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Early New Plymouth street scene depicting the corner of Brougham and Devon Streets. Three buildings in middleground with horse and cart standing on road in front. Middle shop has a small golden boot at front. This shop belonged to boot maker Thomas Wood, and was called "The Golden Boot". Methodist Church can just be seen top left on the hill. A small number of people stand around the block of buildings.
Accession No
TM.2000.147

Thomas Wood's property in New Plymouth located approximately where Centre Court/TSB building is currently situated. Painting depicts a small building middleground with "T. Wood" printed above the door. A large gold-coloured boot is also above door. A number of similar dwellings are located to the right of the property. Dirt road in immediate foreground. Mt Taranaki/Egmont and Ranges is visible in the background.
Accession No
TM.2000.146

Monochromatic watercolour and ink painting of the Whitely Mission House, the site of the Rangiatea Girls' Hostel.
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PA2010.119

Name/Title
Woodcut print depicting the Titoki (Alectryon excelsus) plant with leaves and berries enclosed in capsules. Rendered in green, ochre, black and red paint.
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PA2008.096

Name/Title
Woodcut print depicting four leaves of the Karaka (cornyocarpus laevigatus) plant with eight berries. Rendered in green and yellow paint.
Accession No
PA2008.095

Name/Title
View of New Plymouth Public Library / Carnegie Library from corner of Brougham and King streets (main entrance). Following discussions between the mayor of New Plymouth, Mr A.C. Fookes and the American industrialist, Andrew Carnegie, a grant of two thousand five hundred pounds was made on 13 February 1906 to the New Plymouth Borough Council for a new library building. An architectural competition was held, the winning architect being Frank Messenger. The building was formally opened on 1 July 1908 by the Mayor, Mr Gustave Tisch. At this time the museum remained in the old town hall.
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A95.793

View of the former New Plymouth airport buildings. Control tower under construction.
Accession No
A85.819

View of New Plymouth airport. Control tower under construction. Aeroplane approaching runway in upper left hand corner.
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A85.818

View of the exterior of the New Plymouth Airport cafeteria.
Accession No
A85.817

Name/Title
Colour woodblock print by John Lysaght Moore titled "Poroporo" 19/ up to 500. Depicts the purple flower and three fingered leaves of the Poroporo plant.
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A85.205

Watercolour depicting a Mt. Egmont Buttercup in bud and blossom. The background shows a mountain ridge with traces of snow and tussock vegetation.
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A85.198

Watercolour view of the Alpha Flour Mill (middleground), Carrington Road (left), Huatoki Stream (middle foreground), and Mt. Taranaki/Egmont (background). Man and woman walking on bridge left foreground.
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A79.873

View of New Plymouth c.1863 taken from approximately the junction of Liardet and Gill Streets. Mt Taranaki/Egmont, Marsland Hill and barracks visible in background. Figure in blue jacket on horse in foreground.
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A79.837

Lower Carrington Road with Alpha Flour Mill on the lower left next to Huatoki Stream and the residence of A.R. Standish (the "Mace House") on the left. Mt. Taranaki/Egmont is visible in the right background.
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A79.836

View of lower Brougham Street, New Plymouth. Buildings include the Taranaki (now Royal) Hotel, News Office and Native Office. Male figure loading horse and cart in middle foreground.
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A79.835

Settlers house believed to be in Powderham Street, New Plymouth, showing development of flower and vegetable garden with a summer house. Mount Taranaki/Egmont visible in background.
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A79.834

Residence of Garland William Woon (1831-1895), who arrived in New Plymouth in 1852 and was the first proprietor of Taranaki Herald. Two storey house with veranda on hillside (Churchill Heights). Paritutu and Sugar Loaves are visible in the background. Two figures in the left foreground.
Accession No
A75.437

View of central New Plymouth from lower Liardet Street looking towards Marsland Hill and Mt Taranaki / Egmont. Figure in red jacket on horse in foreground.
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A75.426

View of Upper Brougham Street, New Plymouth c.1862-65. Post Office to the left, Devon Street leading up to the White Hart Hotel, and the Primitive Methodist Church visible right background. Huatoki Valley in foreground with two cattle pulling cart.
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A75.423

Exterior view of the Methodist Mission, South Road, New Plymouth. The wooden building is painted white and has a red roof. There are large arched windows along the aspect depicted and two chimney stacks. The Mission was erected in 1844.
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A66.715

Exterior view of Smarts plumbing shop, New Plymouth. Two storeyed wooden house with red roof. Lamp post depicted in centre of image.
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A66.700

Exterior view of 30 Fulford Street, New Plymouth. Rendered in black and white on coloured paper.
Accession No
A66.699

Name/Title
Exterior view of Richmond Cottage. The cottage was originally known as Beach Cottage. It was built in 1853 for Christopher William Richmond, his wife Emily (nee Atkinson) and their first-born Mary Elizabeth.
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A66.697

Ink and watercolour sketch of the Bank of New Zealand building in Waitara. The building is rendered in green with grey columns and a large red door, with the outlines and details sketched loosely in black ink. The building was built in 1876 and demolished in the 1960s.
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A66.692

Exterior view of the Jubilee Boarding House, Currie Street, New Plymouth. The building was built in 1880 and has since been demolished.
Accession No
A66.691
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