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Pencil sketch of New Plymouth's clock tower with other buildings in the foreground. A crane is also visible upper right of drawing. Several figures are visible in the foreground. The original clock tower was demolished in April 1969.
Accession No
A64.816

Exterior view of the court house, Robe Street, New Plymouth. Building is wooden with a red roof. Doors painted green. The building was built around 1890.
Accession No
A65.923

View of weatherboard house with red roof at night. Picket fence around the front of the property. Tall trees visible on the right hand side of the painting.
Accession No
A65.924

Exterior of residential house at 71 Powderham Street, New Plymouth. The house was built in 1870 for Thomas Humphries, then the Chief Surveyor (late Surveyor General).
Accession No
A65.925

Exterior view of house, Henwood Road, New Plymouth. Trees and vegetation visible around the house.
Accession No
A65.926

Wooden house set amongst shrubs and tall trees.
Accession No
A66.207

Wooden house with red roof. White wooden fence around front of property. Trees and shrubs also pictured.
Accession No
A66.231

View of convent with four trees and foliage in foreground. The convent was built in 1883 and opened in 1884 by the Archbishop Redwood.
Accession No
A66.512

View of white weatherboard house with red roof. House is surrounded by trees and shrubs. Wooden fence in foreground.
Accession No
A66.578

Exterior view of the Standish homestead, known as Maratahu. The house was built in 1843 by Thomas Standish, the father of Arthur Standish (first Mayor of New Plymouth).
Accession No
A66.579

Exterior view of the Waitara Public Library and Reading Room. The building was formerly an Anglican Church. After the present church was built it became the library.
Accession No
A66.581

Picture of chapel with people entering through door. Originally erected in Mangorei Road by settler-farmer Zaccheus William Wells, who used to preach at the chapel. It was later used as the chapel at Rangiatea.
Accession No
A66.582

Exterior view of North Egmont Camphouse, Mount Taranaki. Several figures are depicted standing in the foreground in a group and on the balcony of the Camphouse. One figure has skis over their shoulder. Snow on the ground. The Camphouse was built in Australia in 1855 and shipped to New Zealand for use as one of several military barrack buildings during the Taranaki Wars. The middle portion, pictured here, was sold to the Egmont Acclimatisation Society in 1893.
Accession No
A66.583

Exterior view of wooden house with a red roof. House also has a large verandah and two chimneys. Drawing is on dark grey paper.
Accession No
A66.584

Exterior view of wooden homestead with red corrugated iron roof. Trees in background. Parts of the house are from Marsland Hill Barracks and were shifted to the current site by bullock wagon.
Accession No
A66.586

Exterior view of two storeyed house with a red roof. Vegetation pictured around the front and sides of the house. The house was built from heart timber in 1902 for Mr C.T. Mills. It has since been demolished.
Accession No
A66.598

White weatherboard house with red roof and verandah. Vegetation around house.
Accession No
A66.613

Exterior view of the Sunday School at St Mary's Church, Vivian Street, New Plymouth. Tree and South African War memorial pictured in the foreground. The school building was built in 1853. The first day of the school was run by Mrs W. Bolland and Miss Jenny Newland.
Accession No
A66.674

Exterior view of wooden house, Silver Street, New Plymouth.
Accession No
A66.675

Exterior view of a two storeyed boarding house on Silver Street, New Plymouth. Drawn on green/grey paper. The building has now been demolished.
Accession No
A66.676

Exterior view of St John's Church, Omata. It features a church in the midground with white panelling and a red roof. There is a bell tower on the facing right side. In the bottom right quadrant is a fenced off memorial. The landscape is very bare with only a few lines delineating hills and ground growth. The church was originally built in 1875. It was blown over by a gale on 16 June 1894 and rebuilt the same year.
Accession No
A66.678

Exterior view of the western aspect of the Mace House. Steps leading up to house and vegetation in foreground.
Accession No
A66.679

Exterior view of the northern aspect of the Mace House, Carrington Street, New Plymouth.
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A66.681

Exterior view of a two storey wooden house, 113 Lemon Street, New Plymouth. Picket fence in foreground.
Accession No
A66.683

Exterior view of Hurworth House, Carrington Road, New Plymouth. The cottage was built in 1855 for Harry Atkinson.
Accession No
A66.686
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