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Name/title Maker Production date Description
House at Waipiata. House at Waipiata.
Circa 1914?
View from gate posts along a driveway with a rock wall to a large brick house. [Part of the Waipiata Sanatorium?]
Elderslie Estate Summer House Elderslie Estate Summer House
Elderslie Estate Summer House
Pringle Home Kauru Hills Pringle Home Kauru Hills
Pringle home, Kauru Hill.
Oamaru Brewery Oamaru Brewery
Oamaru Brewery. Built in 1865 by Whitmore and Williams. Later called the Oamaru Brewery Company. Situated on the bank of the Oamaru Creek immediately behind site of J R Sewell's shop (Small Bytes Computers in 1999). For details see "Otago's Breweries Past and Present" (Leckie 1997: 129-131).
Attached to one of the prints is an original article cutting from a paper about this breweries origins: " Mr. Whitmore, who is about to establish a brewery and manufactory of aerated water, cordials, etc., has made some progress in the erection of premises beside the creek, and in sinking only a few feet for water, has been fortunate enough to find an ample supply. This water is softer than that obtained from the wells ordinarily sunk here to the depths of from 20 to 30 feet, and is expected will be found well adapt(able to) brewing."
House, unidentified House, unidentified
Garden pathway leading to a large two storey home.
'Maryhill', home of Adam and Catherine Anderson, Herbert. 'Maryhill', home of Adam and Catherine Anderson, Herbert.
"Maryhill", home of Adam and Catherine Anderson, Herbert.
Mrs Dave Cairns (nee Hale) Mrs Dave Cairns (nee Hale)
Circa 1910
Mrs Dave Cairns (nee Hale) standing in the doorway of her house, a dog on the garden path in front.
Drill Hall, Steward Street Drill Hall, Steward Street
Pre 1912
Drill Hall, Steward Street. Built in 1863. Destroyed by fire in 1912.
Fishermans camp, Waitaki river mouth Fishermans camp, Waitaki river mouth
Fishermans camp, Waitaki river mouth.
The old home - Stotfold Station, near Oamaru The old home - Stotfold Station, near Oamaru
The old home - Stotfold Station, near Oamaru. Christmas 1936.
Caption reads: "The centre portion of the house was built in 1856 and occupied by Mr and Mrs Thomas Ferens in 1857. The room on the south side of the original home was built in 1862 and used as the school room for many years. Three governesses, Misses Kate Kennard, Goldie and Mrs Lee (nee Swift of Melbourne) later married W F Kinnear
of Oamaru. The new wing of two storeys was built in 1865 by W B Scandrett, carpenter, and the chimney by Robert Meek, stonemason. Mr Scandrett later became town clerk of Invercargill and afterwards mayor for several years. Mr Robert Meek later was a farmer in the Waiareka Valley. He sold out in the 1880s and bought a large farm at Fairfax. He also erected limestone works and did general farming. He died there.
Duntroon Presbyterian Church construction Duntroon Presbyterian Church construction
Constructing Duntroon Presbyterian Church, October 1897 Robert Gibson and James Rosie
Hampden School (?) Hampden School (?)
Circa 1890
Hampden school (?) circa 1890
Public School Oamaru Public School Oamaru
"Public School Oamaru NZ. FGR 5701". Opened as Grammar School in 1875. Later, the District High School. From 1887 it became the Middle School. Gymnasium (right) transferred to Waitaki Girls' High School in 1927.
Shearing gang at Elderslie? Shearing gang at Elderslie?
Unidentified Family Home. c.1900 Unidentified Family Home. c.1900
Circa 1900
Unidentified Family Home. c.1900. clothing.
Carrodus children standing outside Reidston Post Office 1905. Carrodus children standing outside Reidston Post Office 1905.
Children standing outside Reidston Post Office 1905.
From Left: Ruby (Mrs Hanson), Alice (Mrs Saunders), Ida (Mrs Tourell), Harold, Arthur. Mrs Carrodus was Postmistress.
Kokoamo School Kokoamo School
Circa 1919
Two children standing near Kokoamo School.
House unidentified House unidentified
Unidentified home. (Possibly a sports pavillion?) Verandah. Vertical blinds.
 Gallaway Homestead Gallaway Homestead
Galloway Homestead. Family. Stone wall home.
Homestead, North Otago Homestead, North Otago
Borton's Homestead. Family and dog.