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  Little is currently known about the history of this board and batten settlers cottage, although based on its style, was likely constructed in the 1860s-70s period. A scrapbook on
2018 View: By Hamish Crimp   The Queen Street Takeaways building was probably constructed by influential early Waitara settler Joseph Pennington during late-1879 and was almost certainly in existence by
2018 View: By Hamish Crimp This two-storied timber building was likely constructed during the 1890s by Thomas Shaw Drynan, who had owned the property (Pt Section 1 of Block 96
Detail from circa 1890s view of Waitara The southern portion of this building was constructed for Samuel Joll in 1879 as a butcher's shop. The northern portion of the building
1913 view by Frederick George Radcliffe, Auckland City Libraries Collection Established during 1867 with Thomas Leedom as proprietor, the Waitara Hotel was originally located at the corner of High and