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A house view from the street.
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WD.043354

Small farm cottage with cleared land in foreground and bush in background. Cottage situated left middleground with path extending from left foreground to right of cottage. Single figure walking on path, two figures in front of cottage and two cattle in right middleground. Mt Taranaki/Egmont is visible right background.
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A64.036

Small framed oil painting depicting landscape scene from Upper Koru Road, Oakura. Ranges in background. Houses in centre and green fields in foreground.
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A66.134

A six part panorama of farmland and bush at Urenui. A cluster of farm buildings are visible in the centre of the panorama.
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A83.855

Farm scene with house, livestock, and two people looking towards a horse. Trees surround the area. Coastal landscape visible in the background.
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A66.183

The first concreting done on Rugby Road, Tariki. Image depicts left to right: August Fabish, Joe Fabish, Mick Fabish, Jim Fabish and Joseph ('Dad') Fabish working up the concrete outside the cowshed on their farm.
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PHO2008-1784

View of 'The Red House', built by James Chapman-Taylor for his brother Harold and Harold's wife Kathleen in 1903-1904, and the 'Rosanagh' property. Multiple changes were made to 'The Red House' over the years. The 'Rosanagh' property belonged to Theodore and Ada Taylor, parents of Chapman-Taylor. They named the property 'Rosanagh' after Theodore's father's birthplace, Rosanna, in Ireland.
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PHO2010-0468

View of 'The Red House', built by James Chapman-Taylor for his brother Harold and Harold's wife Kathleen in 1903-1904, and the 'Rosanagh' property. Multiple changes were made to 'The Red House' over the years. The 'Rosanagh' property belonged to Theodore and Ada Taylor, parents of Chapman-Taylor. They named the property 'Rosanagh' after Theodore's father's birthplace, Rosanna, in Ireland.
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PHO2010-0482

Homestead and barn at Merton on the outskirts of New Plymouth. Cleared land, felled trees and stumps are visible in the foreground. A single cow is situated in the lower right corner. The cottage was originally called "French's house" when Henry and James Richmond lived in it in May 1851. The cottage was enlarged and improved to become "New Merton" and became the Richmond's first homestead.
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TM.2002.121

Two storied farmhouse in grass clearing with stumps and logs in foreground. Mt Taranaki/Egmont is visible in the background. The name "Merton" was given to the farm by James and Henry Richmond after their hometown near Wimbledon, England. The house was built by them in 1851.
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A64.810

Silver gelatin photograph of the Waitara Freezing Works mounted on card. The large weatherboard-clad building has a fence running along the left side with bushes in front and a tree in the background on the right. There is a dog standing on the left on a path that runs along the front of the building.
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PHO2016-0052

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A copy photograph of the rear view of a house on the 'Rosanagh' property, Ngaere. The house is pictured near the centre of the image and the cow shed is visible on the right. Fencing can be seen on the cleared land and both logs and tree stumps litter the clearing. A tall stand of trees is visible in the background. The house belonged to Theodore and Ada Taylor, parents of James Chapman-Taylor, and was built in 1886. They named their property 'Rosanagh' after Theodore's father's birthplace, Rosanna, in Ireland.
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PHO2010-0447

A copy photograph of the Taylor family's first home in Ngaere, pictured in the foreground. The house was a one-room cottage constructed by Theodore Taylor between the purchase of the land in late 1879 and the arrival of his family in June 1880. The second Taylor home is visible behind the cottage and was built in 1886. A fence and row of trees are pictured in front of the cottage. The 'Rosanagh' property belonged to Theodore and Ada Taylor, parents of James Chapman-Taylor. They named the property 'Rosanagh' after Theodore's father's birthplace, Rosanna, in Ireland.
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PHO2010-0448

A copy photograph of the house built in 1886 on the 'Rosanagh' property, Ngaere. Tree stumps dominate the foreground and an area of bush is pictured on the left of the image. The house belonged to Theodore and Ada Taylor, parents of James Chapman-Taylor. They named their property 'Rosanagh' after Theodore's father's birthplace, Rosanna, in Ireland.
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PHO2010-0449

A copy photograph of the house designed and built by James Chapman-Taylor for his brother Harold and wife Kathleen at 32 Taylor Road, Ngaere. The house was built in 1903-1904 and was known as the 'Red House' because it was painted with red lead. The 'Red House' was built on the 'Rosanagh' property that belonged Theodore and Ada Taylor, parents of Harold and James Chapman-Taylor. Harold and Kathleen later purchased 'Rosanagh' from Harold's parents in 1910. Copy photograph from an original photograph taken by James Walter Chapman-Taylor in circa 1930.
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PHO2010-0451

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A copy photograph from a negative of the 'Rosanagh' property at 32 Taylor Road, Ngaere taken circa 1970. The house pictured has 6 rooms with a garage and games room underneath. Other farm buildings are also pictured. Mount Taranaki is visible in the background. Originally, the house was designed and built by James Chapman-Taylor for his brother Harold and wife Kathleen. It was built in 1903-1904 and was known as the 'Red House' because it was painted with red lead. The 'Red House' was built on the 'Rosanagh' property belonging to Theodore and Ada Taylor, parents of Harold and James Chapman-Taylor. Harold and Kathleen later purchased 'Rosanagh' from Harold's parents in 1910.
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PHO2010-0452

Jubilee Dairy Factory (looking north) owned by Chew Chong at Eltham. Suppliers with horse drawn drays loaded with canisters are parked in front of the factory. The factory was Eltham's first dairy factory.
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PHO2005-178

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

A copy photograph of the children of Harold Chapman-Taylor and wife Kathleen standing outside the house on the 'Rosanagh' property, Ngaere. The house belonged to Theodore and Ada Taylor, parents of Harold and James Chapman-Taylor, and was built in 1886. They named the property 'Rosanagh' after Theodore's father's birthplace, Rosanna, in Ireland.
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PHO2010-0450

Exterior view of villa at 12 Ronald Street, Strandon.
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WD.043355

Newton King farming machine display.
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SW1954.1438

Colour photograph of the original cheese factory building in Douglas, east Taranaki, taken in 1983. The building is white with pale blue doors and a brown corrugated iron roof. There is a sign for "Eric Darrah Ltd / Heavy Haulage / General Carriers" on the front of the building.

The Douglas cheese factory (a branch of the Stratford Farmers' Co-Op) replaced the original creamery that was built in the 1890s and that burnt down in 1918. The building in this photograph was erected in approximately 1919. The factory was closed down in 1958.
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PHO2014-0191

Alfred Marsh's farm house at Junction Road, New Plymouth, 1877. Painting depicts farm house and three buildings on a hill in the centre middle ground, Mt Taranaki/Egmont right middle ground and small lake with row boat (containing two people) in left foreground. Single cow grazes in lower right corner. While the land has been cleared, a number of dead tree trunks litter the landscape.
R.A.N. Earl (born 1833).
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A86.018

Exterior shot of City Dairy Limited on the corner of King and Dawson Streets, New Plymouth. This view is looking towards Devon Street. A line of nine vehicles are parked outside Dawson Street side of the building. Convent visible in background.
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SW1947.0141

A factory building dominates the composition. To the left of the building there are two horse-drawn carriages filled with cylindrical tanks. Pipes run from a balcony type part of the building to the tanks. There is one man standing in each of the carriages. The man closest to the front has been identified as Thomas Day. There is also a man seated on the balcony area of the building. There are various farm implements and pieces of machinery beside the building including a barrel. A wooden ladder rests against the balcony.
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PHO2011-2474
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