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1920s Tourist Bus with passengers and driver.
Nilsine, who preferred to be called Ada, and her friend Fanny visited Rotorua in the early 1920s. This photo of the two girls on the steps of a tourist bus
Architects Plan for Kia Ora Private Hospital 1938.
Plans by Architect Edward La Trobe Hill for new owner Mr Percy Brewin, this building has been a Private Hotel since 1904. Source : Rotorua Lakes Council Archives.
Old Westpac Bank, Ornate Door Lintel.
Photograph by Faeryl Rotherham. SW Corner of Tutanekai Street & Hinemoa Street.  The bank (Bank of New South Wales) was built on this corner c1937 and was at this location
Pukeroa Hall 1896.
This hall was removed from Pukeroa Hill to the township and is later renamed Peerless Hall. It was on Pukuatua Street approximately opposite the Lyric Theatre. This advert is from
Puka the Fish.
Rotorua District Library entry for the 2007 Fish Out of Water competition
Smurf City at the Library October 2013.
Kindly loaned by Tessa Birks
Whirimako Black at Rotorua District LIbrary.
Te Wiki o te reo Maori was celebrated this year with Guest Star Whirimako Black
Arty August, Knitted Meerkat.
Jane Gilbert knitted this cute Meerkat 
Jammin in Rotorua, NZ Music Month 2007.
In Jean Batten Park, Lunch time concerts were a hit for local office workers.
Rotorua Musicians "Jammin in the Park.
Jean Batten Park, Every lunchtime on every Friday of May 2007
Our Teens Library Header, displays as an electric light sign at the entrance of the Teens Library