Owhango; 1904-1910; 2016.107.13b

Name/Title

Owhango

About this object

2 photographs printed together. Top - A boy and girl standing on the road outside "Owhanga", the home of the Windross family in Cook St, Howick. Shows the house in earlier times, probably late Victorian. Built by Rev. Bowler "Kohimarama". At a later period, it was the Howick Borough Council Offices. Then, shifted to Cockle Bay and used as a Kiosk, and now the Windross House restaurant, 41 Shelly Beach Parade, Cockle Bay. Owhanga is also spelt Awhanga, Owhango and Owanga in different media. Lower - Howick beach in 1904. Showing Uxbridge and Selwyn Roads with Shamrock Cottage. Flat Islandin the distance.

Date Made

1904-1910

Measurements

16 x 12

Object Type

Print, Photographic

Subject and Association Keywords

Houses

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Trees

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Fences

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Hedges (Plants)

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Houses

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Roofs

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Buildings

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Roads

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Cook Street

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Uxbridge Road

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Selwyn Road

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Shamrock Cottage

Named Collection

Knowles

Object number

2016.107.13b

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