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  According to the 1995 NPDC Heritage Study this two-storey masonry building was probably built in the early 1900s (1910?). The architect and builder are unknown. A photograph of the building taken
  This two storey timber building is thought to have been built about 1890. It is similar in style to the Arizona Takeaways and Exchange Chambers buildings which are linked
  This villa at 135 Powderham Street was built for Arthur Mofflin about 1900. Mofflin was a cabinetmaker and advertisements indicate that he had owned land near the corner of Powderham
  This three-storey building was built in 1905 for New Plymouth general merchants, Burgess, Fraser & Company. The architect was James Sanderson and the builder, Mr J. Morris A building permit for the combined
This single storey concrete building was built in 1935. It occupies an historic site as described in the plaque outside. This is where the first public hospital in New Plymouth