Foresters' Hall, Dickens Street, Napier

Production date
Post 03 Feb 1931

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About this object
This photograph depicts the Foresters' Hall on Dickens Street in Napier.

This Spanish mission style building, designed by Napier architect D B Frame, was constructed in 1919 as the Ancient Order of Foresters' district building. Made of reinforced concrete, the structure survived the Hawke's Bay earthquake on the 3rd of February.

The photographer is thought to be Frank L Moodie, architect.
Primary Maker
Production period
Production technique
Media/Materials description
Black and white photograph.
Measurements
Height x Width: 106 x 82mm
Signature/Inscription
Light R.C Structure with timber floors and roof., Inscription, Handwritten
RSA Napier, Inscription, Handwritten
4, Inscription, Handwritten
Subject period
Subject date
Post 03 Feb 1931
Display location
Current rights
Credit Line
gifted by Margaret Burton
Other number(s)
m90/31, 7256 l, 76624

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