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Name/title Maker Production date Description
Tokarahi train station Tokarahi train station
1920s?
Two children at the Tokarahi Railway Station.
 A vinery on the Elderslie Estate after a disastrous midsummer hailstorm A vinery on the Elderslie Estate after a disastrous midsummer hailstorm
Jan 1929
A disastrous midsummer hailstorm in the North Otago District, South Island: Some of the damage caused by the falling ice. A vinery on the Elderslie Estate near Oamaru, with most of its glass shattered." (The Auckland Weekly News 17 Jan 1929 p 47.)
St. Patrick's Basilica St. Patrick's Basilica
Circa 1920s
St Patricks Basilica and Presbytery c.1920s.Reed Street Oamaru
Homestead, North Otago Homestead, North Otago
1920
"Armidale" (McLennan homestead), Kokoamo 1920.
J. Orr & Co's Store. Kurow 1898 J. Orr & Co's Store. Kurow 1898
1898
J. Orr & Co's Store. Kurow 1898.
Thames Street from Itchen Street Thames Street from Itchen Street
1871
Thames Street from Itchen Street c.1871. First St Paul's Presbyterian Church, first Post Office (1864), Empire Hotel, Bank of Otago.
A "corrected" print is in Photo Box 572
Oamaru Times and Waitaki Reporter building Oamaru Times and Waitaki Reporter building
Post 1864
Frank Pinkerton and Co Ltd, north Wansbeck Street. The Oamaru Times and Waitaki Reporter was first published 25 February 1864. Later became the Oamaru Times. (From 1872 was the North Otago Times.) Moved to Tyne Street in 1868. North Otago Times shifted to Thames Street in October 1882.
Also R.L. Livingston, Bookseller.
White Hart Hotel White Hart Hotel
1869-1877
Men and horses in front of the White Hart Hotel, corner of Thames and Dee Streets. Michael Hanley Proprietor from 1869 - 1877.
Old Court House and Gaol Oamaru 1869 Old Court House and Gaol Oamaru 1869
Circa 1869
"Old Court House and Gaol Oamaru 1869". Built in 1869. demolished in 1921. Demolition of gaol started in November 1921. (See: The Oamaru Mail, 26 November, 1921.)
Shows South Hill. "Old Court House, Gaol, Police Office, Thames Street"
St Luke's, Anglican Church, Oamaru St Luke's, Anglican Church, Oamaru
1880s
St Luke's Church. Tees Street, c.1880s. Itchen Street. E G Lane.
Cooneys Corner Cooneys Corner
Circa 1900?
Four men in front of shop corner Severn and Coquet Streets. Sign: Try our Golden Brew Tea. Hay and Corn Store
Railway Station Kurow NZ Railway Station Kurow NZ
Muir & Moodie
Circa 1900
Men on the platform as a train comes in to Kurow Station. Handwritten note on reverse: "The engine is probably a UB Class type."
Oamaru North School Oamaru North School
North School showing building and pupils. Reed Street.
People on steps of house People on steps of house
Circa 1929?
Three women, one man and two boys at the steps of a house.
Hampden School Hampden School
1920
Children on the tennis court and field behind Hampden School.
J Bulleid's Shop, c.1887 J Bulleid's Shop, c.1887
Circa 1887
J Bulleid's Shop, c.1887. From: J Bulleid and Co, Souvenir Booklet, 1913.
Early Shops in Wansbeck Street, c.1867 Early Shops in Wansbeck Street, c.1867
Circa 1867
Early Shops in Wansbeck Street, c.1867. John Hood Snr is standing under crinolines in shop doorway. McIntosh, zinc worker. Dansey & Roxburgh. Hood & Shennan
Staff of Thomas Souness, Blacksmith & Wheelwright, Steward Street Staff of Thomas Souness, Blacksmith & Wheelwright, Steward Street
1902
Staff of Thomas Souness, Blacksmith & Wheelwright, Steward Street (behind the Athenaeum), c.1902. Part of the old wooden drill hall showing at left
From left: W Drennan, T Souness, T Souness Jnr, client, Thos Drennan. Wirth's Circus advertisement.
Four children on house steps Four children on house steps
Dec 1919
Four young children sitting on a house porch at the top of the steps.
Building, unidentified Building, unidentified
Circa 1920
Unidentified wooden building. [Kokoamo School?]
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