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Architectural plans for the additions and alterations to the Whareroa Factory of the Hāwera Co-operative Dairy Company Limited. Created by architects Duffill & Gibson in March 1919.
Maker
Rough & Duffill
Primary Maker
Rough & Duffill
Department
Archives
Classification
Production Date
1919
Subject Person

Archive Contents

  Folder

1. W16 Plan showing existing and proposed floor plans, elevations, sections and plan of tank and stand. '64 B' written in bottom left quadrant. Scale 8 feet to 1 inch.

2. W16.1 Contract plan showing existing and proposed floor plans and 1/2 inch scale detail of sweet whey tank. Contract signed bottom center by J.R. Corrigan (Chairman of Directors, Hawera Co-operative Dairy Company Limited) and H.W. Lewis (South Taranaki Building Company), dated 15 March 1919. Stamp for Hawera Co-operative Dairy Company Limited in bottom center. An adhesive label with 'Draw A.3' written on it affixed to bottom left quadrant. '236' written in bottom left quadrant.

3. W16.2 Plan showing existing and proposed floor plans and 1/2 inch scale detail of sweet whey tank.

4. W16.3 Plan showing elevations, sections, 1/2 inch scale detail of stage and alleyway, 1/4 inch scale detail of reinforcements and 1 inch scale detail of beam sections. Scale 1/8 inch to 1 foot. Pencil sketch on reverse.

5. W16.4 Contract plan howing elevations, sections, 1/2 inch scale detail of stage and alleyway, 1/4 inch scale detail of reinforcements and 1 inch scale detail of beam sections. Contract signed top right quadrant by J.R. Corrigan (Chairman of Directors, Hawera Co-operative Dairy Company Limited) and H.W. Lewis (South Taranaki Building Company), dated 15 March 1919. Stamp for Hawera Co-operative Dairy Company Limited in top right quadrant. Scale 1/8 inch to 1 foot.

Accession No
ARC2003-1044

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