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View overlooking the J. C. Sharland's house and garden, "Bonithon", New Plymouth. Stream and trees in foreground. The homestead is positioned in the top third of the photo with a hedge above and behind the home. In the foreground looks to be a dismantled building beside the stream.
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A58.040

View of Burgess house and garden, "Hapurunui", Burgess Park (before alterations to the house by T. H. Bates)
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PHO2004-217

Large format framed print of the Bowl of Brooklands, Pukekura Park (New Plymouth). This is a night time view with an empty stage and seating. It possibly records the completion of the construction of the Bowl of Brooklands in time for its opening in 1958 with the first 'Festival of the Pines'.
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PHO2005-204

A railway bridge over Carrington Road, New Plymouth. There is vegetation on both sides of the road and a white picket fence is visible in the middle of the photograph on the left hand side. A street light is pictured in the centre of the photograph.
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PHO2008-1901

New Plymouth railway station on the beach-front. Shows a pedestrian over-bridge in the foreground and New Plymouth township in the distance.
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PHO2008-1902

View of Devon Street, New Plymouth, 1876. There are buildings either side of the road. The building in the foreground on the left side is a white two storied building. It has the word "Sons" and has clothing in the windows. On the left of the image three figures stand under a street lamp. In the middleground two signs saying "Railway" and "Crossing" are visible where the railway tracks cross Devon Street.
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PHO2008-1904

General view of Parihaka taken from Te Purepo (Fort Rolleston) looking towards mountain. Te Niho on left in background with view across whole pā.
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PHO2008-576

Image shows Mohi Wharepouri speaking in front of Te Rangikapuia meeting house at Parihaka. Image was taken during the unveiling of the Maori Queen's cloak.
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PHO2008-582

View across front of Te Rangikapuia meeting house. The Māori Queen's cloak is displayed on a white stand. In the foreground people are sitting on forms, viewing the cloak.
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PHO2008-583

View of old house, Kowherowhero, at Parihaka. The house is in disrepair - the roof is rusted, the paint is peeling from the exterior walls and some of the windows have been boarded up.
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PHO2008-586

View from Marsland Hill looking down onto streets towards the Port. One street is clearly visible in the middle of the photograph and there is housing either side of this. There is also a second street visible running from left to right across the photograph in the foreground, at the base of the hill. Paritutu is visible in the right hand top half of the photograph.
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PHO2008-619

Shows a view across streets and residential housing out towards the Port (west) from Marsland Hill. Large tree in foreground at bottom of image. Street branches out to the left on the bottom left quarter of the photograph. Paritutu is visible in the distance. Powerlines running horizontally across the bottom half of the photograph.
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PHO2008-624

A crowd of people stand on the road and wharf watching a rowing regatta on the Waitara River. The people in the foreground have their backs to the camera and there are poeple on both sides of the river. There are two boats visible on the river.
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PHO2009-022

Shows main street of Kaponga in 1912. The Dominion Hotel is pictured in the middleground on the right hand side of the image. Other commercial buildings are visible on both the right and left hand sides of the street. A horse and cart are travelling on the road on the left hand side of the photograph.
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PHO2009-165

View of Poet's Bridge seen across Pukekura Park's main lake with Mt Egmont and hilly terraine behind. There are trees on the lake edge in the foreground.
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PHO2009-251

View of rundown buildings at Parihaka. Houses have rusted roofs and paint is peeling off wooden slats on houses.
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PHO2010-0027

View of a rundown house and shed at Parihaka. House has a rusted roof, boards are missing from the house's exterior and the paint is peeling away.
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PHO2010-0029

Exterior of an old meeting house, Kokiri Road, Okaiawa. The roof and chimney are rusted and paint has peeled off the wooden slats.
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PHO2010-0031

A group of Maori in traditional costume with their backs to the USS Staten Island on the left hand side, facing two men, one in a naval uniform, and the other in a suit. The USS Staten Island was an icebreaker ship for the United States which docked at New Plymouth in approximately 1958 on its way to the Antarctic for Operation Deepfreeze IV. The USS Staten Island was the first US vessel to enter Port Dunedin.
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PHO2010-0205

The crew of the USS Staten Island parades down the centre of the street (most likely Devon Street). The street is lined with onlookers and cars. The USS Staten Island was an icebreaker ship for the United States which docked at New Plymouth in approximately 1958 on its way to the Antarctic for Operation Deepfreeze IV. The USS Staten Island was the first US vessel to enter Port Dunedin.
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PHO2010-0206

A group of Maori are standing on the wharf of the New Plymouth Harbour performing a powhiri for the crew of the USS Staten Island watching from the ship in 1958(?). The USS Staten Island was an icebreaker ship for the United States which docked at New Plymouth in approximately 1958 on its way to the Antarctic for Operation Deepfreeze IV. The USS Staten Island was the first US vessel to enter Port Dunedin.
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PHO2010-0207

A group of Maori stand on the wharf at the New Plymouth Harbour with an officer from the USS Staten Island as the crew of the USS Staten Island watches from the ship. The USS Staten Island was an icebreaker ship for the United States which docked at New Plymouth in approximately 1958 on its way to the Antarctic for Operation Deepfreeze IV. The USS Staten Island was the first US vessel to enter Port Dunedin.
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PHO2010-0208

Memorial to Thomas McClutchie and William Teoti Pitt Potehia memorial at Tongaporutu. Memorial consists of a stone base and a cross. View looks out to Tongaporutu landscape.
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PHO2011-0199

Memorial statue to Sir Maui Pomare at Owae marae, Waitara. Mt Taranaki can be seen in background.
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PHO2011-0200

Sign post at Te Mahoe mission station, Mōkau.
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PHO2011-0201
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