ambury Bluff’ west of Humphries Castle.
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ARC2011-084

Plans for the Memorial Entry at Pukekura Park created by articutural firm Griffiths & Syme in 1937.
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ARC2011-083

Architectural plans and specifications of a warehouse for Burgess, Fraser and Co. located on Currie Street, New Plymouth. Drawn by architect James Sanderson, 1905.
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ARC2009-60

As a result of the decision to erect a memorial to Imperial and Colonial forces who fought and died in during the Maori Wars, the Marsland Hill Memorial Committee was formed in 1906. The task set before the committee was to decide on the type, site and costing of the memorial and to set in motion a fund raising scheme to finance the plans. The monument, a statue of a man in the uniform of the Armed Constabulary, was unveiled on the 7 May 1909.
Drawing for the Marsland Hill memorial. Features the front elevation and base. Signed by F Mace and Mr Sanderson. Undated. 610mm H x 340mm W
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ARC2009-171

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Original blueprints by Messenger Griffith & Taylor. March 1928 and additions to the CC Ward building including a new back portion and also plans for renovations carried out in 1985 by TSE Group.
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ARC2009-153

Architectural plan of the Ngamotu Masonic Lodge located on the corner of Liardet and Leach Streets, New Plymouth. Pen and colour wash. Includes Front perspective sketch and floor plan.
Architects. Griffiths & Stephenson. September 1935
510mm x 724mm
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ARC2008-199

Blueprint plan for business premises, Devon Street, for the New Plymouth Friendly Societies Dispensary Ltd.
Includes Ground floor plan; First floor plan; front elevation; cross section exterior; East elevation; longitudinal section; Cross section interior; Shop fittings; Staircase detail; Elevation window detail shop front.
Architects. Griffith & Stephenson. August 1932.
525mm x 665mm
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ARC2008-197

Blueprint of a proposed house in Vivian Street for Dr. P. C. Davie. Includes North, west, east, south elevations; Ground floor plan; First floor plan; Section plan; Details of fittings: kitchen, passage cupboard, hall, drawing room; Site plan with path and future garage site.
Architects Messenger, Griffiths & Taylor. 1930
537mm x 723mm
Accession No
ARC2008-196
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