Salmond Anderson Architects Records
Covering over a century, beginning in 1862, the Salmond Anderson Architects Records record architectural development in New Zealand.
The Salmond Anderson Architects Records are a record of more than a century of architectural development in New Zealand, demonstrating the way New Zealanders have lived in their built environment. The collection consists of architectural plans/drawings, building specifications, contract records, financial records, photographs, and other business records for thousands of building projects between 1862 and 2008. Represented are a diverse range of building types from churches, domestic houses and garages through to large commercial and public buildings.
Hocken Collections, Uare Taoka o Hākena, University of Otago, Dunedin