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Name/title Maker Production date Description
Alex McKenzie, General Store, Wansbeck Street Alex McKenzie, General Store, Wansbeck Street
1920
Alex MeKenzie, General Store, Wansbeck Stret, 1920s. C MacPherson, Baker. Horse and cart. Motor vehicle.
Unidentified family outing in motor cars Unidentified family outing in motor cars
Circa 1918
Unidentified family outing in motor cars, c.1918.
The Payne Family The Payne Family
Dougall's Studio
1892
Studio portrait of The Payne Family, a group of musicians - bell ringers and instrumentalists.
Back row (L to R): Mrs Margaret Rock (nee Gordon). Married J C Rock, Duntroon; Nancy Gordon. Back row (L to R): Mrs Margaret Rock (nee Gordon). Married J C Rock, Duntroon; Nancy Gordon.
1880s?
Mrs Margaret Rock, Nancy Gordon, Front row Mrs Pate?
Ribbonwood Station, Omarama Ribbonwood Station, Omarama
Post 1934
Ribbonwood Station, Omarama Stan Hill (seated). 1934 Ford truck
J Bulleid & Co, Bulleid's staff outing J Bulleid & Co, Bulleid's staff outing
Circa 1912
Bulleid's staff outing c. 1912. J Bulleid & Co., S McDonald, City Boot Palace, A J S Headland, motor vehicles, horses and carts.
St John Ambulance volunteers St John Ambulance volunteers
1900-1910?
St John Ambulance volunteers. No date. Uniforms.
Officials and Managers of the New Zealand & Australian Land Company Officials and Managers of the New Zealand & Australian Land Company
Circa 1890
Group photograph, distinguished gentlemen
Alfred Leslie with unidentified men. Alfred Leslie with unidentified men.
1920s?
Studio portrait of five men. Alfred (Bob) Leslie second from left. [Post and Telegraph staff - Mr J Patterson third from left?]
Portrait of young men, unidentified Portrait of young men, unidentified
1918?
Studio portrait of four young men. [Post and Telegraph Gallery staff - Peace Day celebrations?]
L to R: James Wansborough, W H Ferens, George L Grenfell. "The three eldest sons of the first Methodist families of North Otago in the 60s. Taken at the 70th anniversary of Wesley Church". L to R: James Wansborough, W H Ferens, George L Grenfell. "The three eldest sons of the first Methodist families of North Otago in the 60s. Taken at the 70th anniversary of Wesley Church".
Left to right: James Wansborough, W H Ferens, George L Grenfell. "The three eldest sons of the first Methodist families of North Otago in the 60s. Taken at the 70th anniversary of Wesley Church".
(North Otago Early Settlers' Association, 1993)
Laura Anderson 1884 - 1952 (sitting) and Annie Anderson 1879 - 1922 Laura Anderson 1884 - 1952 (sitting) and Annie Anderson 1879 - 1922
1884-1952
1879-1922
Laura Anderson 1884 - 1952 (sitting) and Annie Anderson 1879 - 1922, Herbert.
Gus Gunn and two unidentified women. Gus Gunn and two unidentified women.
Arthur J Cox, Photographer (estab. 1898, closed Circa 1914?)
Circa 1900
Studio portrait of three women. The woman at left is identified as Gus Gunn, the other women are unidentified.
John and Grace Anderson family portrait. John and Grace Anderson family portrait.
Circa 1917?
From left: Ian William (born 5 March 1907), Grace Anderson (nee Ure), Rose, John Anderson, Duncan. John Anderson took up the lease for Bog Roy Station near Omarama in 1919.
Tyne Street facing south. Waitaki Dairy. Tyne Street facing south. Waitaki Dairy.
1950s?
Tyne Street facing south. Waitaki Dairy.
Coronation float? Coquet Street Coronation float? Coquet Street
1940
1940s
Coronation float? Coquet Street.
J Joiner's Delivery Van, Enfield, North Otago J Joiner's Delivery Van, Enfield, North Otago
Circa 1920
J Joiner's delivery van, Enfield, c.1920. Mr Bill Joiner at the wheel of a 1916 Model T delivery van at the Windsor Park gates. Mr Joiner was employed by his brother John Joiner in the township of Enfield.
See "From Teanaraki to Enfield" by Lindsay Malcolm p28.
Dewar's Motor Garage, Thames St Oamaru Dewar's Motor Garage, Thames St Oamaru
1919
Kurow carrier T A Munro's 4 cylinder Packard truck fills up at Dewar's Motor Garage, Thames Street (east) in 1919. Seated in the back are patrons of an Oamaru race meeting on the return trip. Motor car. A H Carson's butchery.
G C Dennison Motor Garage, North Otago G C Dennison Motor Garage, North Otago
1930s?
G C Dennison's garage, Eden Street, Oamaru, c. early 1930s. (Located opposite current Smith's City premises.) Rugby Durant Service Station. Triumph motor cars.
Cook, George.  Dodge. Kalee Projector Cook, George. Dodge. Kalee Projector
1937
George Cook and 1936 Dodge truck used to transport the Kalee portable film projector to North Otago and neighbouring areas. The projector travelled as far south as Hampden, west to Tokarahi and north to Makihikihi. The truck would be backed up to the door or window of the hall and the film projected onto the screen. This fortnightly movie show was one of the social highlights for the country people of the period. The circuit, originally operated by George Cook (pictured), was taken over in 1946 by Ewart Livingstone who worked it until television's influence in the 1960s made it unprofitable.
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