Hornibrook, G. W :Proposed plan of additions. Isolation ward, Tauherenikau Race Course. End elevation. Proposed addition. Office of Director of Camp and Barrack Construction. 15 June 1916. [Drawn by] G. W. Hornibrook. A. O. Brett, R. Q. M..S., Foreman of
Reference Number: Plans-80-2303
Plans for conversion of an existing building at Tauherenikau Race Course to an isolation ward, as a wartime measure, with the addition of an extra 10 feet. Tauherenikau, near Featherston was the site of a First World War training camp.
1 image, categorised under Architectural drawings, related to Mr G W Hornibrook, Tauherenikau Military Camp, New Zealand. Defence Department. Office of Director of Camp and Barrack Construction., Tauherenikau, World War, 1914-1918 - Hospitals, World War, 1914-1918 - Medical care, World War, 1914-1918 - Military facilities - New Zealand and Hospitals - New Zealand - Wellington Region.
Hornibrook, G. W :Proposed plan of additions. Isolation ward, Tauherenikau Race Course. End elevation. Proposed addition. Office of Director of Camp and Barrack Construction. 15 June 1916. [Drawn by] G. W. Hornibrook. A. O. Brett, R. Q. M..S., Foreman of, Reference Number Plans-80-2303 (1 digitised items)
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