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2001 View By Ron Lambert: Courtesy Puke Ariki Collection, Not to Be Used Without Permission This cottage was constructed for Dr Francis Blake Hutchinson and his family in 1888, soon
  This building on the south-side of Rata Street was built for Robert Barr Young in 1925, and was funded by a WWI Returned Soldier's loan. The building was designed by
The Inglewood County Council employed noted New Plymouth architects Messenger, Griffiths and Taylor to design their new offices in 1924 - the successful tenderer for construction of the building was
Tenders for the erection of a police station (in wood) at Inglewood, were advertised during late June 1922. See Taranaki Herald, 28 June 1922, page 7
This reinforced concrete building was constructed for Inglewood Grocer John McLean in 1925. The building was designed by noted New Plymouth architects Messenger, Griffiths and Taylor, who advertised for tenders