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Name/title Maker Production date Description
Peace Celebration Oamaru Peace Celebration Oamaru
12 Nov 1918
Thames Street. Oamaru North School decorated truck followed by children passing the Bank of New South Wales. Bank of New Zealand. Andrew Fraser Booksellers. British and American flags
Peace Celebration Oamaru Peace Celebration Oamaru
12 Nov 1918
View from rooftop of people marching along Thames Street
Peace Celebration Oamaru Peace Celebration Oamaru
12 Nov 1918
Thames Street. Boy in uniform [?] in foreground. Boys sitting on cart carrying cannon/gun. Brownlee & Sons Nurserymen and Seed Mart. James Rodman Tailor and Mercer. D Gillies Central Cash Grocer's
Peace Celebration Oamaru Peace Celebration Oamaru
12 Nov 1918
Thames Street. View from rooftop of people, cars, horses and carts in front of the Polytechnic building. William Skinner's store. The Globe Hotel. Brownlee & Son Nurserymen and Seed Mart
Peace Celebration Oamaru Peace Celebration Oamaru
12 Nov 1918
Thames Street. View from rooftop of crowd, horses and carts, cars. Polytechnic building. James Rodman Tailor and Mercer. J Cagney Stationer Bookseller Fancy Goods. Man on shop awning roof
Fragments of rostra (or beaks) of dolphin Fragments of rostra (or beaks) of dolphin
Fossil material from the McNeur collection.
Oamaru Harbour Looking North Oamaru Harbour Looking North
Leslie, Walter Jefferson (b.1855, d.1915)
Untitled (Portrait of John Paton) Untitled (Portrait of John Paton)
Buick, May Wilson (b.1882, d.1963)
Untitled (Oamaru Harbour Looking South) Untitled (Oamaru Harbour Looking South)
Leslie, Walter Jefferson (b.1855, d.1915)
North Otago Early Settlers Association Portrait Collection
Portraits from the collection of the North Otago Early Settler's Association. The portraits were originally hung at the Association's Severn Street hall.
Memorial Oak Plaque Memorial Oak Plaque
A rectangular brass plaque associated with the memorial oaks scheme commemorating local soldiers who died during World War One.

' RFLMN. J. BARTLEY, KILLED IN FRANCE, 1918.'
Memorial Oak Plaque Memorial Oak Plaque
A rectangular brass plaque associated with the memorial oaks scheme commemorating local soldiers who died during World War One.

' RFLMN. R. BARTLEY, KILLED IN FRANCE, 1918'.
Memorial Oak Plaque Memorial Oak Plaque
J. Swan
A rectangular brass plaque associated with the memorial oaks scheme commemorating local soldiers who died during World War One.

'PTE. T. RUSBATCH, KILLED IN FRANCE, 1918'
H.M. Customs Building H.M. Customs Building
Not Specified
pencil drawing of front elevation of Customs Building and sketch of side with projecting porch. Also small sketch of Post Office and handwritten note "sketch showing how the whole frontage can eventually be covered, the present building being part". Another sketch of Customs building on reverse.
Oamaru Post Office - East Elevation Oamaru Post Office - East Elevation
Forrester, Thomas (b.1838, d.1907)
East (front) Elevation of Post Office showing original design for tower. Signed in pencil 'Thos Forrester Architect'. See also 1984.40.1
Oamaru Post Office - East Elevation Oamaru Post Office - East Elevation
Forrester, Thomas (b.1838, d.1907)
East (front) Elevation of Post Office showing original design for tower. Signed in pencil 'Thos Forrester Architect'. See also 1984.39.1 but with ink border.
Oamaru Post Office - North Elevation and South Elevation (laminated) Oamaru Post Office - North Elevation and South Elevation (laminated)
Forrester, Thomas (b.1838, d.1907)
North and South Elevations, with ink border. Laminated. Signed in pencil 'Thos Forrester Architect'. See also 1984.42
Oamaru Post Office - North Elevation and South Elevation Oamaru Post Office - North Elevation and South Elevation
Forrester, Thomas (b.1838, d.1907)
North and South Elevations, no border. Signed in pencil 'Thos Forrester Architect'. See also 1984.41
Oamaru Post Office - West Elevation (laminated) Oamaru Post Office - West Elevation (laminated)
Forrester, Thomas (b.1838, d.1907)
West Elevation (rear of building), with ink border. Signed in pencil 'Thos Forrester Architect'. Laminated. See also 1984.44
Unidentified boy using whetstone Unidentified boy using whetstone
Young boy sharpening something with a hand crank whetstone. Reid family Elderslie Estate
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