Mount Cook Infants' School

Mount Cook Infant School occupied a site off upper Tory street Wellington. It was built in 1877, and occupied at the beginning of 1878.

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Mount Cook Infant School, Tory Street, Wellington
Date: [ca 1880] From: Dominion Post (Newspaper): Photographic negatives and prints of the Evening Post and Dominion newspapers Ref: EP/1975/3057/23-F Description: Photograph of Mount Cook Infant School building, Tory street, Wellington. The children are lined up in front of the school. Photographed by an unknown phot...
Date: 1878 Ref: PAColl-D-0669 Description: Panoramic view taken from slopes of Mount Victoria and looking over Te Aro with Majoribanks Street in immediate foreground, and Kent and Cambridge terraces r...
Overlooking Wellington from Mount Cook
Date: [ca 1890s] From: Wright, Henry Charles Clarke, 1844-1936 :Negatives Ref: 1/1-020423-G Description: Wellington from Mount Cook circa 1890s. Looks over buildings towards the harbour. Shows Mount Cook Infant School in the foreground and the Wesleyan Church in...
Date: 1949 - 1950 From: [Architectural plans collected by Bulleyment Fortune architects. 1890-1900s] By: Kelly & Mair (Firm) Ref: Plans-93-0222/0232 Description: Includes detail of accordion folding and sliding doors in infant school, floor plans, ceiling plan, sections, sie plan showing Sages Lane and Tory Street, f...