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The photograph shows construction work in front of the Breakwater Hotel. A loaded truck with a man standing in the foreground.
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PHO2010-0116

The photograph shows the approach to the Breakwater Hotel with train tracks and road in the foreground. Hills and houses are visible in the background.
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PHO2010-0117

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A tractor pulling a scraper in front of a section of land being reclaimed for the port at New Plymouth. A rubble wall separates the Tasman Sea from the land. 1966
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PHO2010-0142

Rock wall at reclamation site looking toward the port and Paritutu. 1966
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PHO2010-0143

Four men work on the motor of crane, one man stands in the cab, two men are walking under the cantilevered portion of the crane.
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PHO2010-0171

A large crowd of men and women are gathered before a man outside the main factory at Kaupokonui. The man addresses the crowd from a raised platform beneath a pyramid-shaped awning. A New Zealand? flag flies from one of the diagonal poles of the awning. The flags of other nations fly from ropes extending from the awning poles. Behind the speaker and flags a lot of scaffolding is visible. Most of the crowd wear hats. There are two horses in the bottom left hand side of the photograph.
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PHO2011-2501

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A wooden bridge extends across a river from the left hand side of the photograph. There is a grassy bank in the foreground. On the other opposite bank of the river there are several wooden buildings with many chimneys. There is a man wearing a hat sitting on the bridge.
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PHO2011-2507

Eleven men are gathered in two rows against the wall of a building. The back row has eight men in it, all are standing. The front row has three men, all seated. The man in the middle of the front row is more formally dressed than the other men, he wears a coat, scarf, waistcoat, tie and watch chain and is holding a hat and walking stick. There is a large round of cheese resting against this man's legs. The label on the cheese reads "NEW ZEALAND PRODUCE / REG NO: / LBS NET / KAPONGA / NO: / DATE / FULL CREAM FACTORY CHEESE."
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PHO2011-2512

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A post-card photograph showing the wooden buildings of the Kaponga Creamery. The buildings are single-storied and have pointy chimneys. Another darker toned wooden structure is visible to the left of the photograph, this is raised on stilts and has a large round vat attached to it. There are two horse-drawn carts, each with a man in it and trays filled with barrels, near this raised structure. A further cart, empty and without horses lies furher to the right. A telegraph pole dominates the right hand side of the composition. There is a pile of timber on the left hand side of the photograph.
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PHO2011-2523

Street view showing Kaupokonui Central Factory, the name "KAUPOKONUI CO-OP CENTRAL FACTORY" can be read on single-storied building in the distance. Larger buildings frame the left and right hand sides of the photograph. Some men can be seen standing on the threshold of these buildings. There are two horse drawn carriages and a motor vehicle on the street.
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PHO2011-2531

View of Kaupokonui Dairy Co-op. A sign beginning "KAUPOKONUI CO.." is just visible. Horse-drawn carriages filled with vats line up alongside factory buildings. Several man can be seen sitting in the carriages. In one carriage a man lifting a vat is visible. In the foreground there are piles of roughly chopped timber.
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PHO2011-2532

A large sign reading "KAUPOKONUI CO-OPERATIVE GENERAL STORE" identifies the subject. There are several horse-drawn carts outside the building. A man stands up in one of them. Another two men stand around the carts. There are two horses by the building beneath the sign.
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PHO2011-2534

Post-card photograph showing horse-drawn carts filled with milk canisters outside Kaupokonui factory buildings.
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PHO2011-2535

Three horse-drawn milk carts are shown outside the Kaupokonui Co-operative General Store. The carts are filled with milk canisters and are all driven by men wearing hats. A sign reading "KAUPOKONUI CO-OPERATIVE GENERAL STORE." identifies the building.
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PHO2011-2536

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Ink sketch of Alexander Davidson's house, corner of Gill and Liardet Streets. Sketch depicts a house behind a wooden fence. Trees and shrubs visible around the house. The house has two chimneys, one of which has a wisp of smoke coming out of it.
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PA2008.112

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Ink sketch of the blacksmith's premises on Gill Street. The premises is the squat building in the foreground and the blacksmith's house is visible on the far left of the image (see PA2008.112). The building immediately behind the blacksmith's premises is the P & T Workshop and on the right is E C Hayton's. Darby & Hannan's is visible behind the P & T Workshop.
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PA2008.113

Ink and watercolour painting of buildings on Brougham Street. The orange-tinted building on the left, designed by architect J.T. Edmonds, was constructed in 1884 as the premises of the New Plymouth Investment and Loan Society. The green-tinted building was constructed in 1896 by lawyer Robert Clinton Hughes as offices for his legal firm and was designed by architect W.F. Brooking. The buildings were combined in 1995 to form Andre's L'Escargot restaurant which closed in 2013 and reopened as the 'Mexico' restaurant in 2014.
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PA2014.137

Exterior view of St John's Church, Omata. It features a church in the midground with white panelling and a red roof. There is a bell tower on the facing right side. In the bottom right quadrant is a fenced off memorial. The landscape is very bare with only a few lines delineating hills and ground growth. The church was originally built in 1875. It was blown over by a gale on 16 June 1894 and rebuilt the same year.
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A66.678

Exterior view of two storeyed house with a red roof. Vegetation pictured around the front and sides of the house. The house was built from heart timber in 1902 for Mr C.T. Mills. It has since been demolished.
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A66.598

Exterior view of the Standish homestead, known as Maratahu. The house was built in 1843 by Thomas Standish, the father of Arthur Standish (first Mayor of New Plymouth).
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A66.579

Family in front of house in clearing surrounded by trees, Sugar Loaves in background.
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A66.106

Lithograph of the Interior of Otaki Church, New Zealand. Depicts the interior of the church with a number of Maori sitting and standing during a sermon. Maori designs are painted on wooden panels on the ceiling.
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A66.510

View of Curtis raupo/rush cottage, Omata, with three french doors, verandah with poultry/pigeons and ham hanging and an interlaced supplejack fence. The four figures in the foreground include (left to right) the artist (Merrett), Ida, Helen (shaking dogs paw), and Charles Curtis. Sow suckling piglets at the front gate.
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A92.157

Interior of Curtis raupo/rush cottage, Omata, containing dining table, four balloon-backed chairs, and chaise lounge. Wall hangings include portraits, clock, and two firearms. Cat is asleep on a footstool under the dining table.
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A92.158

Watercolour depicting the old Mission House at Moturoa with cleared hills and Mt Taranaki/Egmont in background and cleared, fenced paddocks containing stock in the foreground. Mangaotuku stream also in foreground. Predominately brown hue with green and white highlights. Horse grazing centre bottom.
Accession No
A65.880
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