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  Work began on this building in late 1924 and was completed in July 1925. It was constructed for Mr Edgar Carryer who had bought the Egmont Clothing Company (1902-1919) from
  Browse T.H. Bates Buildings    Thomas H. Bates: Architect Thomas Bates’ Work in Context The three individuals who have most affected the present cityscape of New Plymouth are the surveyor,
  In 1862 New Plymouth's first Primitive Methodist Church  was erected on this site. It was replaced in 1904 by a larger church building designed by noted New Plymouth architect Frank
  A permit for this two-storey building was issued on 11 March 1925. It was connected to the Devon Street building and greatly increased C.C.Ward's retail space. (see linked topic).
Waiwaka Terrace is not quite the street it once was. At the time the road was formed, most probably in the late 19th century, it crossed Mangorei Road and the