RP, Maori Carving, New Zealand, 1920-1940s -  (item 34297781 in Postcards... New Zealand)

RP, Maori Carving, New Zealand, - (item 34297781 in Postcards. New Zealand)

Vintage Photos: Harold Gear Paton. New Zealander G J Lewis  holding the dog named Trip Trip, the unit pet, 9 March 1943

New Zealander G J Lewis holding the dog named Trip Trip, the unit pet, 9 March 1943

State housing dominated much of New Zealand building during the 1940's - 1960's. Built to a high standard using durable materials these weatherboard houses made up almost 28% of all new builds during this period. Now known for their durable, sturdy build, these once state owned weatherboard homes are now highly sought after in the search for a solid home.

State housing dominated much of New Zealand building during the 1940's - 1960's. Built to a high standard using durable materials these weatherboard houses made up almost 28% of all new builds during this period. Now known for their durable, sturdy build, these once state owned weatherboard homes are now highly sought after in the search for a solid home.

"Model in a soft caniche brown dress with white stitching in Super-Zealand wool jersey, by Huxley, 1944." #vintage #fashion #1940s #dog

New York 1944 Model in a soft caniche brown dress with white stitching in Super-Zealand wool jersey, by Huxley.

Brewster Hut - Mt Aspiring National Park, New Zealand

Brewster Hut - Mt Aspiring National Park, New Zealand

Tapa, Unknown, 1940s, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Tapa, Unknown, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

Heather Jock Hut, Queenstown/Wakatipu, New Zealand. Photo: Michael/digitaltrails #dochuts

Heather Jock Hut, Queenstown/Wakatipu, New Zealand.

Scene in the bush showing a thatched hut, three people, and washing on a line.

A woman and two men stand outside a dwelling thatched with nīkau palm fronds in the Waikato, New Zealand in with washing drying on lines. Women’s long dresses were rather impractical in a damp bush environment, and their hems were often muddy

Heather Jock Hut, Whakaari Conservation Area, New Zealand

In Heather Jock Hut above see level) used to live scheelite miners. Scheelite, being tungsten ore, is known for its use in.

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