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Plans-80-0866

Architectural plans for the Chinese Anglican Mission in Frederick Street. They include a part front elevation to Frederick Street, and three part cross-sections.Clere, Frederick de Jersey 1856-1952: Chinese Mission room, Wellington 1905. Ref: Plans-80-0866. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand. /records/22902204

Located at 40-46 Frederick Street, The Chinese Anglican Mission Church Hall is one of the few remaining (as of June 2017) original 'Chinatown' buildings remaining, albeit this one is in a state of disrepair[1].

Built in 1905 (Architect: Frederick de Jersey Clere), the Wellington Chinese Anglican Mission occupied this building for over fifty years, before moving in 1956.[1][2]

Much of the original façade remains, and although this building is not in a heritage area, it is considered to be a building of cultural significance to the Chinese Community.[1]

Wellington Anglican Mission Church Hall (July 2017)
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Wellington Chinese Anglican Church Hall, Frederick Street, July 2017. Photo (c) Cameron Sang

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Wellington Chinese Anglican Church Hall, Frederick Street, July 2017. Photo (c) Cameron Sang

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Wellington Chinese Anglican Church Hall, Frederick Street, July 2017. Photo (c) Cameron Sang

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Chinese Mission Hall, Wellington Heritage, Wellington City Council, accessed 26 June 2017 from http://wellingtoncityheritage.org.nz/buildings/1-150/124-chinese-mission-hall?q=
  2. Clere, Frederick de Jersey, 1856-1952. Clere, Frederick de Jersey 1856-1952 :Chinese Mission room, Wellington 1905. Ref: Plans-80-0866. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand. https://natlib.govt.nz/records/22902204

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