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Name/title Maker Production date Description
Hart Parr Tractor drawing Reapers and Binders on 'The Block' (later 'Montara') circa 1928 Hart Parr Tractor drawing Reapers and Binders on 'The Block' (later 'Montara') circa 1928
Circa 1928
Hart Parr driving the tractor, John and Frank McCaw behind. A third unidentified man is at left with a hay stook.
James Key, Coaching Foreman, Oamaru Railway Station James Key, Coaching Foreman, Oamaru Railway Station
Circa 1905
James Key, Coaching Foreman, Oamaru Railway Station, 1905
Mr William Robertson, Saddler, Tiverton Street, Palmerston Mr William Robertson, Saddler, Tiverton Street, Palmerston
Circa 1905
Mr William Robertson, Saddler, Tiverton Street, Palmerston
(See: Cyclopaedia of New Zealand: Otago and Southland [1905], pg 555 and 440)
Pringle, James & Bridget nee Salmon Pringle, James & Bridget nee Salmon
Circa 1900
Mr & Mrs James Pringle, Duntroon.
Staff, Kurow Motor Co, 1929. Staff, Kurow Motor Co, 1929.
1929
2004
(Named.) (D. E. Neave collection, December 2004.)
Table ready for lunch before Kurow races c. 1900 Table ready for lunch before Kurow races c. 1900
Circa 1900
Table ready for lunch before Kurow races c. 1900. (D E Neave collection)
Wirth's Circus, Kurow, c. mid-1930s Wirth's Circus, Kurow, c. mid-1930s
Mid 1930s
2004
Wirth's Circus, Kurow, c. mid-1930s. Elephant being unloaded. (D. E. Neave collection, December 2004.)
Tokarahi Store and Post Office Tokarahi Store and Post Office
1939
Buses in front of Tokarahi Store and Post Office, January, 1939. 12 Tokarahi Duntroon Road.
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.
Launch of boat Leader at Cross Wharf Launch of boat Leader at Cross Wharf
1934
Launching of boat Leader at Cross wharf, 1934. Builders of the boat are from left: George Boaden, Joe Martyn, Jim Williams. Leader Ou.
Launch of boat Leader at Cross Wharf Launch of boat Leader at Cross Wharf
1934
Boat Leader at Cross wharf, 1934 (?).
Boat Leader, at Normanby wharf Boat Leader, at Normanby wharf
1934?
Boat Leader at Normanby wharf, 1934 (?)
George Boaden's pleasure craft Lily, near breakwater. George Boaden's pleasure craft Lily, near breakwater.
1900-1910?
George Boaden's pleasure craft "Lily" near breakwater.
View of Oamaru View of Oamaru
Circa 1875
Oamaru about 1875. Surfboat landing site. Tyne Street. Arun Street.
Friendly Bay, Oamaru Friendly Bay, Oamaru
1922
Part of panorama. Sumpter wharf. Breakwater. Cape Wanbrow. Pleasure craft.
Thames Street, Thomson and McLaren's furniture warehouse next to R L Rule tobacconist Thames Street, Thomson and McLaren's furniture warehouse next to R L Rule tobacconist
Circa 1875
Shows Thomson and McLaren's furniture warehouse next to R L Rule tobacconist and stationer. This building first occupied by H J Burton, stationer in 1875, who had portrait rooms at the rear of the premises. When Rule succeeded Burton in 1878, F Smith operated the the studio at the rear and continued under the name of The Oamaru Portrait Gallery. A direction sign is shown in the photograph fastened to the wall of Waitaki House. New shops were built for J S Dalzel in 1887 and were occupied by tenants. Brown's Tea Rooms once occupied this position which is now the location of State Insurance.
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