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An architectural plan for the shops and factory on Devon Street in New Plymouth. Created for by architect Thomas Bates for Building Investments Limited. Undated.
Accession No
ARC2004-1634

Province of Taranaki in 1862, showing buildings destroyed by natives since the commencement of the war, lands acquired, location of blockhouses, military positions unoccupied, native pas and sawmills. Signed in lower right corner, Octa. Carrington, Prov'l Surveyor, 10th July 1862.
Scale 1 inch to 2 miles. Size 61cm x 49.5cm.
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ARC2004-306

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Digital copy of a map drawn by Octavious Carrington Surveyor showing the land claims from Ngamotu to north of the Waitara River c.1845. Published in the British Parliamentary Papers 1846.
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ARC2006-003

Photocopies of a large map of New Plymouth drawn by Octavius Carrington. Annotation at bottom of map 'Original plan of the Town from which the selections were made. Octa Carrington. Surveyor to the New Zealand Company at New Plymouth'. Undated.
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ARC2007-230

Negative photocopy taken from a Lands and Survey Aperture Card R 84 of the names of people allocated sections within the township. Octavius Carrington. 1871
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ARC2007-232

Plan of a proposed maternity home at 55 Gover Street, New Plymouth for Mrs Ellis (known as Sister Ellis) showing ground and drainage plan, first floor plan, elevations and cross section drawn by Thomas Bates 1928.
Built in 1928 by Boon Brothers and named Timata Ora, the house operated as a maternity hospital until 1957 when it was closed and converted into a private residence. The home is currently run as Timata Ora Bed & Breakfast.
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ARC2009-169

In 1874 the military barracks on Marsland Hill, New Plymouth were converted into an immigration depot and used in this capacity for a number of years until 1891 when the building was condemned and part was given to the North Egmont Forest Board for use as an accommodation house at North Egmont and the remainder was dismantled.
A plan of the Marsland Hill Depot. "Octavious Carrington, Engineer in charge. PWD Taranaki 30 January 1874"
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ARC2009-220

Original plans for the construction of the New Plymouth Opera House by Thomas Bates, circa 1924.
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ARC2011-137

Architectural plans for a warehouse for John Avery Ltd, Currie Street New Plymouth. Drawn by architect Thomas Bates, April 1919.
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ARC2013-056

Architectual plans for proposed residence for Dr David Blackley, located on 32 Vivian Street, New Plymouth. Drawn by architect Thomas Bates, September 1929.
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ARC2013-1569

Architectural plan for the proposed office for State Fire Insurance located on Egmont Street in New Plymouth. Created by architect Thomas Bates in 1922.
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ARC2014-010

Architectural plan for the alterations and additions to the Y.M.C.A and Y.W.C.A building located on Powderham Street in New Plymouth. Created by architect Thomas Bates in 1934.
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ARC2014-011

Architectural plans of proposed building for the Bank of New South Wales on the corner of Devon and Currie Streets in New Plymouth. Created by architect Thomas Bates in 1925.
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ARC2014-012

Architectural plan and specifications for a proposed warehouse in New Plymouth. Created by architect Thomas Bates for Goldwater Brothers in November 1924.
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ARC2014-017

Architectural plans for the alterations to the Currie Street premises of the Taranaki Daily News Company. Created by architect Thomas Bates in July 1937.
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ARC2014-019

Architectural plan of a cottage to be erected on McLean Street in New Plymouth. Created by architect Thomas Bates for the New Plymouth Borough Council on 27 September 1920.
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ARC2014-026

Architectural plans for a business premises on Devon Street in New Plymouth. Created by architect Thomas Bates for the Taranaki Amusements Limited in June 1937.
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ARC2014-034

Two (from a set of seven) architectural plans for a dining block and maids quarters at New Plymouth Boys High School. Scale: 1/8 inch to 1 foot. Thomas Bates, 30 November 1938.
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ARC2017-323
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