Beach Cottages 1915-16

Beach Cottages 1915-16 (Note Firebell and Dogcart.) R. to L. Calderwood's Store (Kennedy's – moved to be Spencer's Milk Bar). Above – Armour, Steel (Beeston), Burt (Bassick), Walsh (Gilmour), Evitt, Ford Williams, Hovey, Skinner, Maunder. Above – Coote, Stevens, Sleven. (Photo – Harry Armour)

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Beach Cottages 1915-16
Beach Cottages about 1913

Beach Cottages about 1913 (from Armour's). Lower R. to L. – Burt, Tent – Dixon (prospector), Walsh, Evitt, Hovey, Skinner. Above – Pilsbury (Poland), Kane, Roberts. (Photo – Harry Armour)

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Beach Cottages about 1913
Coach at Mackaytown

Coach at Mackaytown

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Coach at Mackaytown
Paeroa about 1924, Corner Belmont and Normanby Road

Paeroa about 1924, Corner Belmont and Normanby Road. Band Stand (from Karangahake) and Fire Bell. Buildings from left Gazette Office, Hayward Bros., Ellis (Blacksmith), Mrs Spry (Stationery). A.A.J.

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Paeroa about 1924, Corner Belmont and Normanby Road
Fire 1925

Extreme Left: - Smith's Billiard Room, Upstairs Talboy (Dentist). Present Post Office in course of construction. Site of fire now Fleming & Son. Photo taken from Projection Box of old Gaiety Theatre in Wharf St (1925). By A.A. Jenkinson

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Fire 1925
Horse Power in front of Waihi Central School

Horse Power in front of Waihi Central School (Date?). Is small building the original school? [see Journal 7: Mrs E.G. Lockington Writes - E]

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Horse Power in front of Waihi Central School
The Karangahake Fire Brigade

The Karangahake Fire Brigade

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The Karangahake Fire Brigade
School children on Swing Bridge, Owharoa

Over 60 years ago.

"School children on Swing Bridge, Owharoa (Waihi district)."

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School children on Swing Bridge, Owharoa
Waihi Beach, the finest ocean beach in New Zealand

Waihi Beach, the finest ocean beach in New Zealand, with a stretch of five miles of hard sand, and the popular sea-side resort of the Ohinemuri and Waikato Districts. A twenty minutes' run from Waihi Railway Station on a first-class road. (Photo – Harry Armour)

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Waihi Beach, the finest ocean beach in New Zealand
Waihi Beach Today (Whites Aviation)

Waihi Beach Today (Whites Aviation)

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Waihi Beach Today (Whites Aviation)
Waihi about 1900 – Seddon St

Waihi about 1900 – Seddon St (R. to L.) Stirling Hotel and Stables. Across Meuller St Robinson's Boarding House (later McMillan's), C. Saunder's Book Shop, McWatters's Store, Open Space, Church of England Kenny St – Large House (Joe Saunders, Carpenter) now Mrs Fry. (Photo by George Chappell)

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Waihi about 1900 – Seddon St
Waihi about 1912, Seddon St

Waihi about 1912, Seddon St (R. to L.) Commerical Hotel previously Tanners. Rob Roy Hotel – Flett, Kelly, Weedon. (Photo by George Chappell)

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Waihi about 1912, Seddon St
W.T. Hammond M.B.E. of Thorton's Bay

W.T. Hammond M.B.E. of Thorton's Bay studies the portrait of a famous Chief.

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W.T. Hammond M.B.E. of Thorton's Bay
Map used on Waihi Historical Society Field Trip

Map used on Waihi Historical Society Field Trip, 2-4-66. T.J. Gordon

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Map used on Waihi Historical Society Field Trip
Paeroa Map

Paeroa Map

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Paeroa Map
 
 
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