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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 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

Architectural plan for the Bank of New Zealand, Waitara branch. Unknown architect and date.
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ARC2013-1576

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 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 of the alterations and additions to the New Plymouth Post Office and Clock Tower on the corner of Devon, Robe and Silver Streets New Plymouth.
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ARC2013-1550

Architectural plan of a proposed observatory for the New Plymouth Astronomical Society. Plan shows floor plan and elevation. Undated.
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ARC2013-1549

Architectural plans for an opera house, museum, concert chamber and municipal chamber for New Plymouth. The building was to straddle the Huatoki River and was never constructed. Undated.
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ARC2013-1548

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

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 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
Accession No
ARC2009-171

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
Accession No
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
Accession No
ARC2008-197

Blueprint plan for a house in Vivian Street, New Plymouth for E Douch. Includes North, south, east, west elevations; Section plan; Ground floor plan; First floor plan; Elevation of gate and garage; Detail of kitchen fittings; block and drainage plan.
Inset: ‘Drawing no.1’
Architects. Griffiths & Stephenson. July 1935
458mm x 727mm
Accession No
ARC2008-183

Blueprint plan for a private hotel in Gill Street New Plymouth. Includes North, east, west and south elevations; Ground and first floor plans; Section plans; Detail of fittings for Drawing Room; Lighting and power points in red ink. Drainage plan.
Architects Griffiths & Stephenson. July 1935
775mm x 575mm
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ARC2008-173

Location sketch showing the location of lakes, the sportsground, planting areas, buildings in Pukekura Park and the entrances to Fillis and Liardet Streets. Architects Sanderson & Griffiths. 9 November 1910.
Ink and colour wash on paper. 395mm x 660mm
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ARC2008-168

Architectural plan for the office and store building of the Taranaki Electric Power Board on Bridge Street in Eltham. Architect and date created unknown.
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ARC2005-54

Architectural sketch for a residence created for R.H. Welsh in April 1926. Architect unknown.
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ARC2005-146

Architectural sketch for a residence in Stratford. Created for Mr. C. Wright. Architect and date created unknown.
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ARC2005-145

Architectural plan for the additions to the Whites Limited premises located on Devon Street in New Plymouth. Created by architects Griffiths and Stephenson in September 1933.
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ARC2005-120

Architectural plans for the Hawera Fire Brigade Station, created in 1914.
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ARC2004-819
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