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Name/title Maker Production date Description
Peter Jackson, Farmer Elderslie Peter Jackson, Farmer Elderslie
Circa 1905
Peter Jackson, Farmer Elderslie
(See: Cyclopaedia of New Zealand: Otago and Southland [1905], pg 480)
Unidentified man Unidentified man
Clifford and Co (estab. 1883, closed 1900)
1880s?
Sepia coloured photo of male with beard seated on hand crafted wooden chair. 'Clifford & Morris, Royal Arcade, Dunedin. Printed on lower edge of card [& Morris crossed out, Imprint Clifford & Co bottom left corner of photograph]
Mr D Kennedy, Palmerston Mr D Kennedy, Palmerston
Circa 1905
Mr D Kennedy, Palmerston. (See: Cyclopaedia of New Zealand: Otago and Southland [1905], pg 443)
Mr & Mrs Alexander Mackie, Kurow. (Mr Mackie boot and shoemaker.) Mr & Mrs Alexander Mackie, Kurow. (Mr Mackie boot and shoemaker.)
1905
Mr & Mrs Alexander Mackie, Kurow. (Mr Mackie boot and shoemaker.)
(See: Cyclopaedia of New Zealand: Otago and Southland [1905], pg 576)
Pioneer Committee Men Pioneer Committee Men
1870-1920s?
Five head and shoulders of Pioneer Committee Men. 1. Mr R. Jackson, 2. Mr R. Meek, 3. Mr W. Bain, 4. Mr J. Williams, 5. Mr J. Isdale.
Mr James Stevenson, "Takiroa", Duntroon. Mr James Stevenson, "Takiroa", Duntroon.
Mr James Stevenson, "Takiroa", Duntroon.
Unidentified man Unidentified man
1880s?
A sepia carte de visite showing a seated man with a bushey beard and wearing a three piece suit.
Anderson, Adam Anderson, Adam
1890s?
Portrait of Adam Anderson. Label with photograph reads Adam Anderson, first settler in Herbert, 1857. Photograph with colour paint
Swallow, Margaret and Henry Swallow, Margaret and Henry
1880s?
Margaret and Henry Swallow. Opaltype photograph painted over in colour
Borrie, Mr D. "Chairman, Board of Governors, Waitaki Boys' High School Borrie, Mr D. "Chairman, Board of Governors, Waitaki Boys' High School
Morris
1905
Mr D Borrie, "Chairman, Board of Governors, Waitaki Boys' High School, 8th June, 1905". Presentation. (North Otago Early Settlers' Association, 1993)
Chase, William Chase, William
1930s?
William Chase. Born Oamaru, 1870. (North Otago Early Settlers' Association, 1993) Opaltype photograph painted over in colour
Finlay Cook Elder Finlay Cook Elder
1857-1938
Finlay Cook Elder, farmer of Totara.
Fleming, Neil. Fleming, Neil.
1880s
Neil Fleming of Flemington. Photograph has added hand drawn details.
Fea, David Miller. Maheno Fea, David Miller. Maheno
1880s?
David Miller Fea, Maheno. Came from Evie, Orkney Islands. Arrived by the ship "Wellington" in 1878 (1875?). In 1878 he leased 500 acres on the Kauroo Hill estate. He then bought land at Maheno and set up business as a storekeeper, which included having a bakery and bacon and ham curing functions. After 12 years he moved to the Catlins and then retired to Dalmore in Dunedin, where he died in 1921 aged 64 years. While in Maheno he served as chair of the school committee and was Second Noble Grand of the Maheno 100F Lodge. He was a director of the North Otago Caledonian Society for 9 years. He married a daughter of Mr James Clark of Maheno and they had four sons and four daughters. (North Otago Early Settlers' Association, 1993) Photograph has been painted over in colour
Hall,Thomas. Awamoko. Hall,Thomas. Awamoko.
Mahan, R
1870s?
Thomas Hall, Awamoko. (North Otago Early Settlers' Association, 1993). Mounted photograph - printed on matt board: Thomas Hall, Awamoko. Arrived ship "Pladda" 1861. Photograph has added hand painted details in hair, eyes
Henderson, John Henderson, John
Circa 1905
Portrait of John Henderson, general blacksmith and farmer, Island Cliff (North Otago Early Settlers' Association, 1993). See also Cyclopaedia of New Zealand: Otago and Southland (1905), pg 485.
Photograph has hand painted details added - hair, eyes, clothing, background pattern
Jackman, Thomas Jackman, Thomas
1890s?
Thomas Jackman, Maheno. Woolclasser. (North Otago Early Settlers' Association, 1993)
Mr Robertson [?] Mr Robertson [?]
1880s?
Robertson (?), late of Robertson and Boulton. (North Otago Early Settlers' Association, 1993) Opaltype photograph painted over in colour
Young, James Shelton [Skedden?] Young, James Shelton [Skedden?]
1880s?
1859
James Shelton Young. Arrived in NZ on the ship "Lord Wolseley", 1859. Photograph has added hand drawn details.
NOTE: handwritten note on reverse of original frame identified man as James Skedden Young]. (North Otago Early Settlers' Association, 1993)
Gifford, George M Gifford, George M
Circa 1900?
George M Gifford.
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