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Name/title Maker Production date Description
Trials of Flying Flea at Alma, south of Oamaru Trials of Flying Flea at Alma, south of Oamaru
Circa 1937
Trials of Flying Flea at Alma, south of Oamaru.
Flying Flea under construction at W L Notman's Workshop, Thames Street, Flying Flea under construction at W L Notman's Workshop, Thames Street,
Circa 1936
Flying Flea under construction at W L Notman's Workshop, Thames Street, behind Campbell's Butchery, c. 1936.
Oamaru Waterworks General Drawings. Sheet number 6 [Black Point Section]. Oamaru Waterworks General Drawings. Sheet number 6 [Black Point Section].
McLeod, Donald A
Circa 1877
Oamaru Waterworks General Drawings. Sheet no.6. (Black Point Section). Works at 0/16,0/61,1/1,1/20,1/47,7000R.D. Plan and cross sections of concrete fall, cross section of rock cutting & shingle cutting, and old watercourse banked in. Coloured. Official Copy. Donald McLeod, Engineer.
Kurow Kurow
1898
Kurow (photographed from hill), 1898.
Sir Charles Kingsford Smith at the Oamaru Aero Club Sir Charles Kingsford Smith at the Oamaru Aero Club
05 Mar 1933
Sir Charles Kingsford Smith at the Oamaru Aero Club landing ground at R Borrie's farm, Alma, 1933. Plane, Southern Cross.
Flying Flea under construction at W L Notman's workshop, Thames Street Flying Flea under construction at W L Notman's workshop, Thames Street
Circa 1936
Flying Flea under construction at W L Notman's workshop, Thames Street, behind campbell's Butchery, c. 1936.
Trials of Flying Flea at Alma, South of Oamaru Trials of Flying Flea at Alma, South of Oamaru
Circa 1937
Trials of Flying Flea at Alma, South of Oamaru.
Kurow from Kurow Hill, 1898. Kurow from Kurow Hill, 1898.
1898
Kurow from Kurow Hill, 1898.
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.
Notman's "Flying Flea". Dave Whittaker at controls. Notman's "Flying Flea". Dave Whittaker at controls.
1937
Notman's "Flying Flea". Dave Whittaker at controls. First flight of this aircraft was made in 1937 from the Oamaru Aero Club grounds (R Borrie's farm), Alma and reached a height of 50 feet. During the next flight the "Flea" reached 1,200 feet.
Enfield, North Otago Enfield, North Otago
1920s?
Enfield, c. 1920s. Part of panorama 492-494. Creamery.
Batten, Jean Batten, Jean
18 Oct 1936
Jean Batten being met at her aeroplane by five men. One man filming with camera. Signed "Best Wishes Jean Batten 18.10.1936" [Possibly 16.10.1936]
Flying Flea under construction at W L Notman's Workshop, Thames Street Flying Flea under construction at W L Notman's Workshop, Thames Street
Circa 1936
Flying Flea under construction at W L Notman's Workshop, Thames Street, behind Campbell's Butchery, c. 1936.
Traction engine and wagons (threshing mill) going through Ngapara. Traction engine and wagons (threshing mill) going through Ngapara.
Traction engine and wagons (threshing mill) going through Ngapara.
Hurdles. Athletics Hurdles. Athletics
Jumping hurdles. Waitaki Boys' High School?
Craig & Co, Ironmongers' stand at North Otago A & P Show Craig & Co, Ironmongers' stand at North Otago A & P Show
1920s
Craig & Co, Ironmongers' stand at North Otago A & P Show (?), c.1920s. Washing-machine.
Notman's Flying Flea. Notman's Flying Flea.
1937
First flight of this aircraft made in 1937 from the Oamaru Aero Club grounds (R Borrie's farm), Alma and reached a height of 50 feet. During the next flight the "Flea" reached 1200 feet.
Southern Cross at Alma airport, Totara Southern Cross at Alma airport, Totara
05 Mar 1933
1928
"Southern Cross" at Alma airport, Totara. "Plume" fuel truck. Aircraft was the first to fly the Tasman Sea in 1928. Made a refuelling stop at Totara Airfield on March 5th 1933, during a tour of New Zealand after the crossing. Many local people took a flight in the plane at a cost of 10 shillings.
Sir Charles Kingsford Smith and unidentified men at Oamaru Aero Club Sir Charles Kingsford Smith and unidentified men at Oamaru Aero Club
1933
Sir Charles Kingsford Smith and unidentified men at Oamaru Aero Club landing ground at R Borrie's farm, Alma, 1933.
First flight of aircraft, the "Flying Flea" in 1937. First flight of aircraft, the "Flying Flea" in 1937.
1937
First flight of aircraft, the "Flying Flea" in 1937. Reached a height of 50 feet. During the next flight the "Flea" reached 1,200 feet.
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