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Name/title Maker Production date Description
Picnic, Glencoe Domain Herbert, c.1912 Picnic, Glencoe Domain Herbert, c.1912
Circa 1912
Picnic, Glencoe Domain Herbert, c.1912.
Unidentified people on a riverbank Unidentified people on a riverbank
Circa 1900?
Group of men, women and children standing on a river bank [?] among fallen trees. Bow of boat in foreground [?]
Daisy Herd with two unidentified people Daisy Herd with two unidentified people
Mar 1920
Daisy Herd (right) with an unidentified man and women in front of a vine covered house.
Corriedale ram 158 Corriedale ram 158
1926
A Sepia coloured photo of the Champion ram at the New Zealand Royal Show, Auckland, November 1926.
Mill picnic at Glencoe Mill picnic at Glencoe
1890s?
Mill picnic at Glencoe.
Back row (Left to right): A ? Kilgour, -, Jess Whyte (?) , Dolly Whyte
Middle row (Left to right): Mrs Hutson (Hudson?), -, -, Jim Cairns.
Front row (Left to right): Lillian Whyte, -, -, Muriel Hutson, May Hutson.
Woollen Mills Oamaru Woollen Mills Oamaru
1884-1942
Woollen Mills Oamaru NZ FGR 5702". New woollen mills established an adjacent site to original mill, 1920. Caption information for the Oamaru Woollen Mills complied by Max Smyth (a local photographer) reads as follows: "The old mill, across the railway, commenced work in August 1883. The buildings were extended from time to time - e.g. office and warehouse 1894; worsted plant 1905. The safety of the buildings was threatened by erosion, and after the failure of various protective schemes, it was decided to shift to a new site. Starting in 1917, the transfer was carried out on a carefully planned scheme so that building, transfer of plant and demolition went on in stages. The process was virtually completed by 1920, and not a day's production was lost. Much of the old stone was used again. The former office building was left standing for many years, and the chimney stack was not felled until 1942. It is estimated about a third of the site is now in the sea.
Foreshore Gang Oamaru Harbour Foreshore Gang Oamaru Harbour
1939
Foreshore Gang
Jim Brown and family Jim Brown and family
Jim Brown at left, with two boys sitting talking in the grass.
Phoenix Flour Mill, Old Mill Road, Oamaru Phoenix Flour Mill, Old Mill Road, Oamaru
Ten young girls sitting by the creek. Phoenix Mill in background
Children at Arun Street Showgrounds Children at Arun Street Showgrounds
1900
Four young boys at Arun Street showgrounds, 1900. Three large buildings in background at right, houses at left
Unidentified farm Unidentified farm
Unidentified area. Footbridge. Farm buildings in background.
17 Draught Horses, Bushey Park 17 Draught Horses, Bushey Park
Circa 1900
Black and white photograph showing seventeen draught horses lined up outside stables. Five unidentified men are in the photograph, and one dog.
Elderslie Estate Elderslie Estate
J M Brown Bookseller and Stationer
Unknown
Two children and man in costume at the edge of the lake [Photos 135-140 are a series]
Threshing Workers, Ngapara Threshing Workers, Ngapara
Threshing Workers, Ngapara
Women and man picnicking Women and man picnicking
Circa 1929?
Three women and a man sitting on a blanket on the grass, one woman holding a tea cup.
Jim Brown and friends Jim Brown and friends
Jim Brown with three men and camera equipment. Photographic excursion. Left to right: Jim Brown, ? Brown, unknown, unknown.
Annie McLennan washing a chicken Annie McLennan washing a chicken
Sep 1920
Annie McLennan washing [?] a white chicken in a water trough.
Unidentified men at camp Unidentified men at camp
[Circa 1920]
Two men [soldiers?] sitting smoking cigarettes, in sand dunes with pots and cans of food. One tent and a lot of horses in the background.
R H Appleby, coachpainter, Wansbeck Street R H Appleby, coachpainter, Wansbeck Street
Circa 1900
R H Appleby, coachpainter, Wansbeck Street, c. 1900. Carts, wheels.
Romison, Julius Romison, Julius
1935
Julius Romison, Dunedin, 1935, the year of his death. Julius Romison was the founder of the confectionery business which was taken over in 1937 by John Percy McNamara. The name was changed to Regina Confections Limited in 1946; and in 1949, the business relocated to Oamaru.
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