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This building appears to have served as Tuckers' wine merchant business until the 1940s. The two shops on the street fronage are the Sweet Nook Confectionery and P Hosking, Watchmaker, and directories would suggest they operated next to each other for a short time around 1950. At that time Devonshire House was a boarding house run by Mrs Clark. The Police Station, built 1939, can be seen to the right.

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Digitisation ID
2009P_Bc451_BUI_2533
Title
Devonshire House, Church Street
Relation
Public Photograph Collection Bc 451
Held In
Coolstore
License
no_known_restrictions

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Church Street, Palmerston North
Date
circa 1950

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