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Fitzherbert House was moved from its site near the observatory at Anzac Park, to a new location near Walter Dyer Hostel, on the Massey University campus. The 1906 home had to be moved in three stages. It was originally built for the Freeman Jackson and known as 'Bindaloe'.

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2008N_Ma45_TER_1386
Title
Moving Fitzherbert House onto the Massey University campus
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Public Photograph Collection
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Coolstore

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February 13, 1981

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