Corner of Tennyson and Hastings Streets, Napier

Production date
Post 03 Feb 1931

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About this object
The photograph shows the corner of Tennyson and Hastings Streets, Napier. Hastings Street runs from the right through the middle of the image. The tram lines can still be seen in the middle of the road. The Market Reserve building (Natusch & Son, architects) is on the right hand side followed by the Criterion Hotel (E A Williams, architect). On the left hand side is the Masonic Hotel (Prouse & Wilson, architects).

All of the buildings are new having been built after the 3 February 1931 Hawke's Bay earthquake. Photographer, A B Hurst.
Production period
Production technique
Media/Materials description
Black and white photograph glued to the cardboard page of a photograph album.
Measurements
Height x Width: 157 x 205mm
Height x Width: 205 x 260mm
Signature/Inscription
y85/12/4, Inscription, Handwritten
Subject period
Subject date
Post 03 Feb 1931
Display location
Current rights
Credit Line
gifted by Mrs McKenzie
Other number(s)
m82/25 a, Album 60, 15609, 78895

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