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A copy negative of a woman.
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WD.016416

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A copy negative of a woman.
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WD.042183

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Nurse McFagden in her uniform.
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PHO2011-2162

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Bridesmaid seated with bouquet to her left. She wears brimmed hat and dress with bracelets and bangles.
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SW1923-1930.00206

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Woman wearing light tone chiffon styled dress with low neckline.
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SW1923-1930.00108

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Bride standing outside holding bouquet. Building in background.
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SW1931-1940.02997

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Bride in outdoor setting.
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SW1931-1940.04846

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Woman seated on desk chair outside with knitting on lap.
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SW1931-1940.04847

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Bride holding bouquet outdoors.
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SW1931-1940.04858

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Young woman standing next to cabinet. Wears gown and hat. Holds handbag.
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SW1931-1940.01276

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Young woman standing next to cabinet. Wears gown and hat. Holds handbag.
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SW1931-1940.01277

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Bride standing outside.
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SW1931-1940.02488

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Elderly woman.
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SW1923-1965.00047

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Bride standing in garden.
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SW1931-1940.09249

Half-plate glass negative showing the Moturoa Wharf with a small building, a car and a woman out from in the lower left corner. The construction of the Newton King Wharf is shown on the right side with the dredger 'Paritutu' along side. Wooden piles and beams are on the wharf. 1924
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PHO2010-0066

Half plate glass negative showing rock formations in the water near the New Plymouth Harbour with the Breakwater and a ship in the middle distance.
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PHO2010-0067

Half plate glass negative showing a ship moored at the Newton King Wharf behind a small boat and a floating raft on the left of the negative. The unfinished wharf with its wooden piles prominent at the front and centre of the negative, and a small wooden shed and tower erected along the right edge of the wharf, and two more tower in the distance near the end of the wharf.
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PHO2010-0070

Half plate glass negative showing the Moturoa Wharf with two ships moored at it. The rest of the harbour, including the Newton King Wharf, extends from the bottom edge of the negative along the right edge, with the Dredger 'Paritutu' pulled up along side the wharf. The land is covered with wooden piles and man working on them. There are two small buildings, one at the lower left corner and one along the right edge.
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PHO2010-0071

Half plate glass negative looking east toward New Plymouth with the harbour in the foreground. The ships moored at the Moturoa Wharf are hidden by long buildings erected along the wharf, though their tops can be seen. The Newton King Wharf also has a ship docked on it. The bottom left hand corner shows water lapping up on the beach and the borough of New Plymouth is in the background. 1924
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PHO2010-0072

Half plate glass negative showing workmen with supervisor in a space getting ready for lifting a block into place. New Plymouth and Mount Taranaki are visible in the background. ca.1920's
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PHO2010-0073

Half plate glass negative showing the Newton King Wharf. The ship General Botha is moored to the left of the wharf. Railway lines run down the length of the wharf with four men walking on it. 1924
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PHO2010-0074

Half plate glass negative showing rubble in the foreground of the lower right hand corner. The large ship, Port Curtis, is moored on the left edge of the photograph with a dredger right behind it, the schooner Holmwood on the right and the ship John barely visible on the right edge of the photograph. 1924
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PHO2010-0075

Half glass plate negative showing wide view of the New Plymouth Harbour with two ships moored at the Moturoa Wharf, on the right a ship moored at the Newton King Wharf and one ship in the water between the two. 1924
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PHO2010-0077

Half plate glass negative showing ships moored at both wharves with the dredger near the end of the Main Breakwater. New Plymouth can be seen in the background. 1924
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PHO2010-0078

Half plate glass negative showing rock outcropping on the right hand side of the photograph. Past the rocks, the New Plymouth Harbour can be seen in the distance with two boats in the harbour. ca.1920's
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PHO2010-0079
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