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Name/title Maker Production date Description
Tees Street Shops Tees Street Shops
1882
Tees Street shops, late 1882. Geo. R Taylor, Importer and General Merchant. Watson and McIntosh, Wholesale and Retail Ironmongers, Plumbers and Tinsmiths. St Luke's Church. Photo A Sargeant
Old Oamaru Post Office, Thames Street Old Oamaru Post Office, Thames Street
J M Brown Bookseller and Stationer
1918
"Peace Celebrations Oamaru. JMB 42" 1918. St Luke's Church. First Post Office (1864). Second Post Office (1884). Billiard Parlour. Lunchette & The Rendezvous. Trees. Motor cars. Flags.
Alfred (Bob) Leslie as Tony Faust in "My Sweetheart". Alfred (Bob) Leslie as Tony Faust in "My Sweetheart".
01 Nov 1913
Bob Leslie as Tony Faust in "My Sweetheart". Mr Leslie is portraying a painter, sitting at an easel displaying a photograph of St. Luke's Church, Oamaru. The play was performed at the Municipal Opera House on the 10th and 11th of November 1913, by a group of local amateurs led by Mr S J Davys. The purpose was to raise funds for shooting prizes for the men of the local territorial forces and senior cadets, and also a donation of £10 to the Fire Brigade. [Oamaru Mail, 28/10/1913]
Church picnic [?] Fife and drum band Church picnic [?] Fife and drum band
Circa 1900
Large group of men, women and children. Fife and drum band. Boy in tree in background. Tent in background has printed on it "T Anderson Maker Oamaru"
Oamaru view from Cape Wanbrow Oamaru view from Cape Wanbrow
View from Cape Wanbrow facing west. Benevolent Society home. Columba Church. Tyne Street. Arun Street.
Wharfe Street, Oamaru view south west Wharfe Street, Oamaru view south west
Circa 1900
View facing south west, c.1900. Wharfe Street. Bay View House. Wansbeck Street. Columba Church.
Elevated view of Oamaru, showing foreshore area looking north, Elevated view of Oamaru, showing foreshore area looking north,
Burton Brothers Photographers (estab. 1871, closed 1871)
Circa 1883
From Foreshore area looking towards town. Columba Church, Northern Hotel c.1883.
Surrey Lodge, 29 Avon Street Oamaru Surrey Lodge, 29 Avon Street Oamaru
1897
House and garden of Frederick and Elizabeth Bicknell at 29 Avon Street.
Surrey Lodge, 29 Avon Street Oamaru Surrey Lodge, 29 Avon Street Oamaru
[Circa 1900]
House and garden at 29 Avon Street, the home of Frederick and Elizabeth Bicknell.
Oamaru view south from Post Office clock tower Oamaru view south from Post Office clock tower
View facing south. St Luke's Church. Fire Station. Itchen Street. Horses and carts in Tees Street. Wharfe Street. Thames Street.
Military Military
1914-1918
Oamaru soldiers, Featherston camp (near Wellington) First World War period. Back row: second from left Stanley Frederick Bartrum (born Kurow 1895; married at St Luke's Church, 1924; died at Oamaru Public Hospital, 1985); 3rd from right: Norman Earl Cross (he won the Military Cross in France); far right (arms folded C E Farr (?). Front row (seated): far right J Farr. He was later a draper at John Bulleid and Co., Oamaru.
Departure of 10th North Otago Artillery contingent to the First World War Departure of 10th North Otago Artillery contingent to the First World War
17 Aug 1914
Departure of 10th North Otago Artillery contingent to the First World War, 17 August 1914. North Otago Rifles. (From a transparency.) See: The Oamaru Mail, 15 August, 1914. Brass band and soldiers marching north on Thames Street. Boy on bicycle. St Luke's Anglican Church. St Luke's hall and vicarage. Bell tower. Norfolk pines. Itchen Street.
Procession for visit of Governor-General, Lord Ranfurly Procession for visit of Governor-General, Lord Ranfurly
1896
Crowd of people gathered near the Queen's Hotel, corner of Thames and Wear Streets. The Dresden Piano Company, W F Meldrum Agent at left. St. Luke's church and the town hall prior to the spire and clock tower respectively. The Athenaeum and Mechanic's Institute on the corner of Steward Street. Next door people are on the steps of the Pioneer Gallery building, and part of the Oamaru Gaol is visible next to that.
Women in a garden, Coquet Street Oamaru. Women in a garden, Coquet Street Oamaru.
1920s?
Two unidentified women in the garden of a home opposite St. Paul's Presbyterian Church. [Edwards family? Older lady possibly Amelia Edwards, mother of Alfred Leslie's wife Isabella. Isabella's parents lived in Coquet Street.Younger woman possibly Isabella's sister Selina]
James Herbert Parker James Herbert Parker
1901
James Herbert Parker plaque (killed in Boer War), Hampden Anglican Church. Photograph by Nigel Yates, RD Moeraki.
Church Picnic, Ngapara c.1900 Church Picnic, Ngapara c.1900
Circa 1900
Men, women, children and dogs around a covered cart.
Enfield, North Otago Enfield, North Otago
Circa 1920s
"Enfield", c. 1920s. Part of panorama 492-494. Church, public hall.
Enfield, North Otago Enfield, North Otago
Circa 1920s
"Enfield", c. 1920s. Church. Public Hall. Creamery.
Students of Madge Hornel Students of Madge Hornel
1940s-1950s
Outside St Paul's Church.
Barclay, John Barclay, John
1890s?
John Barclay. Arrived on Silistra, Oamaru, 1862. John Barclay was born in Gourock on the Clyde, Scotland. He died in 1919 aged 83. He came to New Zealand when he was 26 years old and arrived in Port Chalmers in 1862 on the Silistra with his wife and son. Soon after he came to Oamaru he was employed as a building contractor. He built the Queen's Hotel (North Otago Early Settlers' Association, 1993), the first section of St Luke's Church, the Thames Street bridge and Meek's Mill. (North Otago Early Settlers' Association, 1993) Photograph has added hand drawn details
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