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Interior view showing two factory hands standing next to a curdling bath.
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PHO2002-521

Name/Title
View of Main Street showing the Police Station, Court House and Post Office. A woman and young girl stand in the street. There is a horse drawn carriage stopped in the street.
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PHO2002-906

View of crowd and dignitaries gathered around the main entrance of the Opunake Post Office for the opening occasion. Man in doorway wearing white waistcoat identified as Edward Metcalf-Smith. Man holding hat is Joseph Ward.
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PHO2002-920

Name/Title
Parihaka, view towards south showing Rangi Kapuia, Te Niho o te Atiawa and various other whare and European buildings
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PHO2003-559

View of Tony Layard smoking out a beehive. The hives were located at Parapara corner at the intersection of Parihaka Road and Main Road.
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PHO2004-207

View of Newman House, 128 Tasman Street, Opunake (later Feaver home). Zoe and Henry Newman standing on verandah; child (Albina Newman) seated on cane chair.
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PHO2004-659

Exterior view of "Ken Kora", Mr Hickey's house, Ihaia Road. Formatted as New Year greeting card. Man and boy visible in garden. The house belonged to Mortimer and Minnie Hickey and was built in 1912.
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PHO2005-034

Three unidentified men in the separator room at the Pihama Co-operative Dairy Factory, 1924.
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PHO2007-075

Glass negative depicting Bang Chong's house waterfall.
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PHO2008-230

Name/Title
Seven carts filled with milk cans pulled up outside Opua dairy factor. Each cart has one driver and all are drawn by horses. Dairy factory buildings visible in the background. A fence post is pictured in the immediate foreground on the right of the photograph.
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PHO2009-146

A crowd of people pictured during the opening of the Opunake Farmers Co-op on 22 March 1915. The crowd consists of men dressed in suits and two dogs. There are two rows of men, one standing above the other on some form of wooden stand.
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PHO2009-175

Name/Title
The Waiteika Factory is in the centre of the photograph with a grass area out in front of it. It is a wooden building and has a water tank to the left side of it. There are four men standing at the front of the building.
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PHO2009-192

The interior of the Feaver's Chemist is shown with bottles on the shelves.
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PHO2009-263

Four wagon teams lined up on the road outside Middleton's Hotel, Opunake. The wagons are laden with goods and are pulled by teams of horses. A man, two children and two dogs are pictured on the right hand side of the image.
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PHO2010-0216

Line of people seated outside Opunake Surf Club. A man is standing in front of a table covered with Union Jack flag. There are several lifeguards visible in the lower right corner of the image.
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PHO2010-0253

Street view of the Opunake Post Office with a horse drawn cart parked in front of the building. A Mr. Thompson and young girl stand in the entrance to the Post Office. A Mr. J. Cran holds the reigns of four horses from the cart.
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PHO2010-0389

Exterior view of the Opunake Co-operative Dairy Factory. Several horse drawn carriages are parked in a line outside the factory with barrels in their carts, ready to be filled.
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PHO2010-0397

Interior view of the Pihama Dairy Factory with several staff members. Four uniformed men lean against the vats and two men stand in the background. Another non uniformed person sits with the men.
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PHO2010-0398

Two men identified as "Shirley" and "Switalla" stand over a vat, milling curd, at the Taungatara Factory.
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PHO2010-0399

Two photographs of the interior mechanism room of the new clock tower taken in 1985. The photographs are taken shortly after starting the mechanism with the four faces of the clock synchronised and correctly timed. Mr Henry Rodgers, a horologist of Nelson stands inside the room with Mr Alan Reed of Boon, Goldsmith and Company, the architecture firm.
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PHO2010-0403

Collection of eight photographs depicting some of the changes that took place on the corner of Egmont and Rangi Streets between 1927 and 1934. Included are photographs of the Egmont Motors building and staff, the temporary premises of F.M Black Motor Engineer, and the view along Egmont Street, looking towards Devon Street taken in 1928.

The people in the first image are from left to right: Oswald George, Manager; Oswald Thomas, garage attendant of Egmont Motors; Scotty Black; Roy Burkitt, apprentice mechanic (Blacks Garage); Dick Lawson, Opunake bus driver and John Mowat who was Scotty Black's brother-in-law and a mechanic.
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PHO2010-0419

Newton King's residence viewed from a distance. Two trees frame the house on either side of the photograph. Three people stand in front of the house.
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PHO2010-0422

Collection of four photographs depicting Fred Butler's house during its relocation from 65 Gill Street to a site at intersection of Mountain Road & Devon Road.
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PHO2010-0425

The former Ship Hotel in 1926, after a fire.The Ship Hotel building originally stood on the site later occupied by the Criterion Hotel in Devon Street Central. At the time of the photograph it stood in St. Aubyn Street.
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PHO2010-0426

Opening of the Taranaki Savings Bank, Devon Street. A large crowd is gathered in the street and a group of people stand in the entrance to the bank. The Union Jack and New Zealand flag hang outside the building. The bank was opened by the Governor General Lord Bledisloe on Friday 13th June 1930.
Accession No
PHO2010-0443
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