Fletcher, Humphreys & Company

Fletcher, Humphreys & Company

Fletcher, Humphreys & Company

Fletcher, Humphreys & Company

Fletcher Humphreys Staff Photo

Circa 1975

Fletcher Humphries[sic] staff.

Area: Central City / Central Christchurch - North

Reference ID: CCL-PH14-337

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The warehouse of Messrs Fletcher, Humphreys & Company

Circa 1885

In 1882 George Humphreys established Fletcher, Humphreys & Co. at the Cathedral Square end of Chancery Lane. The firm engaged noted architect F.W. Petre and he designed a three-storey building with an Oamaru stone facade which was erected in 1886.

Area: Central City / Cathedral Square

Source: Illustrated guide to Christchurch and neighbourhood / M. Mosley, after p. 162

Reference ID: CCL-KPCD12-0066

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North-west portion of Cathedral Square, Christchurch

1913

Shown from left to right: Christchurch Cathedral, the tram shelter (erected in 1907), and the Royal Exchange building behind in the distance. Across Worcester Street are the AMP building, Fletcher Humphreys building, the Government Life building, the Grand Theatre, Reuter's Telegram Company building and the Dominion Building. Across Colombo Street on the right a corner of the Cathedral Chambers is shown

Area: Central City / Cathedral Square

Reference ID: CCL-KPCD06-0057

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Daresbury, 67 Fendalton Road, Christchurch

1900s

The photograph shows Daresbury, 67 Fendalton Road, a 50-room house on 25 acres, designed by S. Hurst Seager and built between 1897 and 1901 for George Humphreys, co-founder of the wine and spirits merchants Fletcher Humphries

Area: North West / Fendalton

Reference ID: CCL-KPCD05-0072

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