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Collection by Emily J

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Hawkes Bay Earthquake
Abel Tasman Discovering NZ
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Hawkes Bay Earthquake

The photograph shows that the devastation caused to the Napier central business district by the 3 February Hawke's Bay earthquake has been cleaned up and new building begun. South Pacific, Pacific Ocean, State Of Arizona, Central Business District, Emerson, St Patrick, New Zealand, Paris Skyline, Distance

Rebuilding in Napier central business district

The photograph shows that the devastation caused to the Napier central business district by the 3 February Hawke's Bay earthquake has been cleaned up and new building begun.

A street view of Emerson street, taken from Clive Square on the of February, after the Hawkes Bay earthquake. The damaged building on the left is the Provincial Hotel. New Zealand Earthquake, Emerson, Street View, Level 3, Cityscapes, Museums, Artist, February, Landscapes

Emerson Street, Napier

A street view of Emerson street, taken from Clive Square on the 3rd of February, 1931, after the Hawkes Bay earthquake. The damaged building on the left is the Provincial Hotel.

 The 1931 Hawke's Bay earthquake, also known as the Napier earthquake, occurred in New Zealand at am on Tuesday 3 February killing 256 and devastating the Hawke's Bay region. It remains New Zealand's deadliest natural disaster. Haunted Places, Abandoned Buildings, Natural Disasters, Art Deco Fashion, New Zealand, Tuesday, February, Nature, Naturaleza

Masonic. The 1931 Hawke's Bay earthquake, also known as the Napier earthquake, occurred in New Zealand at 10:47 am on Tuesday 3 February 1931, killing 256 and devastating the Hawke's Bay region. It remains New Zealand's deadliest natural disaster.

After the ruinous Hawke’s Bay earthquake, rebuilding a city in the midst of the Great Depression seemed impossible. But through artistry and enterprise, Napier became home to the highest concentration of art deco buildings in the world Art Deco Buildings, Social Science, The Guardian, Renaissance, Paris Skyline, Berlin, History, City, World

Story of cities #23: how disaster sparked Napier's art deco renaissance

After the ruinous Hawke’s Bay earthquake, rebuilding a city in the midst of the Great Depression seemed impossible. But through artistry and enterprise, Napier became home to the highest concentration of art deco buildings in the world

Bill ✔️ 3 February 1931 earthquake Napier New Zealand. My father survived the quake but was hospitalised. South Pacific, Pacific Ocean, Napier New Zealand, State Of Arizona, Art Deco Fashion, Caption, February

Bill ✔️ 3 February 1931 earthquake Napier New Zealand. My father survived the quake but was hospitalised. Bill Gibson-Patmore. (curation & caption: @BillGP). Bill😄✔️

Tents, Napier Raceourse,  An image depicting pitched tents at Napier Racecourse used to house refugees following the Hawke's Bay earthquake of 3 February 1931. Photographer, unknown.   Collection of Hawke’s Bay Museums Trust, Ruawharo Tā-ū-rangi, 4352 b Bay News, Tents, Museums, Sailing Ships, New Zealand, Wallets, February, The Incredibles, Boat

Tents, Napier Racecourse

An image depicting pitched tents at Napier Racecourse used to house refugees following the Hawke's Bay earthquake of 3 February 1931.

Bill ✔️ Building on Fire, Hawke's Bay 1931 Earthquake.Collection of Hawke’s Bay Museums Trust, Ruawharo Tā-ū-rangi, 15595 Bill Gibson-Patmore. Building On Fire, Bay News, Museums, Caption, New Zealand, Trust, Forget, History, Places

Building on fire, Hawke's Bay

This photograph depicts a building on fire, possibly in Port Ahuriri. It was taken after the Hawke's Bay earthquake on the 3rd of February 1931.

Abel Tasman Discovering NZ

'Abel Tasman' by Wolfgang Berthel Abel Tasman, Tall Ships, Sailboats, Seas, Night Skies, Sailing Ships, History, School, Photos

ABEL TASMAN Vessel photos for Wolfgang Berthel

ABEL TASMAN Photo from 7/13/12 9:28 AM. The ABEL TASMAN has the flag of Netherlands.

