King's Chambers building in Wellington, after Wairarapa earthquake, Sep 1942
Reference Number: EP-Science-Earthquakes 1940s and 1950s-03
King's Chambers building on the corner of Willeston and Willis Streets, Wellington, under (demolition?/repair?) after the Wairarapa earthquake of 24 June 1942. Shows surrounding scaffolding with a sign attached which reads: "The Love Construction Co Ltd". Photograph taken circa 12 September 1942 by an unidentified Evening Post staff photographer.
1 image, categorised under Building portraits and Silver gelatin photoprints, related to King's Chambers (Wellington), Willis Street, Willeston Street, Buildings - Earthquake effects, Scaffolding, Earthquakes - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Wrecking - New Zealand - Wellington Region and Buildings - New Zealand - Wellington Region.
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Extent: 1 b&w original photographic print(s)Silver gelatin print 21.5 x 16.4 cm. Vertical imageSingle photograph
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