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Plans for additions to the White Hart Hotel, New Plymouth. Includes verandah and balcony plans and alterations to the bar areas. Architect Frank Messenger. July-August 1900.
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ARC2009-157

Ground plan and front elevation plans for the proposed additions to the residence, 1 Hine Street, New Plymouth for E. J. Morshead. Architect Frank Messenger. March 1908
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ARC2009-159

Plan of residence for Mr L W Alexander of Okato showing floor plan, four elevations and cross sections. Built by John Healy and designed by Frank Messenger in 1895 . These plans are part of the contract documents. Also plans showing additions to the residence showing the floor plan, elevations and cross sections. 1902
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ARC2009-160

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

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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An interview by Alison Robinson with Jean Parkes (nee Needham) at the Eventide Home, Eltham as part of research for 'More Taranaki talk' / stories collected & edited by Alison Robinson. Zenith Print, 2007. Jean talks about her childhood at the Douglas Boarding House, her marriage to Walter Parkes and her life at Tahora and Tatu.
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ARC2010-001

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Sound recording. Lindsay Drinkwater talks about his grandfather, when his parents converted to the church, his childhood stammer, his conversion to the church of the Salvation Army, travelling to Papua New Guinea to work as a missionary for two decades with his wife Fay, working as the principal of the Brugam Bible College and working towards his Licentiate of Theology.
Interviewer: Alison Robinson
Date: 18 April 2011
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ARC2011-058

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Sound recording. Recorded in two parts. In part one Leo Robertson talks about his childhood and family, working in butter factories around the Stratford district. In part two Leo Robertson talks about his cousin 'Grouse' Taylor.
Interviewer: Alison Robinson
Date: 8 February 1998
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ARC2011-066

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Two architectural plans and specifications for residence "The Oakes" for A.J. Corrigan Esq at South Road Hawera. Plans created by Architect Raymond Syme, Hawera, April 1936.
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ARC2013-1207

Two architectural plans for residence for H.R.H. Livingstone Esq. near Ohawe, Hawera. Plans created by Architect Raymond Syme, Hawera, 16 December 1935.
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ARC2013-1208

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 architectural plans for residence at Ohangai fo G.W.A. Williams Esq. Plans created by Architect Raymond Syme, Hawera, c. 1936.
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ARC2013-1210

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

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 a garage for the New Plymouth Borough Council. Plan shows floor plan, front elevation and cross section. Drawn by architect Thomas Bates. Undated.
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ARC2013-1551

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
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