Negative: High Rise Building For Lease

Production date
1990
Description
One black and white negative depicting a photograph of a multi-storey building with mirrored windows and a Harcourts "For Lease" sign in front of it. The name "Gordon Hammond" is written on the negative sleeve.
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Other id
306
Accession number
2019.10.10231

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I believe that this building was on Cashel Street near or on Cambridge Terrace. The building reflected in the window is the Police building on the corner of Hereford St and Cambridge Terrace, now demolished. The building on the left was Age Concern's building, demolished after the earthquakes. My wife believes that the glass tower was apartments.

- Brian Wheatley

Posted on 09-07-2020 05:20:11



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