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Richmond cottage completely rebuilt in its present location. There is a man in a suit standing on the grass looking toward the cottage. The cottage was built for C.W. Richmond in 1853-54. The quarryman was stonemason Nathaniel Hooker; the stone, Taranaki andesite. The cottage was originally on the New Plymouth foreshore and was subsequently bought by the Terminus Hotel, who used it as additional accommodation. Cottage was then deconstructed and moved to present site in 1961, whereupon it became a colonial museum; opening in 1963.
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PHO2011-0585

Richmond cottage completely rebuilt in its present location. The cottage is situated in front of the old New Plymouth war memorial, library and museum building. The image is slightly obstructed by the roof of a car on the bottom edge of the image. The cottage was built for C.W. Richmond in 1853-54. The quarryman was stonemason Nathaniel Hooker; the stone, Taranaki andesite. The cottage was originally on the New Plymouth foreshore and was subsequently bought by the Terminus Hotel, who used it as additional accommodation. Cottage was then deconstructed and moved to present site in 1961, whereupon it became a colonial museum; opening in 1963.
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PHO2011-0584

Richmond cottage rebuilt in its present location. Image shows a completely rebuilt cottage. Building scraps and materials are scattered outside the cottage. There are two men in the lower left corner of the image - one is walking out of the cottage whilst the other is perched on the edge of a large concrete mixing truck.
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PHO2011-0583

Richmond cottage in the process of being rebuilt in its present location. Image shows an almost completely rebuilt cottage. The cottage is complete except for a small section of tiling on the roof. In front of the cottage is a pile of sand and a pile of building scraps.
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PHO2011-0582

Richmond cottage in the process of being rebuilt in its present location. Image shows two men working on the roof of the cottage. One of the men is holding a saw. There is a ladder leaning against the exterior stone wall. The wall is complete but the windows have not been put in place. Behind the ladder there is a young boy peering out from the window space.
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PHO2011-0581

Richmond cottage in the process of being rebuilt in its present location. Image shows a man standing on the top of one of the completed exterior stone walls. He is holding a ball of string. The beams of the roof are visible alongside him. There is scaffolding in front of the cottage in the lower right corner of the image. The top of the New Plymouth War Memorial Hall, Library and Museum building is visible in background.
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PHO2011-0580

Richmond cottage in the process of being rebuilt in its present location. Image shows close up of one of the exterior walls of the cottage. The stone work is complete but windows have not been put in place. The basic structure of the roof is also visible. There is a ladder leaning against the side of the wall.There is a man standing outside the building in the lower right corner.
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PHO2011-0579

Shows Richmond cottage in the process of being rebuilt in its present location. In this image the basic structure of the cottage has been constructed. There are building materials scattered around the building site. The building site area is defined by a large fence. In the background - a train and various cars are travelling past the site.
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PHO2011-0578

Shows the original site of Richmond cottage before it was relocated to its present site. Image shows a large empty patch of land in front of a building. Richmond Cottage would have originally sat in front of this building. The image was taken soon after the cottage was removed. The building in the image is in reasonable condition although the roof appears to have rusted. There are trees on the left side of the image and the rooves of other houses can be seen in the background.
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PHO2011-0577

Shows the original site of Richmond cottage before it was relocated to its present site. Richmond cottage would have sat in front of the building which is depicted in this image. The image was taken soon after the cottage was removed. The building in the image is in reasonable condition although the roof appears to have rusted. There is a small well maintained garden around the front wall.
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PHO2011-0576

Looking down on the spiral styled steps in the sentry box of the New Plymouth Jail. Small stones are scattered on the steps and there is a rope strung across the top step. The sentry box is located on the corner of the building.
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PHO2011-0575

Shows the spiral styled steps in the sentry box of the New Plymouth Jail. The sentry box is located on the corner of the building.
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PHO2011-0574

Demolition of the Hotel Tasman in New Plymouth. Shows the remains of part of the hotel building. The words "Hotel Tasman" are visible in large black letters along one of the demolished exterior walls.
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PHO2011-0572

Demolition of the Hotel Tasman in New Plymouth. Shows part of the hotel building in the process of being demolished. There are two men sitting in front of the partly demolished building. The large peach coloured building in the background is also part of the Hotel Tasman.
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PHO2011-0571

Demolition of the Hotel Tasman in New Plymouth. Shows part of the hotel building in the process of being demolished. The building is still standing but the exterior walls are in the process of coming down. There are cars parked on the road outside the hotel building. The large peach coloured building in the background is also part of the Hotel Tasman.
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PHO2011-0570

Shows the Borough Chambers building in Hāwera. There is a parked car on the left side of the image. In front of the building is two women each with prams, a boy on a bicycle and another woman. On the right side of the image is a woman standing in front of a wooden bench.
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PHO2011-0522

Shows the Street's residence in Bell Block. The house was first owned by Romulus Street. The woman standing in front of the house is Ivy Mcleod - daughter of Romulus Street.
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PHO2011-0521

Shows one side of the Street's house in Bell Block. There are two windows visible on the upper level of the house. The veranda roof is also visible. There is a hedge running along the entire side of the house which obstructs the lower level of the house from view. The house was first owned by Romulus Street.
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PHO2011-0520

J Gibbs Homestead at Tongaporutu. Shows the homestead in midground. There is a fence running around the homestead. The foreground is covered by well grazed farmland. A large bush covered hill is visible behind the homestead.
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PHO2011-0519

J Gibbs Homestead at Tongaporutu. Shows two buildings on farmland - the house on the right side of the image and a small shed on the left side, a large pōhutukawa tree sits in between the two buildings. There are sheep grazing in the paddock in front of the buildings.There is a fence running along the foreground.
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PHO2011-0518

Shows Pennington home at Warea. The building is in reasonable condition although the roof has rusted. There are trees behind the house. There is a fence which is overgrown with grass and weeds in front of the house. There is a gravel road running along the foreground.
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PHO2011-0515

Shows Pennington home at Warea. The building is in reasonable condition although the roof has rusted. Trees and shrubs surround the house. There is a fence running across the foreground.
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PHO2011-0514

Shows Pennington home at Warea. The building is in reasonable condition although the roof has rusted. Trees and shrubs surround the house.
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PHO2011-0512

Shows the memorial to Te Rangi Hiroa (Sir Peter Buck). Memorial takes the form of a stylised canoe prow. Image looks across memorial, over farmland towards sea.
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PHO2011-0460

Shows a building at Wai-o-Turi marae, Pātea. The building is grey and has two windows. The grass around the building is well maintained.
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PHO2011-0459
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