Historic buildings in Manukau City; Manukau (N.Z.). City Council; 1980; 2014.1. ...

Name/Title

Historic buildings in Manukau City

Maker

Manukau (N.Z.). City Council

Maker Role

Author

About this object

The drawings in this book are a register of the buildings that the Manukau City Town Planning Committee considered to be of significant historic or architectural value in the city. Mr Andrew Hall has provided the illustrations and a short description of the history associated with each building is included. "Manukau City Council, February 1980"--Cover. Contents: Waterlea -- Barrow House -- St James Church, Mangere -- Rennie Farmhouse -- Rennie/Jones homestead -- Westney Road Methodist Church -- Abbeville Farm -- Mangere Presbyterian Church -- Mangere Central School -- Massey Homestead -- Selwyn Church -- DSIR Building -- St. Johns Church -- Hampton Park -- St. Pauls Church -- Flatbush School -- Hawthorn Dene -- Howick Colonial Village -- Bell House -- Pakuranga School House -- McMillan Homestead -- Musick Point Memorial -- Granger Chimney -- William Granger House -- Te Tokotoru Tapu Church -- McNicol Homestead -- Paton Homestead -- Clevedon Post Office -- All Souls Church -- Meadow Brook -- Brookby Unsectarian Church -- St. James Church, Ardmore -- Christ Church -- Nathan Homestead -- St. Davids Church -- Puhi Nui. Foreword by Sir Lloyd Elsmore, Mayor of Manukau City in 1980. Bibliography Includes bibliographic references (p. [78])

Date Made

1980

Publisher

Manukau City Council

Publication Place

Auckland

Series Title

Whitcombe's practical handbooks

Subject and Association Keywords

Church buildings -- New Zealand -- Manukau

Subject and Association Keywords

Historic buildings -- New Zealand -- Manukau

Subject and Association Keywords

Manukau (NZ) -- History

Named Collection

Thomas & Bridget Gallagher Library

Object Type

Book

Object number

2014.1. 2246

Spine Label

720.993 MAN

Rights

Attribution - Non-commercial (cc) Attribution - Non-commercial (cc)

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