Carlyle Street, Napier

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Public Domain
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Object detail

About this object
View of Carlyle Street taken from Napier Hill after 1897. Buildings of Carlyle Street that are visible in the photograph include the Methodist Church, Main School and Clive Square. The Trinity Methodist Church, located adjacent to Clive Square, is also visible as is the spire of St Patrick's, which can be seen beyond a grove of trees in the middle distance.

Photographer, unknown
Production technique
Media/Materials description
Black and white photograph.
Measurements
Height x Width: 149 x 201mm
Signature/Inscription
not a duplicate
Carlyle St, Inscription
Subject period
Subject date
Early 20th Century
Caption
Collection of Hawke's Bay Museums Trust, Ruawharo Tā-ū-rangi, 13054
Credit Line
gifted by Mrs J Sweatman
Other number(s)
m82/36, 13054, 75292

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If what my cousin told me is correct, the third building from the corner of Carlyle and Tennyson Street was a Salvation Army Church. The house next to it was rented by my grandparents. The earthquake caused some of the Church to fall onto the house.

- Denise Gore on 15-04-2019 06:05:14

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