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Name/title Maker Production date Description
Unidentified women. Natural archway, Cape Wanbrow Unidentified women. Natural archway, Cape Wanbrow
Circa 1910
Unidentified female group at natural archway, Cape Wanbrow, c.1910. (Family group J in 5X7 file.)
Unidentified women and man. Brown family Unidentified women and man. Brown family
Circa 1910
Double exposure negative. One image two women and one man standing on wooden steps [house porch?]. One image same two women and man sitting at a set table in a garden, drinking tea.
Unidentified public gathering Unidentified public gathering
Circa 1910
Large group of adults and children with dogs. Open grassy area with hills in background. Cars, horse carts.
Reverend Algernon Gifford and family Reverend Algernon Gifford and family
Algernon Gifford with six women. First Reverend of St Luke's Anglican Church
From left (front): unknown, unknown
From left (rear): unknown, unknown, Rev Algernon Gifford, Frances Maria (Fannie) Gifford, unknown .
First Arbor Day Oamaru 1893 First Arbor Day Oamaru 1893
1893
First Arbor Day Oamaru 1893. First Oamaru Post Office (1864). Second Oamaru Post Office (1884).
Elizabeth Forrester nee Stevenson Elizabeth Forrester nee Stevenson
Elizabeth Forrester nee Stevenson. Wife of John Meggett Forrester.
Threshing Workers, Ngapara Threshing Workers, Ngapara
Threshing Workers, Ngapara
Large gathering at Campbell Park Large gathering at Campbell Park
Large gathering on Otekaike grounds. Otekaieke
Family group in living room scene. Family group in living room scene.
Family group in living room. Victorian period. Ornate Fireplace tile. Upright piano. Dress.
Galloway Homestead Galloway Homestead
Late 1890s?
Galloway Homestead. Family. Stone wall home.
Swallow, Margaret and Henry Swallow, Margaret and Henry
1880s?
Margaret and Henry Swallow. Opaltype photograph painted over in colour
Mrs John Buchanan Mrs John Buchanan
Circa 1848
Mrs John Buchanan, passenger on the ship Philip Laing to Otago in 1848. She spent the later years of her life with her daughter Mrs J Stevenson at Duntroon and died in 1900 aged 93 years.
Mrs J Stevenson Mrs J Stevenson
Mrs J Stevenson, Duntroon.
Mary Jardine (nee Hall) with baby. Child is possibly William Gardiner. Mary Jardine (nee Hall) with baby. Child is possibly William Gardiner.
Mary Jardine (nee Hall) with baby. Child is possibly William Gardiner - illegitimate?
Elizabeth Forrester. Elizabeth Forrester.
Elizabeth Forrester (nee Stevenson) wife of Thomas Forrester, inside home [at 4 Wharfe Street ?] Decorations. Forrester estate. Fireplace. Dress. Crocheting.
Christian Hille Christian Hille
19th Century
Christian Hille, Kurow. Born in Hanover, Germany, in 1823. Shortly after 1854 when immigrated to Sydney, Mr Hille settled in New Zealand. He later settled in the Oamaru district.
Samuel Edward Shrimski. Mayor of Oamaru, 1874-1875 Samuel Edward Shrimski. Mayor of Oamaru, 1874-1875
19th Century
Samuel Edward Shrimski. Mayor of Oamaru, 1874-1875. Influential in the establishment of the Oamaru Museum. Drawing.
James H Milligan James H Milligan
Milligan, Bertha Margaret (b.1876, d.1959)
J H Milligan. Photograph taken by his daughter Miss B Milligan with her 116 camera.
Residence Stour Street, Oamaru. Tailoring business Waterloo House, Thames Street, Oamaru.
Meek's Elevator from Thames Street Bridge Meek's Elevator from Thames Street Bridge
Circa 1880s
Meek's Elevator from Thames Street Bridge. Connell and Clowes. Oamaru Creek.
New Woollen Mills, Oamaru established 1920 New Woollen Mills, Oamaru established 1920
1920
New Woollen Mills, Oamaru established 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."
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