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Name/title Maker Production date Description
Public School Oamaru Public School Oamaru
1887
1927
"Public School Oamaru NZ. FGR 5701". Opened as Grammar School in 1875. Later, the District High School. From 1887 it became the Middle School. Gymnasium (right) transferred to Waitaki Girls' High School in 1927.
Oamaru North School Oamaru North School
Aug 1874
North School. Opened 31 August, 1874.
Waitaki Girls High School Waitaki Girls High School
1887-1904
Waitaki Girls' High School in 1887-1904 period when located in the County Council building, Thames Street. During this time the Waitaki County Council occupied the Customs House in Tyne Street while H M Customs used the first post office building. In 1904 Waitaki Girls' High School moved to its present location in Trent Street.
Waitaki Girls High School Waitaki Girls High School
Circa 1920?
Staff, Waitaki Girls' High School. Front row, 3rd from left: Miss Jessie Banks Wilson (principal); far right: Dorothy Hurst Jones.
Girls' High School Oamaru c.1920 Girls' High School Oamaru c.1920
Circa 1920
Girls' High School Oamaru. FGR 5759. Photograph dates from the 1920s.
South School Fife and Drum Band South School Fife and Drum Band
1910s?
South School Fife and Drum Band
South School Fife and Drum band, 1917. South School Fife and Drum band, 1917.
1917
South School Fife and Drum band, 1917.
Island Cliff School Island Cliff School
1944
Island Cliff School being moved to Livingstone. Harry Saunders' traction-engine. Clarks (Maheno) transporter. (Island Cliff School opened in 1889.)
Enfield School Reunion Enfield School Reunion
1929
1876
Enfield School. Teaneraki (Enfield) School opened in 1876. Photograph shows first school reunion, 1929. Staff members at this time were Mr R N Finlay, Miss J O Kidd, Miss R M Doak.
Maheno School, 1924. Opened in 1875. Maheno School, 1924. Opened in 1875.
1875
1924
Maheno School, 1924. Opened in 1875.
St Luke's, Anglican Church, Oamaru St Luke's, Anglican Church, Oamaru
1911
1916
1928
Archdeacon J D Russell. Installed at St Luke's in 1911. Appointed Archdeacon of Oamaru in 1916, becoming Archdeacon of North Otago in 1928. Held this position until 1944, when he became Archdeacon Emeritus.
St Patrick's Basilica, Reed Street Oamaru St Patrick's Basilica, Reed Street Oamaru
Circa 1894
St Patrick's Basilica, Reed Street. The foundation stone was laid May 28 1893, and at the stage shown the building was opened November 18 1894. The portice and outer domes were added in 1903, the large dome and sanctuary in 1918. The architect was F. W. Petre. The convent at right was built 1900-1901.
Church, Oamaru Church, Oamaru
Circa 1920
St Patrick's Basilica, c. 1920s. Portice and outer domes added 1903; larger dome and sanctuary completed in 1918. F W Petre, architect.
Church of Christ, Eden Street (east) Church of Christ, Eden Street (east)
08 Mar 1911
Church of Christ, Eden Street (east). Opened 8 March 1911.
Columba Presbyterian Church, Wansbeck Street Columba Presbyterian Church, Wansbeck Street
Circa 1883
Columba Presbyterian Church, Wansbeck Street. Opened 15 July 1883. Architects: Forrester and Lemon.
Columba Presbyterian Church, Wansbeck Street Columba Presbyterian Church, Wansbeck Street
Circa 1883
Columba Presbyterian Church, Wansbeck Street. Opened 15 July 1883. Architects: Forrester and Lemon.
Wesleyan (Methodist) Church, Eden Street (west) Wesleyan (Methodist) Church, Eden Street (west)
1875
Wesleyan (Methodist) Church, Eden Street (west). Opened 14 February 1875. Later combined with Church of Christ to become Union Parish Church.
St Paul's Presbyterian Church Jubilee. St Paul's Presbyterian Church Jubilee.
1910s?
St Paul's Presbyterian Church Jubilee.
Church, Oamaru Church, Oamaru
Jul 1889
"Baptist Church Oamaru JMB 90". Opened in Severn Street, 4 July 1889.
Wesleyan Church and Manse Oamaru Wesleyan Church and Manse Oamaru
1875
"Wesleyan Church and Manse Oamaru. JMB 60". Methodist Church opened in Eden Street (west) 14 February 1875.
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