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Photograph of William Bolland Davies' homestead on Frankley Road, New Plymouth. The house is seen surrounded by bush with sheds and a fence visible on the left. There are three people and a dog standing in front of the house, a person in white standing to the left of the house, another person standing further to the left, and another person standing on the hill to the left of the house.
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PHO2013-0124

Photograph of two men standing at the front of a whare with bush in the background. A dog looking back at them is at the forefront of the image. The whare is made of wooden slatted walls with a straw-like material for the roof.
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PHO2015-0205

Street with full view two single story houses and portions of houses one either side. Large tree in background cut off at the top of the photograph.
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PHO2009-386

An aerial photograph of earthworks forming the shore end of the third wharf at the New Plymouth Port. The New Zealand Shipping Company's Taupo, is berthed at Moturoa Wharf near the top of the photograph. The Union Steam Ship Company's Kaitoa (left), and the Blue Star Lines Melbourne Star are berthed on one side of Newton King Wharf. The Dutch vessel Schie Lloyd is berthed at on the other side of Newton King Wharf.
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PHO2010-0059

View looking East up central Devon Street, New Plymouth from near the intersection with Currie Street. Motor vehicles, people riding bicycles and a horse and cart can be seen driving up and down the street. Further vehicles, and bikes are parked in the street. Pedestrians are visible on the footpath and on the street. Commercial premises line either side of the street. Some of the names of the businesses can be read.
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PHO2013-0095

Five homes, built in a row on York Terrace, by Thomas Hirst for him and his wife along with homes for several of his daughters (including a daughter in law). The houses were built for: 1. Annis Hamerton (nee Hirst); 2. Jane Marshall (nee Hirst); 3. Jane Hirst (daughter in law, nee George); 4. Mary Devenish (nee Hirst); 5. Harriet Fookes (nee Hirst); and a home he built for himself and his wife Grace (nee Bracken). The road subsequently formed Pendarves St, with Hirst's house at the intersection with Elliot St.
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PHO2011-1004

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View of Urenui Beach and river mouth. There is a wagon and a group of several men in the foreground. The men are holding tools including an axe and spade, and some cooking equipment. There is thick bush on the left of the scene and cliffs visible in the background. There seem to be power lines running across the scene.
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PHO2014-0378

View across Waitara River to township. Buildings visible in distance. Photograph and paper caption matted.
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A96.167

View of farmland from William Bolland Davies' homestead on Frankley Road, New Plymouth. There is a large tree stump and a group of Punga trees in the foreground and a group of Pine trees on the right. A stream or lake runs through the centre of the photograph. The mid- and background shows primarily cleared paddocks with fences and groups of trees. There is a building in the midground on the right.
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PHO2013-0126

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View of several buildings and a gathering in Waitara. The foreground shows a road running in front of the buildings in the midground, with a tent-like structure visible on the right.
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PHO2015-0040

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View of several buildings and a gathering in Waitara. The foreground shows a road running in front of the buildings in the midground, with a tent-like structure visible on the right. There is also a bridge in the foreground on the left.
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PHO2015-0044

Reverend George Clement's house at Stratford. The ten roomed house was built by the Reverend in 1900. Wooden weatherboard house with corrugated iron roof and three chimneys. Two boys stand leaning against the side of the house on the right of the image.
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PHO2008-194

Photograph of a large house in Heene, Borough of Worthing, West Sussex, England. Photographed from across the street. House partially obscured by trees and a fence. The house belonged to Edward Frederick Hemingway and was sold in 1893.
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PHO2008-1713

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

Panoramic view of New Plymouth from Marsland Hill.
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A66.043

View of electric lorry outside E. E. Bellringer's house, corner Devon and Watson Streets (sea-side).
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PHO2004-288

Devon Street looking west from Liardet Street intersection. Imperial Hotel is located centre left. Image dates pre-1875.
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PHO2006-344

Photograph of New Plymouth taken from Marsland Hill. Photograph shows large number of buildings. There is a small number of graves in the foreground. In the background is Paritutu and the Sugar Loaf Islands. There is a road running diagonally in the middle of the image. There are hand drawn lines and numbers in the background.
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PHO2015-0049

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Photograph showing the home of Philip Bint and his family in Tarata, Taranaki. The single-storey house has two windows in the front and a chimney-like structure on the right. Behind the house there are several hills with flattened trees and scrub visible. There is a fence in front of the house with a path leading up to the door. The path is lined with small rounded shrubs. The photograph is contained in a cardboard enclosure.

Philip's daugther Catherine can be seen sitting against the fencepost to the right of the path. She is wearing a light-tone pinafore over a dark-sleeved top and she has a dark shawl on her head. Catherine became known as Kate and later married Sydney George Smith.
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PHO2015-0120

Exterior view of the Te Henui Vicarage, New Plymouth. Extensions made to the original stone cottage are visible. A family of four people are pictured on the left of the photograph. Vegetation and tall trees are visible around the building and in the foreground.
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PHO2010-0266

Packet of 12 photographs of Mount Egmont (Taranaki). Packet is printed with inscription that reads: "Mount Egmont, Taranaki, N.Z. 12 Real Photographs for Your Snapshot Album. Published by Frank Duncan & Co., Ltd., Auckland." Photographs include various views of Mount Taranaki, the Dawson Falls House, the Mountain House, Dawson Falls and the Mountain Track.
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PHO2009-155

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Aerial black and white photograph of Urenui that has been hand-tinted. Urenui township is visible to the left of the photograph. The houses have been tinted red, green and yellow. The Urenui River is seen in the foreground along with the area that is now Urenui Domain.
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PHO2014-0032

View of Dr Hutchinson's house, sheds and terraced gardens. Stream in foreground, with bridge bottom left leading to paddock with grazing cows. Developed vegetable gardens clearly visible on right hand side of the picture. Hedge/fence runs through the middle of the picture vertically. Bottom right hand corner shows steps leading to a lower terrace of the gardens.
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A64.087

View of Thomas Potter Lister's house and garden at Rifle Range Farm, Frankley Road, New Plymouth. T. P. Lister's son was manager of the farm for Henry Weston. Marjorie Lister (later McIntosh) photographed near door.
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A58.052

Photograph of the Bell's Falls, Mount Taranaki, surrounded by bush. A rock face is behind the falls. In the foreground are large boulders. There is a makeshift frame with camping gear stacked on it. There is a person sitting on a rock in the right hand foreground.
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PHO2015-0215
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