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A post card depicting a female figure in the guise of a butterfly, c.1920s-1930s. On the four wings are photographic scenes from New Plymouth depicting: "Old Man's Home" (possibly Barrett Street), "In the Recreation Grounds" (Pukekura Park), "Primitive Methodist Church", and "Central School". This card has been used, evidenced by both the stamp and handwritten message on the reverse.
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PHO2005-185

View of East End Park, New Plymouth. Crowd of people gathered in the park. Several buildings, including a two storied building known as 'The Pavilion', and horse drawn carts are visible in the middleground. Large trees are also visible in the middleground. A stretch of beach can be seen in the background.
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PHO2011-2361

View of a two storied building, known as 'The Pavilion', in East End Park, New Plymouth. Several groups of people standing on path in foreground. Trees and electricity poles also visible.
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PHO2011-2362

Postcard depicting the Methodist church in Inglewood. The church is situated behind a large hedge which obscures the lower portion of the church building. The postcard was sent to a Mrs A. J. Walker in Ponsonby, Auckland.
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PHO2011-0498

Postcard depicting Paritutu and The Sugar Loaves. Paritutu is pictured before blasting for rock began, thus altering its shape.
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PHO2007-243

Photograph of the first fence and iron gates at the Liardet Street entrance to Pukekura Park sports ground.
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PHO2002-311

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Postcard shows a view of Turi's canoe, the memorial erected to Turi and unveiled in 1933, with original ponga figures. Photo taken from outside the Town Hall looking toward waka and building on opposite side of road.
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PHO2002-316

Photograph of Paritutu and the Sugar Loaf Islands with a small work shed on the left.
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PHO2002-711

Real photographic post card depicting Hone Wetere Te Rerenga with one of his children and possibly his second wife Te Ata Hoani. Number 3621 in the series. This image has been dated elsewhere as being 1885.
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PHO2005-235

An Aldersley real photographic post card of Moturoa, series number A3b3b. Breakwater road with New Plymouth Tramways tram #4. Oil wells (from left to right) include: TP5, Blenheim, Phoenix, and Rotary.
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PHO2006-011

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Les and Emmie Fraser (nee Fuller) with family including five children; Mona Esme, Iris Edith, Walter Leslie, Raymond Grey, Ian Hamilton. The older woman may be Mary Julia Fuller. The family are pictured with a cart being pulled by a horse and containing domesticware.
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PHO2007-013

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Clement Wiggin's memorial, Pukekura Park.
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PHO2007-021

F G Radcliffe real photographic post card of the tea house at Pukekura Park (New Plymouth), 1914. Series number 4730.
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PHO2007-025

Teeds New Plymouth photo postcard of internal view of The Fernery at Pukekura Park, New Plymouth. Ferns, hanging baskets, flowers and trees occupy foreground and middleground. Roof structure of fernery visible in background.
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PHO2007-175

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View of top end of Boating Lake in Pukekura Park. Stretch of water dominates foreground, disappearing into bush in the background. Mature trees, including ponga and cabbage trees, line the banks of the lake and recede into the distance.
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PHO2007-176

View of Boating Lake in Pukekura Park with Mount Egmont in the background. In the foreground three tree ferns stand and to the left, a pathway curves out of view. A figure is floating in a boat on Boating Lake to the right and The Poets Bridge is visible in front of Mount Egmont, which rises in the background.
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PHO2007-177

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View of the Teahouse and band rotunda in Pukekura Park from a high vantage point. Band rotunda is partially obscured by trees, as is the Teahouse. Buildings occupy a central position in the background, while the foreground and middleground are dominated by trees and tree ferns.
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PHO2007-178

Mount Egmont viewed from Kapuni Gorge, Dawson Falls side. A rugged, rocky gorge leads to the mountain, which is sparsely covered in snow.
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PHO2007-181

Victoria Falls on Mount Egmont running into gorge. Foliage to the left, outcrop of rock to the right, with water flowing over rocks in the centre of the image into a pool.
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PHO2007-182

Colour postcard of Devon Street, looking towards Devon Street West from near the Liardet Street intersection. There is a group of people crossing the street, and traffic flows in both directions. A policeman stands in the centre of the street directing the flow of traffic.
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PHO2010-0704

Photo postcard of a group of wounded soldiers with two nurses posing between two buildings. Ruthven McLauren Monteath is pictured in the second row, second in from the left. He was convalescing in Slingshot and Homechurch Convalescent Home, England after being wounded in France during WWI. Postcard was written by Monteath and dated 8/12/1918.
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PHO2007-263

Photographic postcard showing the chalk kiwi, also known as the Bulford Kiwi, on Beacon hill above Sling Camp on the Salisbury Plain in England. The kiwi was completed in June 1919 in commemmoration of the New Zealand troops that occupied the camp from June 1916. The postcard depicts four army buildings in the midground with the kiwi visible on the hill that rises behind the camp.
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PHO2007-266

Photo postcard of a group of soldiers from B Company, 19th Reinforcements. Pictured sitting in the doorway to their tent. The man sitting cross-legged on the ground is Ruthven McLauren Monteath. Part of the Christine Scholes donation of Ruthven Monteath material.
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PHO2007-267

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Photo postcard of a nurse in full uniform posed in a studio. She wears a full-length white smock and a white nurses hat. The backdrop is in a classical style with ornate columns and foliage. Part of the Christine Scholes donation of Ruthven Monteath material. Notation on rear in Monteath's handwriting.
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PHO2007-268

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Photo postcard featuring dual imagery. The first image is the main street of Manaia. There are several horse and carriages in the foreground, groups of people standing on the street and a line of flags suspended between a power pole. Buildings are visible in the background. The second image is of Mount Egmont taken from Manaia. In the foreground a fence and some greenery in a paddock. The mountain is visible in the background. Sky is dominant in the background.
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PHO2008-102
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