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Rongotea School House & Dental Clinic, c. 1950

Rongotea School House & Dental Clinic, c. 1950

The Rongotea School House and Dental Clinic, newly built in 1950. Read More

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1950
 
Presentation of Roy Craig Cup, c. 1951

Presentation of Roy Craig Cup, c. 1951

On July 20, 1951, the Roy Craig Cup was presented at the Rongotea Coronation Hall, and reported in the newspaper on August 7, 1951. The Cup was awarded each yea... Read More

Date
July 20, 1951
 
Rongotea Institute Choir

Rongotea Institute Choir

Rongotea Institute Choir. Back Row: Sgaan Wynbergen, Tui Rowe, Betty Westerhuis, Rea Hayden (Gray), Mavis Wright, Lily Pedley, Joan Forlong (Lancaster) & Rae Sa... Read More

 
Rongotea

Rongotea

Rongotea 1955 - 2 splice together Read More

Date
February 1955
 
Weld Motors Bus

Weld Motors Bus

Weld Motors bus picking up passengers at the Rongotea Post Office. Read More

 
Charles Dahl's Campbelltown Store

Charles Dahl's Campbelltown Store

Charles Dahl was born in Denmark in 1856, went to Australia in 1856 and finally to New Zealand in 1878. He married and had a family of five. The Campbelltown St... Read More

Date
1878 to 1884
 
Rongotea Wesleyan Church

Rongotea Wesleyan Church

Rongotea Weslyan Church, Trustees Left to Right: William Tucker, Vincent Ransom, Henry Sanson, Thomas Gifford & William Hunt Read More

 
Makowhai Creamery, 1910

Makowhai Creamery, 1910

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Date
1910
 
Opening of new Rongotea School, 1927

Opening of new Rongotea School, 1927

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Date
1927
 
Girls, Rongotea School

Girls, Rongotea School

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Boys, Rongotea School

Boys, Rongotea School

Boys, Rongotea School Read More

 
Rongotea School, 1909 - 10

Rongotea School, 1909 - 10

This is the first Rongotea School. A new school was opened in 1927. Read More

Date
1909, 1910 or 1927
 
Jack and Ken Mossop

Jack and Ken Mossop

Jack Mossop and son Ken taking the cream to the gate. Read More

 
Foster Family

Foster Family

Simon Foster's family leaving their home 'Craven House' on Rongotea Road. The small gig was a type known as a Governess cart. From left: Bob (standing), Raven, ... Read More

 
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Foundation members of the Rongotea country Women's Institute pictured with the cake are (from left to right). Back Row: V Will, Irene Fieldhouse, Gladys Redmayn... Read More

 
Steve Claasen's Foodstore

Steve Claasen's Foodstore

Built in 1957, later sold to the Co-op. Situated on the corner of Thames Street and Douglas Square. Still standing, 2012. See Vera hunt, Rongotea Campbelltown,... Read More

Date
1957 or 2012
 
Douglas Square, Rongotea, 1979

Douglas Square, Rongotea, 1979

Douglas Square, Rongotea 1979. Taken from the roof of Gainsborough Supplies. Showing left to right - T.Hogg's house, Post Office, Co-op and Baylis Store. Photog... Read More

 
Mail Coaches, Awahuri Junction

Mail Coaches, Awahuri Junction

Awahuri Junction. A.H.Hobbs' Mail Coaches. Read More

 
Bank of New Zealand, Rongotea

Bank of New Zealand, Rongotea

BNZ Rongotea. Closed in 1968. Building currently used as a community centre. The Rongotea community library collection, stocked by Feilding Public Library, is a... Read More

Date
1968 or 2012
 
Officials, Rongotea District Athletic Club, 1905

Officials, Rongotea District Athletic Club, 1905

Officials, Rongotea District Athletic Club 1905. Standing: J.Peters, E.Pratt, H.Ehrhorn (vice president), F.C.Burgess, H.Jarvis, D.Humphries, H.Ransom. Sitting:... Read More

Date
1905
 
Douglas Square, Rongotea, 1979

Douglas Square, Rongotea, 1979

Douglas Square,1979. Taken from Consolidated Traders roof showing Post Office, Co-op and Baylis Store Read More

 
Rongotea Wesleyan Church

Rongotea Wesleyan Church

Wesleyan Church, Rongotea, with steeple removed. See Vera Hunt, Campbelltown Rongotea, pp.23 - 24 Read More

 
Darragh Homestead, Rongotea

Darragh Homestead, Rongotea

Homestead built for William Darragh, situated on eastern outskirts of Rongotea. Read More

 
Douglas Square, Rongotea, 1979

Douglas Square, Rongotea, 1979

Douglas Square, Rongotea 1979. Showing left to right Baylis Store, Plunket Rooms, Gainsborough Supplies, M.Shailer's house and Reads Garage. Photograph M.Shaile... Read More

 
Rongotea Community Hall.

Rongotea Community Hall.

Rongotea Community Hall, opposite the Fire Station and Te Kawau playground. It was built in 1902 to commemorate the coronation of King Edward VII. The building... Read More

Date
1902 or 1999
 
Bakehouse, Rongotea.

Bakehouse, Rongotea.

The bakehouse was probably buit by Arnold Trenker in 1925. The building was used as a bakery until 1956 and is still standing (2012). see Vera Hunt, Campbellto... Read More

Date
1925, 1956 or 2012
 
Aerial view of Rongotea

Aerial view of Rongotea

Photo taken after 1957 as the revamped foodstore can be seen on the soth-eastern corner of Douglas Square - see RONG:049 Read More

Date
1957
 
Te Kawau Piano Accordion Band

Te Kawau Piano Accordion Band

Te Kawau Piano Accordian Band. Left - Right: Ron Hill, Gibson Hill, Maurice Zajonskowski, Alf Armitage, Vic Coulter, Mr Luxford (conductor), Billy Burt (drummer... Read More

 
St. Simon and St. Jude's Anglican Church, Rongotea

St. Simon and St. Jude's Anglican Church, Rongotea

St Simon & St Judes Anglican church, built 1895. See Vera Hunt, Campbelltown Rongotea, pp. 35 - 40. Read More

Date
1895
 
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Campbelltown now Rongotea - it was here in 1878 round a Matai stump the first Church Service was held. This stump erected by Community Council, L.Shailer Chm. D... Read More

Date
1878 or 1978
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