Heritage New Zealand Buildings

Have a look at some of the buildings in Palmerston North that feature on the Heritage New Zealand register.

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Booklet, Caccia Birch House
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Booklet, Caccia Birch House

Booklet giving a short history of Caccia Birch House, created by the Manawatu Committee for the New Zealand Historic Places Trust.

Creator
Date
January 1, 1980
Place
Hokowhitu
 
Historic Places in Palmerston North

Historic Places in Palmerston North

A description of places listed on the Register of Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga, as at 2007 revised 2013). Compiled by Rosemary Harris, Margaret Tate and Pat Scrivens and published by the Manawatu Branch of the New Zealand Historic Places Trust Pouhere Taonga. Buildings included: Regent Theatre; All Saints' Church; All Saints' Church Hall; Cathedral of the Holy Spirit; Grand Hotel building, Coronation Memorial,; Hitching Post; Te Peeti Te Awe Awe Memorial; Former T & G building; United Manawatu Lodge (now Aqaba); Ward Brothers building; Soldiers' Club building (former RSA, now Café Cuba); Palmerston North Technical Institute (now UCOL); Former Chief Post Office; Steeles building; Stubbs Jewellers building; Massey University Old Main Building (now Sir Geoffrey Perrin building); Massey University Refectory building; Wharerata; Craiglockhart (Moginie House); Old Dairy Factory (Dairy Research building); Caccia Birch house; 16 Guy Avenue; Kaingahou, 642 Pioneer Highway; 28 Ranfurly Street; Rangimarie, 3 Rangiora Avenue; Woolahra, Rangitikei Line; Cluny Park, Rangitikei Line; 239 and 241 Ruahine Street; 170 Russell Street; Hoffman Kiln; Hokowhitu School; Stone Wall, Pahiatua Track

Creator
Date
2013
Place
Palmerston North
 
The Houses of Bernard Cox

The Houses of Bernard Cox

Bernard Cox (1905 - 1970) was a Palmerston North architect. The houses designed by Cox are important as examples of modernism, a major twentieth century movement that revolutionised the way houses are designed and constructed and which expressed the social vision of the mid-twentieth century. This booklet, detailing Cox's life and some of his buildings, was written to accompany an exhibition mounted by the Manawatu Branch of the New Zealand Historic Places Trust.

 
42 - 50 George Street, Palmerston North

42 - 50 George Street, Palmerston North

Building plan for new shop at 42-50 George Street, to be built for Mrs J A Nash. Created by H Hickson A.N.Z.I.A., Registered Architect, Palmerston North. Shows elevation to George Street, side section, and Ground and First Floor plans. Building was constructed c. 1925, with an addition to the building (Cuba Street end) built at a later date.

Creator
Date
1925
Place
42 - 50 George Street, Palmerston North
 
Manawatu Journal of History: Volume 2

Manawatu Journal of History: Volume 2

The Manawatu Journal of History contains articles on the history of the wider Manawatu area, written by a variety of contributors. The Journal is published annually. Conditions of use: This journal is made available for personal use, study and research and all articles remain copyrighted to their original authors. For permission to reuse or publish please contact: The Editor, Manawatu Journal Associates, PO Box 1702, Palmerston North 4440.

Creator
Date
2006
Place
Palmerston North
 
Manawatu Journal of History: Volume 1

Manawatu Journal of History: Volume 1

The Manawatu Journal of History contains articles on the history of the wider Manawatu area, written by a variety of contributors. The Journal is published annually. Conditions of use: This journal is made available for personal use, study and research and all articles remain copyrighted to their original authors. For permission to reuse or publish please contact: The Editor, Manawatu Journal Associates, PO Box 1702, Palmerston North 4440.

 
Manawatu Journal of History: Volume 3

Manawatu Journal of History: Volume 3

The Manawatu Journal of History contains articles on the history of the wider Manawatu area, written by a variety of contributors. The Journal is published annually. Conditions of use: This journal is made available for personal use, study and research and all articles remain copyrighted to their original authors. For permission to reuse or publish please contact: The Editor, Manawatu Journal Associates, PO Box 1702, Palmerston North 4440.

 
Harakeke Placing

Harakeke Placing

Anzac Day 2016 - 2000 flax poppies were woven by the community and placed around the War Memorial in The Square.

Date
2016
 
Poppy Places Article - Leander Place

Poppy Places Article - Leander Place

The New Zealand Poppy Places Trust has been established to develop, promote, and oversee a nation-wide project to commemorate and recognise as part of the heritage of New Zealanders, the participation of New Zealand in military conflicts and military operational services overseas.

Creator
Date
October 11, 2018
Place
Leander Place, Palmerston North
 
All Saints' Children's Home Scrapbook - 1
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All Saints' Children's Home Scrapbook

Contains cuttings from local newspapers and the All Saints' Parish Magazine around the activities in the Home. The front cover of the book contains a photograph of the Ada Street home, while the inside front cover contains a photograph of the children and the Matron, Miss A Foley, dated 1917.

Date
1906 to 1919
 
Mark Bell-Booth

Mark Bell-Booth

Mark Bell-Booth was a member of the Palmerston North City Council 1991-2004, serving as Mayor 2001-2004. Mr Bell-Booth is a businessman and initially came to prominence during his “Save the Avenue” campaign.

 
Page 1: Dance programme for the Coronation Ball
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Dance programme for the Coronation Ball

A Ball, to celebrate the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, was held in the Astoria Ballroom, George Street, Palmerston North, 5 June 1953. A dance programme, carried by women attending, listed the number of dances held over the evening. Men put their names alongside the dance they wished to partner.

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