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Frederick Needham was a carpenter. He originally worked at Perrin Brothers & Needham at 46 Rangitikei Street, but from c 1920-1933 he was listed as a builder on his own account at the same address. His taglin reads, "Concrete and Jobbing Work Executed. Estimates Given." Behind the joinery factory was a timber yard, which was accessed along the right of way beside the letter box shown in the photograph.

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Object type
Image
Relation
Public Photograph Collection Bc 420
Date
circa 1900 to circa 1930
Digitisation ID
2007P_Bc420_WOR_0097
Held In
Coolstore

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staff,
tradesman,
workers,
young men,
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