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The photograph shows that the devastation caused to the Napier central business district by the 3 February Hawke's Bay earthquake has been cleaned up and new building begun. South Pacific, Pacific Ocean, State Of Arizona, Central Business District, Emerson, St Patrick, New Zealand, Paris Skyline, Distance

Rebuilding in Napier central business district

The photograph shows that the devastation caused to the Napier central business district by the 3 February Hawke's Bay earthquake has been cleaned up and new building begun.

'Abel Tasman' by Wolfgang Berthel Abel Tasman, Tall Ships, Sailboats, Seas, Night Skies, Sailing Ships, History, School, Photos

ABEL TASMAN Vessel photos for Wolfgang Berthel

ABEL TASMAN Photo from 7/13/12 9:28 AM. The ABEL TASMAN has the flag of Netherlands.

A street view of Emerson street, taken from Clive Square on the of February, after the Hawkes Bay earthquake. The damaged building on the left is the Provincial Hotel. New Zealand Earthquake, Emerson, Street View, Level 3, Cityscapes, Museums, Artist, February, Landscapes

Emerson Street, Napier

A street view of Emerson street, taken from Clive Square on the 3rd of February, 1931, after the Hawkes Bay earthquake. The damaged building on the left is the Provincial Hotel.

 The 1931 Hawke's Bay earthquake, also known as the Napier earthquake, occurred in New Zealand at am on Tuesday 3 February killing 256 and devastating the Hawke's Bay region. It remains New Zealand's deadliest natural disaster. Haunted Places, Abandoned Buildings, Natural Disasters, Art Deco Fashion, New Zealand, Tuesday, February, Nature, Naturaleza

Masonic. The 1931 Hawke's Bay earthquake, also known as the Napier earthquake, occurred in New Zealand at 10:47 am on Tuesday 3 February 1931, killing 256 and devastating the Hawke's Bay region. It remains New Zealand's deadliest natural disaster.

After the ruinous Hawke’s Bay earthquake, rebuilding a city in the midst of the Great Depression seemed impossible. But through artistry and enterprise, Napier became home to the highest concentration of art deco buildings in the world Art Deco Buildings, Social Science, The Guardian, Renaissance, Paris Skyline, Berlin, History, City, World

Story of cities #23: how disaster sparked Napier's art deco renaissance

After the ruinous Hawke’s Bay earthquake, rebuilding a city in the midst of the Great Depression seemed impossible. But through artistry and enterprise, Napier became home to the highest concentration of art deco buildings in the world

Bill ✔️ 3 February 1931 earthquake Napier New Zealand. My father survived the quake but was hospitalised. South Pacific, Pacific Ocean, Napier New Zealand, State Of Arizona, Art Deco Fashion, Caption, February

Bill ✔️ 3 February 1931 earthquake Napier New Zealand. My father survived the quake but was hospitalised. Bill Gibson-Patmore. (curation & caption: @BillGP). Bill😄✔️

Tents, Napier Raceourse,  An image depicting pitched tents at Napier Racecourse used to house refugees following the Hawke's Bay earthquake of 3 February 1931. Photographer, unknown.   Collection of Hawke’s Bay Museums Trust, Ruawharo Tā-ū-rangi, 4352 b Bay News, Tents, Museums, Sailing Ships, New Zealand, Wallets, February, The Incredibles, Boat

Tents, Napier Racecourse

An image depicting pitched tents at Napier Racecourse used to house refugees following the Hawke's Bay earthquake of 3 February 1931.

Bill ✔️ Building on Fire, Hawke's Bay 1931 Earthquake.Collection of Hawke’s Bay Museums Trust, Ruawharo Tā-ū-rangi, 15595 Bill Gibson-Patmore. Building On Fire, Bay News, Museums, Caption, New Zealand, Trust, Forget, History, Places

Building on fire, Hawke's Bay

This photograph depicts a building on fire, possibly in Port Ahuriri. It was taken after the Hawke's Bay earthquake on the 3rd of February 1931.