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Auckland

Collection by Daniel Searchfield

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Old Farmers Santa parade Auckland City Nz History, Nz Art, Auckland New Zealand, Kiwiana, Tonne, Back In The Day, What Is Like, Old Photos, Childhood Memories

Santa turns the big five-o

The famous Farmers Santa on Whitcoulls corner celebrates his 50th year as a nostalgic festive icon on Auckland’s CBD sky line.

Karangahape Road, one of Auckland's busiest shopping areas Norfolk Island, Auckland New Zealand, My Family History, History Projects, Old Images, History Photos, Heart For Kids, City Streets

Karangahape Road, one of Auckland's busiest shopping areas

Title: Auckland City - Streets Publicity Caption: Karangahape Road, one of Auckland's busiest shopping areas. Photographer: R. Anderson June 1975, Auckland Archives New Zealand Reference: AAQT 6539 W3537 152 / B7589 www.archway.archives.govt.nz/ViewFullItem.do?code=24810680 For further enquiries please email research.archives@dia.govt.nz Material from Archives New Zealand Te Rua Mahara o te Kāwanatanga

“The intersection of Shortland Street and Queen Street, 1900 Nz History, History Photos, Family History, New Zealand Houses, Auckland New Zealand, How To Buy Land, Historical Photos, The Neighbourhood, Street View

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Bill ✔️ Vulcan Lane, Auckland Muir & Moodie, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa Bill Gibson-Patmore. Nz History, My Family History, Norfolk Island, Auckland New Zealand, Kiwiana, Time Photo, Historical Photos, Continents, Old Photos

Vulcan Lane, Auckland Muir & Moodie, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa (S.010857

Bill ✔️ Farmers Trading Co. Hobson Streert, Auckland New Zealand. Now converted to The Heritage Hotel. Heritage Hotel, Auckland New Zealand, My Family History, Old Images, Historical Photos, Farmers, Kiwi, Coco, Caption

Bill ✔️ Farmers Trading Co. Hobson Streert, Auckland New Zealand. Now converted to The Heritage Hotel. Bill Gibson-Patmore. (curation & caption: @BillGP). Bill✔️

Aerial photograph taken by Whites Aviation. Quantity: 1 b&w original negative(s). Physical Description: Glass negative, x inches Nz History, My Family History, Queensland Australia, Western Australia, Auckland New Zealand, Old Images, Brisbane, Sydney, Interesting History

Southern Motorway extension, Drury, Papakura, Auckland | National Library of New Zealand

Aerial photograph taken by Whites Aviation. Quantity: 1 b&w original negative(s). Physical Description: Glass negative, 4.75 x 6.5 inches

Sea Bee Air (New Zealand) Grumman Widgeon ZK-AVM at Mechanics Bay, Auckland on 9 May 1978. Photo : F B Gavin Amphibious Aircraft, Air New Zealand, Flying Boat, Auckland, Old Photos, Aviation, Swimming, Wings, Bee

Sea Bee Air (New Zealand) Grumman Widgeon ZK-AVM at Mechanics Bay, Auckland on 9 May 1978. Photo : F B Gavin

Bill ✔️ Franklin Road and College Hill, Auckland New Zealand There is now a New World Supermarket on this corner! Auckland New Zealand, My Family History, Historical Photos, Paris Skyline, The Neighbourhood, Corner, College, Island

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Bill ✔️ Franklin Road and College Hill, Auckland New Zealand There is now a New World Supermarket on this corner! Bill Gibson-Patmore. (curation & caption: @BillGP). Bill✔️

Destruction of "His Majesty's Theatre" in 1987 when demolition crews needed police protection. I was living across the road on Queen St in the Insecurity Bldg, they had half of it down during the wee hours before those who cared could make a stand. Auckland New Zealand, My Family History, Insecurity, Destruction, South Africa, Theatre, Ireland, The Neighbourhood, Police

Destruction of "His Majesty's Theatre" in 1987 when demolition crews needed police protection. I was living across the road on Queen St in the Insecurity Bldg, they had half of it down during the wee hours before those who cared could make a stand.