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View overlooking the J. C. Sharland's house and garden, "Bonithon", New Plymouth. Stream and trees in foreground. The homestead is positioned in the top third of the photo with a hedge above and behind the home. In the foreground looks to be a dismantled building beside the stream.
Accession No
A58.040

Name/Title
War memorials on Marsland Hill (New Plymouth). In the foreground is the Boer War Memorial fountain in a circular concrete base. Carved from Australian blue granite, this fountain is decorated with floral motifs, gorgon heads, and fish at the base. To the right of this fountain is a Boer 37mm Maxim-Nordenfelt (Vickers Maxim) automatic gun. In the background is a carved marble memorial with a statue of a soldier in Armed Constabulary uniform (removed 1991). This memorial was designed by Frank Messenger and an inscription reads "To the honoured memory of the officers and men of HM naval, military and Colonial forces and loyal Maoris who fell in action or died during the Maori wars, 1845-47, 1860-70." Wrought iron railing and concrete piers surround the memorial. To the right two highly decorative timber and cast iron seats are visible.
Accession No
PHO2006-165

View of Lower Brougham Street looking towards the foreshore and railway. W. R. Kings building is shown on the right and the Masonic Hotel (W. Cottier proprietor) on the left. A number of people are standing around and a horse and cart are parked on the road.
Accession No
PHO2001-96

View of Poet's Bridge seen across Pukekura Park's main lake with Mt Egmont and hilly terraine behind. There are trees on the lake edge in the foreground.
Accession No
PHO2009-251

View from high vantage point onto Oakura Beach and camping ground. Tents can be seen on the left side of the photograph with a road going through the centre. Cars are parked on the grass opposite the beach. Paritutu and the Sugar Loaves can be seen in the background.
Accession No
PHO2009-370

View overlooking the Egmont Street, King Street areas. Possibly taken from the Theatre Royal building on Devon Street. Shows Trocadero/Arcadia Hotel (built c.1904), Railway Station, NZ Carrying Co., Grosvenor Hotel (formerly the Commonwealth Hotel, renamed the Grosvenor in 1906), Criterion Stables. Centre building, Hooker Brothers Sample Rooms (still used as such, 1970 for garage). "Paddock to the right used by Mr Saxton Sen. to graze his horse".
Accession No
PHO2001-301

Photograph of the preparation of dredging the top lake at Pukekura Park. On the right is George Derby?
A workman drives the tractor while another stands on top of a platform and gives directions.
Accession No
PHO2002-676

Large group of people standing on Pukearuhe pā around Reverend John Whiteley's memorial stone, which is pictured in the foreground. Adults dressed formally, men in suits and women in dresses and hats. A number of children are pictured as well. Stone states "Erected by his relatives", which may suggest at least a number of the people in the group are related to Whiteley. Photograph is mounted on a pale green coloured mat.
Accession No
PHO2007-166

View from Marsland Hill looking down onto streets towards the Port. One street is clearly visible in the middle of the photograph and there is housing either side of this. There is also a second street visible running from left to right across the photograph in the foreground, at the base of the hill. Paritutu is visible in the right hand top half of the photograph.
Accession No
PHO2008-619

Shows a view across streets and residential housing out towards the Port (west) from Marsland Hill. Large tree in foreground at bottom of image. Street branches out to the left on the bottom left quarter of the photograph. Paritutu is visible in the distance. Powerlines running horizontally across the bottom half of the photograph.
Accession No
PHO2008-624

View of Princes Street, Hawera. From left, St Mary's Church and hall, the cottage of James and Annie Corrigan and the original drill hall.
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PHO2008-1920

Snapshot photograph of a man riding his bicycle through floodwater on the corner of King and Brougham Streets, New Plymouth, during the flood of 1935.
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PHO2009-243

Photograph shows Chew Chong (?) standing in the doorway of his general store on Devon Street, New Plymouth. One of fifteen photographs mounted together (A66.209 - William Andrews Collis, "Views of Old New Plymouth").
Three other men are also standing outside on the footpath.
Accession No
PHO2002-406

View of Egmont Street, Patea. Central Hotel is pictured on the right of Egmont Street and other shop fronts are pictured on the left. Several figures are pictured and two horse and carts are visible on the street. Photograph contained in the Ellerm album.
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PHO2002-976

View of Devon Street, New Plymouth, looking west from Currie Street corner. Shows Haywood's Imperial Hotel and train crossing Devon Street.
Accession No
PHO2005-061

Large crowd of people gather for the unveiling of the war memorial near St Johns's Church, Omata. Church is in the background and vintage cars in foreground.
Accession No
PHO2008-534

Name/Title
Grave decorated with flowers
Accession No
SW1931-1940.01148

Name/Title
A young man holds the reins of a horse while the horse stands infront of him. A large two story pavilion stands in background with fence and large established trees.
Accession No
SW1923-1930.05117

Name/Title
A young man holds the reins of a horse while the horse stands infront of him. A large two story pavilion stands in background with fence and large established trees.
Accession No
SW1923-1930.05119

Name/Title
Three men holding the reins of their horses while they are standing beside them. A large two story pavilion stands in background with fence and large established trees.
Accession No
SW1923-1930.05120
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