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Name/title Maker Production date Description
"Wonderland" - Oamaru Gardens, N.Z. "Wonderland" - Oamaru Gardens, N.Z.
Chance, George (b.1885, d.1963)
20th Century
1926
Black and white (sepia) photograph of bronze statue "Wonderland" in Oamaru Gardens. Flowers. Wonderland sculpture
Summer Day - South Canterbury Summer Day - South Canterbury
Chance, George (b.1885, d.1963)
20th Century
Black and white (sepia) photograph of rural scene - tree lined road - grazing cattle, dog and two drovers.
Waitaki College Waitaki College
Chance, George (b.1885, d.1963)
20th Century
1885-1963
Black and white (sepia) photograph of ‘front block' two story south wing of Waitaki Boys’ high School. Single story building in background
A Wayside Chat - Otago Central NZ A Wayside Chat - Otago Central NZ
Chance, George (b.1885, d.1963)
20th Century
Black and white (sepia) photograph two figures in a horse drawn cart, dog and standing figure trees (in winter?) against rolling hills in background
The Post Office - Oamaru The Post Office - Oamaru
Chance, George (b.1885, d.1963)
20th Century
Black and white (sepia) photograph of the north and west elevations of the former Oamaru Post Office and clock tower (now Waitaki District Council HQ)
Small stone structure (s) in middle distance with eucalypt trees in right foreground.
Kurow Plunket Jubilee photograph Kurow Plunket Jubilee photograph
Circa 1924
Group photo of members of the Kurow Plunket at their Jubilee dinner.
Group portrait of the Waihemo Transport Authority Group portrait of the Waihemo Transport Authority
1925-1935
Informal photograph of four men from the Waihemo Transport Authority.
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.
Craigielea, Paton Homestead Papakaio Craigielea, Paton Homestead Papakaio
Circa 1900
One photograph on matt board. Craigielea, Paton Homestead Papakaio c 1900.
World War One memorial plaque note (Dead Man's Penny). Cowan, John William World War One memorial plaque note (Dead Man's Penny). Cowan, John William
1914-1918
Note which accompanied John William Cowan's Memorial Plaque.
Originally on display at Early Settlers Association with portrait of John Cowan, Victory Medal, and World War One memorial plaque (Dead Man's Penny)
Family portrait, unidentified Family portrait, unidentified
1900?-1910?
Family group from Palmerston area?. Unidentified.
Glenpark Flour Mill wheat shed construction Glenpark Flour Mill wheat shed construction
1928
A sepia coloured photograph showing the Glenpark Flour Mill under construction.
Glenpark Flour Mill before alterations Glenpark Flour Mill before alterations
1928?
A sepia coloured photograph showing the Glenpark Flour Mill.
Glenpark Flour Mill after alterations Glenpark Flour Mill after alterations
1928?
A sepia coloured photograph showing the Glenpark Flour Mill undergoing alterations.
Farmstead and outbuildings sited behind trees. Farmstead and outbuildings sited behind trees.
F. F. Webb Photographer
1890s?
A sepia coloured photograph of a homestead situated amongst trees.
James (Dick) Kirkwood James (Dick) Kirkwood
1890s?
A black and white photo showing James (Dick) Kirkwood in military uniform. Mr Kirkwood was killed in the Boer War.
Palmerston Hotel, T Davis proprietor Palmerston Hotel, T Davis proprietor
Burton Brothers Photographers (estab. 1871, closed 1871)
1860s
A sepia coloured photo showing four people standing outside a wooden building. It has the words T. Davis Palmerston Hotel on the building. Waverley Hotel.
Livestock drawn up for the grand parade at an A. & P Show. Livestock drawn up for the grand parade at an A. & P Show.
1910s?
A sepia coloured photo showing the crowd and livestock on parade.
Lily McDonald Lily McDonald
1890s?
A black and white photo showing head and shoulders of a mature woman wearing a lacy blouse.
Waverley McDonalds, Palmerston Waverley McDonalds, Palmerston
1890s?
A black and white photo showing the McDonald Family - nine adults and one small boy.
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