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Name/title Maker Production date Description
A view of Severn Street facing NE. Irelands Mill. Bridge. Cross St. A view of Severn Street facing NE. Irelands Mill. Bridge. Cross St.
1880s?
Ireland & Co. mill at the corner of Severn and Cross Streets. A view of Severn Street facing NE.
Firth, William.  Weston Butchery Firth, William. Weston Butchery
1890s?
Weston Butchery. William Firth.
McDiarmids display window, March 1936. McDiarmids display window, March 1936.
Mar 1936
McDiarmids display window, March 1936.
Hampden Hotel Hampden Hotel
1860s
Hampden Hotel. Built by W Murcott, a carpenter, in 1861. Hampden Mayor William Nicolson in carriage.
Waitaki House Waitaki House
Circa 1876
Waitaki House opened in 1876 (Built for J. H. Milligan, Draper). W. Carncross later became Sir William Carncross, Speaker of the Legislative Council 1918-39.
Sketch of Town Hall and Opera House Sketch of Town Hall and Opera House
1906
Town Hall and Opera House (J. M. Forrester sketch ?). Photograph of a sketch. Plans were drawn in 1906
Mackie and George Greenfield Mackie and George Greenfield
1890s
Mackie (left) and George Greenfield (right) Kurow hut on Waitaki River.
Oamaru Public Gardens Oamaru Public Gardens
1920s
Workers at glass house, public gardens c.1920
J. McNarry, Horse Shoer, General Blacksmith, Coquet Street J. McNarry, Horse Shoer, General Blacksmith, Coquet Street
1900-1910?
J. McNarry, Horse Shoer, General Blacksmith. Corner of Coquet and Humber Streets (site of NZR Bus Station). Staff, St Pauls Church.
Northern Hotel under construction Northern Hotel under construction
Circa 1880
Men working with Oamaru stone, Northern Hotel under construction on Tyne Street. Mrs Maw's, Durham Boarding House on Wansbeck Street.
One of eight photographs fixed to two album pages, Forrester Estate.
Kokoamo School pupils Kokoamo School pupils
1920
Four boys standing outside Kokoamo School.
Oamaru Railway Station and builders Oamaru Railway Station and builders
1900
Contractors West & Sinclair and workers in front of the Oamaru train station on Humber Street. Robert West front right, with cap and white beard.
Oamaru Gaol. Built in 1869. Demolished, 1921. Oamaru Gaol. Built in 1869. Demolished, 1921.
1869-1921
Oamaru Gaol, Thames Street. Built in 1869. Demolished, 1921. Demolition of gaol started in November 1921.
Omarama Hotel Omarama Hotel
1902
Two women, a girl and a baby beside Omarama Hotel, with a dog and a cat. Bicycle
Chief Post Office, Oamaru Chief Post Office, Oamaru
May 1910
Man standing with hansom cabs in front of the Chief Post Office. The building is draped on the occasion of the death of King Edward VII.
Houses on a hillside [?] Houses on a hillside [?]
1920s?
Three tiers of buildings on a hillside, location unidentified.
Mail room, Chief Post Office Oamaru Mail room, Chief Post Office Oamaru
1910?
Staff in the mail room at the Chief Post Office. J McGhie, senior mail clerk front right at desk.
Operating Room, Post and Telegraph Office Oamaru Operating Room, Post and Telegraph Office Oamaru
Circa 1910
Staff in the Post and Telegraph Office operating room.
Telegraph Operating Room, Post and Telegraph Office Oamaru Telegraph Operating Room, Post and Telegraph Office Oamaru
1910?
Staff in the Post and Telegraph Office operating room, c. 1910. Calendar on wall above fireplace reads Thursday August 11 (no year).
Oamaru Confectionery Works, Tees Street, c 1900. Oamaru Confectionery Works, Tees Street, c 1900.
Circa 1900
Oamaru Confectionery Works, Tees Street, c 1900. Proprietor, H Rice. (The building shown was erected in 1880.) This firm was established in 1885, originally as a wholesale and retail confectionery and bakery business. In October 1897, Mr Rice disposed of his Thames Street retail business and confined himself largely to manufacturing for the trade. He produced a variety of sweets including chocolate creams, jubes, standard mixtures, etc. The works were fitted up with the latest machinery, boilers, etc. The second floor was used for a drying-room, and the front portion of the ground floor for offices and a sample room.
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