Wagstaff's General Store and Post Office and Honeymoon Cottage.; 1904; 2018.027....

Name/Title

Wagstaff's General Store and Post Office and Honeymoon Cottage.

About this object

Wagstaff's General Store and Post Office and Honeymoon Cottage, Howe St, Howick. 1904. The following details are from Mrs E Brickhill via A la Roche - The Honeymoon Cottage (left) was let to couples by Webbers, It was later shidted to Selwyn Road, opposite Shamrock Cottage. Wagstaff's PO and Store was pulled down in 1908/ It has french doors on 3 sides. Part of it was used in Littlewick. Wagstaffs had horse buses and a blacksmith shop. (right of centre). The Hall (right) now Mrs Blank's. Jim Wallen remove the verandah. Bought in 1908 by Lamberts. Let in summer to summer visitors. Dr U-son from Otahuhu had rooms here. Leter Dr Baber and Dr Lange, also from Otahuhu. 2 copies and 2 enlrgements

Date Made

1904

Measurements

16 x 11

Object Type

Print, Photographic

Subject and Association Keywords

Post offices

Subject and Association Keywords

Stores & shops

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Fences

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Roofs

Subject and Association Keywords

Norfolk

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Pines

Subject and Association Keywords

Halls

Subject and Association Keywords

Wagstaff's Store

Subject and Association Keywords

Wagstaff's General Store and Post Office

Subject and Association Keywords

Howe Street

Subject and Association Keywords

Honeymoon Cottage, Howe Street

Named Collection

Knowles

Object number

2018.027.01

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