Courtenay Place looking towards Taranaki Street
Reference Number: 1/2-046970-G
Shows Courtenay Place looking towards Taranaki Street. On the left, no 2, are toilet specialists and adjoining that building is No 4 which appears to have several occupants, including F B King, a chemist, F Boffa, a tobacconist, Kodak Supplies, Public Typiste, and a locksmith. In the next block is a cafe showing a sign reading `Refreshments and teas' and further down is Symonds Ltd. On the side of Symonds building is a sign `Quality fresh Butchers'. Sunlight soap have a sign on the next building and farther down is Wilson's Cement. On the left side, across from Wilson, is Martin's and below that, nearer to Taranaki St, Fords have a sign displaying `Morris'. A bus station is surrounded by trees in in the centre of the road. On the street outside No. 2 is a brass band. Photograph taken by Sydney Charles Smith ca 1920s
1 image, categorised under Cityscapes, related to Francis B King, F Boffa (Firm), Courtenay Place, Brass bands, Streets - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Buses - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Commercial buildings - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Motor vehicles and Business enterprises - New Zealand - Wellington Region.
Smith, Sydney Charles, 1888-1972 : Photographs of New Zealand, Reference Number PA-Group-00242 (1258 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w original negative(s)Single negative
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Other copies available: File Print available in Pictorial Reference Service41. Wellington. Streets. Courtenay Place(PFP-002326)
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