Salvation Army captain Beryl Hutchings outside an empty state house in Waitangirua, Porirua East - Photograph taken by Mark Coote, ca 20 Apr 1993
Reference Number: EP-Municipal-Towns, Wellington and suburbs-Porirua-02
Salvation Army captain Beryl Hutchings outside an empty double-unit state house in Westmeath street, Waitangirua, Porirua East. Photograph taken circa 20 April 1993 by Evening Post staff photographer Mark Coote.
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Extent: 1 colour original photographic print(s)Dye coupler print 14.8 x 21.6 cm. Single photograph
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