View of Worser Bay, Wellington, New Zealand, from the south, showing coxwain’s house and boat shed. Photographed on 31 July 1887 by Frederick James Halse of Wellington.

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Looking along Devon Street, New Plymouth. Photograph taken 31 July 1937 by an unidentified staff photographer for the Evening Post.

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View of Northcote showing the approach to the Harbour Bridge under construction. Beyond is Auckland Harbour and Auckland City. Photographed by Leo White of Whites Aviation, 29 July 1957.

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Auckland Town Hall showing Peace celebration illuiminations, part of Peace Festival celebrations to mark the end of World war One and the signing of the Treaty of Versailles on 28 June 1919. Photograph taken July 1919 by William A Price from the Queen Street and Wellesley Street intersection.

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Smoke billowing from the Greytown Nurses’ Home. Fire fighters train hoses into the building. Photographed by an unknown photographer the 28th of July 1973.

The building which was being used by teachers at the time, was reduced to a shell.

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Wellington Newsboy, 1938. Taken by Eric Lee-Johnson.

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World War II soldiers of 23 New Zealand Battalion playing cards. Shows them in a building used for one night during the advance towards Florence, Italy. Included in the group are: K Sinclair (Kaiapoi), J Donaldson (Dunedin), W Galloway (Green Island), P J H Pope (Christchurch), J W J Gill (Blenheim), R S Thomson (Invercargill). F R H Edwards (Christchurch), H S Wilson (Kakanui). Photograph taken circa 25 July 1944 by George Kaye.

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Waikanae River, Kapiti Coast. Photograph taken by Leslie Adkin 24 July 1932

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View of the Salamanca Road bridge on the Kelburn cable car route, Wellington, New Zealand. Men can be seen working on the sides of the bridge. In the background are houses just below the Botanic Garden. Photographed by an Evening Post staff photographer on the 15th of July 1929.

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A crowd of people outside the tobacconists store run by R Farmer in Masterton, 22 July 1884, the day of the general election. Above, three male effigies are attached to the upper wall of the shop. These represent the three candidates for the seat. They are George Beetham (the dandy), who was the winner of the election, R E Hawkins (the pirate), and A W Hogg (the pig) (The effigies were later auctioned). The photograph was taken by Albert Edward Winzenberg, from the verandah of the Club Hotel.

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Pa of Ruatara at Rangihoua, Bay of Islands, photographed 22 July 1914 by Russell James Duncan.

Inscribed caption beneath image reads: Rangihoua, Ruatara’s Pa, Te Puna, Bay of Islands. Ruatara was a friend of Marsden & protected missionaries. First missionaries landed at foot of this hill.

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View from Lambton Quay, Wellington, of the Bank of New Zeland building under construction. On the left is part of the facade of the old bank of New Zealand which the new tower replaced. Photographed by Evening Post staff photographer Ron Fox 21 July 1979.

View from Lambton Quay, Wellington, of the Bank of New Zeland building under construction. On the left is part of the facade of the old bank of New Zealand which the new tower replaced. Photographed by Evening Post staff photographer Ron Fox 21 July 1979.

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Bren Gun Carrier demonstration at the General Motors plant in Petone, Wellington, circa July 1942, during a Parliamentary inspection of the plant. Photograph taken by a Evening Post staff photographer.

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Group of Ngati Haua Maori, outside Te Wai O Turongo meeting house, near Matamata. Hohua Ahowhenua is seated in the centre, with staff. Photograph taken by either Charles Hemus or John Robert Hanna, circa 1880s.

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Members of the 2nd NZEF on leave in Wellington, coming down a gangway in July 1943. Photograph taken by John Dobree Pascoe. Men and ship unidentified.

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