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Name/Title
Mt. Taranaki/Egmont viewed through a classical portico of columns and arches.
Accession No
A64.817

Pencil sketch of New Plymouth township in 1850-1856. The view looks down the Huatoki Stream to Devon Street Bridge. Marsland Hill and Mount Taranaki are visible in the background.
Accession No
PA2008.116

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

Name/Title
Sketch of Graham and Glenda Kirk's house with bush and Mount Taranaki in the background.
Accession No
PA2012.134

Jane Maria and Arthur Atkinson's house at Hurworth on Carrington Road. Depicts typical New Zealand colonial house with bay window at front - house slightly side on and backs onto a cleared hill. Bush and tall trees in background. Cleared land with felled trees in foreground. Along the lower edge of the drawing are handwritten numerals (in pencil): "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6". On the reverse is an inscription written (also in pencil) by Jane Maria Atkinson which reads: "1 is at present the kitchen window. 2 our bedroom, but in another fortnight it will be the kitchen window and No. 1 our bedroom. We make the change because it is not convenient to have the room one sleeps in a passage room and that the sitting room and kitchen may be close together. 3 the bay window and 4 and 5 are sitting room windows, 6 window of Lely's bedroom. 1, 2, and 3 look due east to the Henui river. 4, 5, and 6 due North, we see towards the road from them, I shall have a wider view next year when the bush between our clearing and D. Atkinson's is to be felled. We see the back end of Harry's house from the North windows, he lies North west of us. The front door so to speak, is at the back of the house in a passage between the two bodies of the house and connecting them. The fence in the front is going to be moved so as to enlarge the garden considerably and the gate will be moved to the right a good way so that a path from it may lead naturally to the door."
Accession No
A75.462

Small print by Bernard Aris depicting St Andrews Church, New Plymouth.
Accession No
A75.568

Print by Bernard Aris depicting St Mary's Church, New Plymouth. Shows church from Powderham Street view with footpath and part of road in foreground.
Accession No
A75.569

Sketch depicting chickens scratching about in a fenced off section. Immediately behind fence are two large trees and another residence.
Accession No
A75.556

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

Pencil sketch of the bust of Edgar (Eddie) Collins, the architect of the New Plymouth War Memorial Hall (now the south wing of Puke Ariki). Collins is pictured in profile and is wearing glasses and a bow tie.
Accession No
PA2010.097

Exterior view of 30 Fulford Street, New Plymouth. Rendered in black and white on coloured paper.
Accession No
A66.699

Exterior view of the northern aspect of the Mace House, Carrington Street, New Plymouth.
Accession No
A66.681

Richmond Cottage (formerly known as Beach Cottage) from the west surrounded by a picket fence. The house is positioned in the lower left corner of sketch, with the top of Paritutu visible in the distance.
Accession No
A93.839

View of Mount Taranaki from Fitzroy, New Plymouth. Houses pictured in the foreground.
Accession No
A75.630

Sketch of "The Pines", the house of Major Charles (Carlino) Brown, son of Charles Armitage Brown. The house is pictured on a ridge. A river is visible in the foreground. Hills and vegetation in the middleground. The sketch is included in a sketchbook attributed to one of Major Charles (Carlino) Brown's daughters. However, the inscription on the inside cover reads "Constance W. Rowe / Taranaki / April 2nd 1880" - it is unclear if this inscription indicates the name of the actual artist.
Accession No
PA2011.111

View of St Mary's Church, New Plymouth, with gravestones and trees in the foreground.
Accession No
A66.724

Name/Title
A view of New Plymouth taken from the vicinity of Gover-Gilbert Street. Depicts various houses in the foreground with Paritutu and Sugar Loaves in background. Barracks on Marsland Hill to left.
Accession No
A58.395

Black and white woodcut by Bernard Aris of St Mary's Church, New Plymouth. View from Powderham Street.
Accession No
A70.075

Name/Title
Depicts railway station scene with the telegraph office and buildings on the left and trains (and tracks) dominating most of the picture to the right and in foreground. Work has a "smoggy" appearance.
Accession No
A75.542

Exterior view of Waldie's Flats, now known as the Devonport Flats, on St Aubyn Street, New Plymouth. Trees and shrubs in the foreground. The flats were built for Mr A. B. Waldie.
Accession No
A66.685

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

Plan showing additions to the Te Henui Vicarage (stone portion still remaining), Courtenay Street, New Plymouth. Showing the site, front elevation, plan and section of chimneys.
Accession No
A65.917

Pencil and wash sketch of New Plymouth from Marsland Hill. The view shows vegetation in the foreground and two bell tents at the base of Marsland Hill. The township of New Plymouth is visible in the middleground, with St Mary's Church pictured in the centre of the image. Several small ships are visible on the sea in the background.
Accession No
PA2010.188

Cartoon commenting on the implications for nursery rhymes of a policy to build half houses.
Accession No
A95.897
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