Thomas McDermott's Fencible Cottage; Fairfield, Geoff; 1963; 2018.137.08.

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Thomas McDermott's Fencible Cottage

About this object

Fencible Thomas McDermott's cottage being dismantled prior to its removal to Howick Historic Village prior to its restoration by the Howick Historical Society in 1964. This was the Society's first working bee. The workers are having a tea break. From left: Geoff Twiss, Arthur White. Roy White, Dee Collings and Alwyn Zellerman. McDermott Cottage was also known as Spencer Home In Jellicoe Road + 3 copies

Maker

Fairfield, Geoff

Maker Role

Photographer

Date Made

1963

Measurements

13 x 9

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Houses

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Windows

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Roofs

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Trees

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People

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Working bees

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Twiss, Geoff

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White, Arthur

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White, Roy

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Collings, Dee

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Zellman, Alwyn

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Royal New Zealand Fencibles Corps.

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Howick and Districts Historical Society

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Howick Historical Village

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McDermott's Fencible cottage,

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Garden of Memories

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Spencer Home

Collection

Fairfield

Object Type

Print, Photographic

Object number

2018.137.08.

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