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Architectural plans for the Central Hotel located on the west side of Union Street in Hāwera. Created by architects John Duffill and Joseph E. Roe for Mary Cramp in 1915.
Maker
Roe, Joseph E.
Duffill, John Alfred
Primary Maker
Joseph E. Roe
John Alfred Duffill
Department
Archives
Classification
Production Date
June 1915

Archive Contents

  Folder

1. C6 Floorplan of Central Hotel. Stamp of Joseph E. Roe (architect) on top right quadrant. Verification of licensing approval, signed by Roe in bottom right quadrant. Scale 4 feet to 1 inch.

2. C6.1 Front elevation and section of Central Hotel. Stamp of Joseph E. Roe (architect) on top right quadrant. 'No.3' written on top left quadrant in pencil. Faded writing in red ink, bottom right quadrant. Verification of licensing approval, signed by Roe in bottom right quadrant. Scale 4 feet to 1 inch.

3. C6.2 Contract plan of Central Hotel showing floorplans, elevation and section. Contract signed top right quadrant. Stamp verifying compliance with Hawera borough by-laws, signed by John Sturrock on bottom right quadrant. Scale 8 feet to 1 inch.

4. C6.3 Plan of Central Hotel showing back and side elevations. Verification of licensing approval, signed by Roe in bottom right quadrant. Scale 4 feet to 1 inch.

5. C6.4 Plan of Central Hotel showing site and drainage plan, elevation and section of sample room and urinals. Stamp of Joseph E. Roe (architect) on top right quadrant. 'No.5' written in ink top left quadrant. Scale 8 feet to 1 inch. Sketched done in pencil on reverse.

6. C6.6 Floorplan of Central Hotel. Stamp of Joseph E. Roe (architect) on top right quadrant. Verification of licensing approval, signed by Roe in bottom right quadrant. 'No.2' written in ink top left quadrant. Scale 4 feet to 1 inch.

Accession No
ARC2003-1139

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