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Rundle Street: Beehive Corner
Title : Rundle Street: Beehive Corner Rundle Street: Beehive Corner
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Date of creation : ca. 1923
Format : Photograph
Dimensions : 190 x 260 mm
Contributor : State Library catalogue
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Description :

Rundle Street, looking east from King William Street, with the Beehive Corner building on the left.

The current Gothic Revival style Beehive Corner building was completed in 1896. It is thought to have been designed by the architects English & Soward for Henry Martin.

Well-known chocolate manufacturer Haigh's has occupied a shop in the Beehive Corner building since 1915.

Coverage year : 1923
Region : Adelaide city
Further reading :
Marsden, Susan, Paul Stark and Patricia Sumerling, eds. Heritage of the City of Adelaide: an illustrated guide, Adelaide: City of Adelaide Corporation, 1990



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