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Architectural plans for the Public Trust Office located on the corner of High Street and Caledonia Street in Hāwera. Plans range in date from 1928 to 1932 and were created by Wellington architect Stanley W. Fearn, Hāwera architects Duffill and Gibson and Wellington architects Hoggard and Prouse.
Maker
Rough & Duffill
Primary Maker
Rough & Duffill
Department
Archives
Classification
Production Date
1928-1932

Archive Contents

  Folder

1. P32 Details for steel work showing plan and elevations. Created by Feariz, dated December 1928. 'Drawing No.7' written in top left quadrant. Scale 1 inch to 8 feet.

2. P32.1 Ground floor plan for general office. Created by Feariz, dated December 1928. 'Drawing No.6' written in bottom left quadrant. Scale 1/4 inch to 1 foot.

3. P32.2 First floor plan for general office. Created by Feariz, dated January 1929. 'Drawing No.11' written in bottom left quadrant. Scale 1/4 inch to 1 foot.

4. P32.3 Details of steel casements. Created by Feariz, dated December 1928. 'Drawing No.8' written in top left quadrant. Scale 1/2 inch to 1 foot.

5. P32.4 Contract plan showing details of reinforced concrete and roof plan. Created by Duffill & Gibson, dated January 1932. Contract signed top right quadrant by E. Pacey (contractor), dated 15 February 1932. 'J.40' written in top and bottom left quadrants. Scale 1/2 inch to 1 foot and 1/8 inch to 1 foot.

6. P32.6 Floor plan, elevations, section, roof plan and details of motor shed. Created by Haggard & Prouse. Scale 1/8 inch to 1 foot.

7. P32.7 Floor plans, elevations and sections. Created by Duffill & Gibson, dated January 1929. 'The Working Drawing' written in top center.

8. P32.8 1/2 inch detail of front showing elevation and section. Created by Haggard & Prouse.

9. P32.9 Working drawing showing floor plans, elevations and sections. Created by Feariz, dated October 1928. 'Drawing No.5' written in top left quadrant. Scale 1/8 inch to 1 foot.

Accession No
ARC2004-1393

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