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Poster. 'Koru: Fabric Artists'. Exhibition poster for exhibition held at Taranaki Museum, February 14-March 17. Depicts artwork displaying koru pattern.
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ARC2018-074

Sketch plan for the New Plymouth Cenotaph. Unknown maker and undated.
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ARC2014-137

Architectural plan showing the first floor of the War Memorial Library, Museum and Hall created by architects Taylor and Collins in April 1956. Areas on the plan have been annotated with the locations of museum exhibits for the Taranaki Museum.
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ARC2014-062

Architectural plan for a residence in Fitzroy. Created by architect Frank Messenger for Mr. Western in January 1909.
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ARC2014-030

Architectural plan for a bungalow on Fillis Street in New Plymouth. Created by architect Frank Messenger for C. Denny-Brown in February 1913.
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ARC2014-029

Architectural plan for two cottages. Created by architect Frank Messenger for the New Plymouth Borough Council. Undated.
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ARC2014-028

Architectural plans for the Taranaki Jockey Club created by architect Frank Messenger in 1909, 1912 and 1913.
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ARC2014-021

Architectural plans for London Chartered Bank of Australia new premises at Swan Hill, Melbourne. Created by Melbourne architects Oakden & Kemp in July-August 1892, possibly by Frank Messenger during his time working there.
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ARC2013-1588

Architectural plans for a premises on Egmont Street for E. Griffiths and Company. Drawn by architect Frank Messenger, September 1906
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ARC2013-1573

Architectural plan of proposed residence for Mrs W.J. Shaw, located on 111 Gover Street, New Plymouth. Plan shows ground and drainage plan, foundation plan, first floor plan, elevations, cross section and staircase details. Drawn by architect Frank Messenger, June 1905.
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ARC2013-1564

Architectural plan of the East End Fire Station to be shifted to Fitzroy. Plans show the original and altered floor plans and cross sections. Drawn by architect Frank Messenger. Undated.
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ARC2013-1554

Architectural plan for the proposed dining room addition at the New Plymouth Boys High School. Plan shows elevations, cross sections and ceiling plan. Drawn by architect Frank Messenger, December 1911.
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ARC2013-1553

Plans for the proposed Central Fire Station located on Liardet Street New Plymouth. Drawn for the New Plymouth Fire Board by architect Frank Messenger, April 1914.
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ARC2013-1552

Architectural drawing for the Kawaroa Band Rotunda, signed by architect Frank Messenger, April 1903. Shows front elevation and ground plan.
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ARC2013-1533

Architectural plan for additions to commercial premises Morey & Moore's building, King Street New Plymouth. Drawn by Frank Messenger, July 1905.
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ARC2013-1531

A collection of media articles and some ephemera for Taranaki artists, collected by Alison Robinson. Collection is indexed alphabetically by surname of the artist.
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ARC2013-1420

Two plans for a factory building for Messrs Fashions Ltd, Buller Street, New Plymouth. Plans created by Duffill, Laurenson & Townsend and Graeme Laurenson & Associates, circa 1950.
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ARC2013-1206

Plan and contract for proposed additions to the Omata Halll, designed by Frank Messenger, undated.
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ARC2013-060

Plan and specifications for fittings for a new shop at Waitara for Mr. W.P. Snell, designed by Frank Messenger, May 1911.
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ARC2013-059

Plan and specifications for additions to the ladies room in the grand stand for the Taranaki Jockey Club, designed by Frank Messenger, October 1915.
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ARC2013-058

A collection of material relating to Pam Bromley. The majority of the material consists of research notes for her publication ‘Hawera and District Centenary’. The collection also includes research for the opening of the Kiwi Dairy Company in Hawera, photographs of various locations around Hawera, photographs of the Douglas brickworks prior to demolition, research on the homestead of James Lysaght and a watercolour of the Church at Ketemarae Pa by Pam.
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ARC2011-271

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Research compiled by Pam Bromley on James Livingston.
James Livingston was a founding settler of the Patea district; he first arrived in South Taranaki in 1867. James fought in the Taranaki Wars. James gradually came to own 680 hectares of land at Waipapa. In 1880 the Waipapa property was added to by the purchase from the government of adjoining sections of the Waimate Plains. In 1900 the property, with the exception of 90 acres at Ohawe, on which Livingston retired, was taken over by the government at £20 per acre, to be subdivided for dairying. The settlement was named Tokaora or 'living stone'.
He was a community-minded man, being a founding member of many local organisations including the Egmont Racing Club, the Patea A & P Association, Egmont A & P Association, the Hawera Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, and the first Patea County Council. He was also a noted horticulturist.
He died at Hawera on 7 May 1915.
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ARC2011-270

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Research compiled by Pam Bromley for incomplete book 'The John Finlay Story 1855-1925’. Most of the research was compiled from scrapbooks made by John accessed through Harold Finlay.
Findlay owned a farm at Tokaora, five kilometres west of Hāwera and near the mouth of the Waingongoro River. It is one of the prime pieces of dairying real estate in the Waimate Plains. Tokaora’s name was derived from the first landholder in the area – James Livingston – and is a transliteration of his surname – ‘toka’(stone) and ora (life force). Part of the homestead was built in the mid-1860s at Waihi Redoubt, Normanby, moved to Hāwera in 1872-73 and thence to Tokaora in 1903. Also includes information on the 'totem poles' (poupou carvings) at Waihi, Normanby.
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ARC2011-269

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Research compiled by Pam Bromley relating to Peter Peterson. Peterson settled in Hawera and purchased 400 acres of land which he named “Springhill” c. 1873. During the 1880s an old house at Springhill was converted into a dairy factory, which was home to one of the first separators in the region. The dairy factor supplied Bell Brand butter to Wellington and later to England.
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ARC2011-268

Architectural plan by Frank Messenger for the second story addition to the New Plymouth Hospital nurses home, 1908.
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ARC2011-086
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