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Architects, Reginald (at left) and William Thorrold-Jaggard, at the site of the Eventide Home, built in 1957. The Eventide Home, designed by the Thorrold-Jaggards, was constructed as a home for 40 elderly people at a cost of $60,000, largely due to the local Society of the Friends of the Aged and community fundraising. In 1961 it was renamed Brightwater Home.

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Image
Digitisation ID
2011N_H74_004768
Title
Reginald and William Thorrold-Jaggard
Relation
Public Photograph Collection H 74 (Disk E-PC24)
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Coolstore

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Brightwater Terrace, Palmerston North
Date
April 10, 1957

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Palmerston North City Library

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