Photo Hunt Winners

Some winners from previous years photo hunts.

Photo Hunt Winners

Some winners from previous years photo hunts.

Holt Family Swimming Pool, 48 Horotane Valley

1970

Showing swimming pool and greenhouse built by Neville Holt.

Green house was built then the building permit was applied for retrospectively.
Neville Attwood Holt was one of the original founders of Burnside Engineering in Dunedin; (the firm later became Fulton & Hogan after 2 of the partners sold their shares.) He also became a farmer and market gardener. "He could build anything".

Area: South East / Heathcote

Source: Entry in the Christchurch Photo Hunt 2016 by Jill Hodgkinson.

Reference ID: CCL-PH16-008

Uploaded by: Christchurch City Libraries

Copyright status: In copyright

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Building a house in Avondale

1969-79

Working on the foundtions for a house in Avondale in 1969-1970 for Reg Muirson's building company.

Area: North East / Avondale

Source: Entry in the 2015 Christchurch City Libraries Photo Hunt by Antonius (Tony) de Vries.

Reference ID: CCL-PH15-062

Uploaded by: Christchurch City Libraries

Copyright status: In copyright

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