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Name/title Maker Production date Description
Alexander, James Alexander, James
Circa 1900?
Portrait of James Alexander. Arrived New Zealand 1860 by the "Storm Cloud". Photograph has added hand drawn details. (North Otago Early Settlers' Association, 1993)
W Leslie, Waitaki Boys' High School W Leslie, Waitaki Boys' High School
Circa 1915?
W Leslie in the garden at Waitaki Boys' High School.
"Charlie from the Philippines." Waitaki Boys' High School "Charlie from the Philippines." Waitaki Boys' High School
1916
A young man identified as "Fat Charlie from the Philippines" wearing a suit and holding a boater hat.
Grenfell, Samuel Michael Harding Grenfell, Samuel Michael Harding
Mahan Studios
Circa 1931
Samuel Michael Harding Grenfell. Paper folder with photograph, obituary dated September 4th 1931, and Harding Grenfell, A Tribute, by W.R.
Ernest H Coker. North Otago Friendly Bay Improvement Society Ernest H Coker. North Otago Friendly Bay Improvement Society
20th Century
Ernest H Coker, Foundation member, Life Member 1946, On committee 1921 - 1960. Friendly Bay Improvement Society.
Unidentified woman Unidentified woman
Circa 1929?
Head and shoulders portrait of a woman in a garden.
Girl in a garden Girl in a garden
1920s?
Unidentified girl in costume standing in a garden.
A man in a jester's style costume. A man in a jester's style costume.
1890s?
A sepia coloured/hand coloured photo showing a man dressed in jester's style costume with a tiny crown on his head.
Sword Sword
1899-1902
Harry Street's military sword.

A = Scabbard. Leather covered. Strap is broken, but has been stapled together. End of scabbard is unstitched and worn.

B = Sword has been renickled. Has Empire crown and VR in scrolled area of hand piece.

Cecil Harry Street was born in England in 1871. In 1887 his family moved to Australia, in 1895 he came to New Zealand. Sometime after 1895 Harry became manager of the Ngapara Dairy factory. In 1900 he enlisted in the Boer War. After discharge he returned to Oamaru, where he became a commissioned officer in the Waitaki Mounted Rifles, having the rank of Lieutenant. He enlisted in 1902 and was in South Africa when peace was declared. [He served in the Boer War from 1899 to 1902 and the sword was part of his military regalia - Oamaru mail 15-11-2004 p. 3]
Naval Sword Naval Sword
Hobson and Sons (estab. 1850)
1884-1895
A= Sword. One side of the blade has a leafy pattern flanking two spiral arrows (end on) each arrow has a set of wings.
OAMARU NAVAL ARTILLERY VOLUNTEERS NZ
On the top of the printed side is "Hobson and Sons"
On the other side is a star of David.
The hand guard is gold coloured metal. An Imperial crown on top of an anchor decorates the front. There is a small, hinged flap on the printed side (this prevents wearing on the uniform).
The back of the hilt is decorated like a lion's mane. The hand guard is protected from the lion’s mouth. The handle is decorated with wire ribbon and chagrin. Fair.
B= Scabbard, Black leather
C= Scabbard - end section.
Hand Shears Hand Shears
1870s
Metal blade or hand shears for shearing sheep. Single bow - possibly for use by a left hander. Marked "38", "22", "W P" A piece of leather keeps the blades together.
Spoon Spoon
Auld, William
1807
Silver teaspoon. Brought out by Mrs Janet Smeaton in 1860 on the "Lady Egidia". Engraved "DC".
Spoon Spoon
Auld, William
1807
Silver teaspoon. Brought out by Mrs Janet Smeaton in 1860 on the "Lady Egidia". Engraved "DC".
Spoon Spoon
Auld, William
1807
Silver teaspoon. Brought out by Mrs Janet Smeaton in 1860 on the "Lady Egidia". Engraved "DC".
Spoon Spoon
Auld, William
1807
Silver teaspoon. Brought out by Mrs Janet Smeaton in 1860 on the "Lady Egidia". Engraved "DC".
Scissors Scissors
Textilia
Circa 1960
Scissors given to workers of the first day of working for Alliance Textiles in 1960. The scissors are especially designed for textiles work.
There is only one loop which forms part of one of the blades.
Harry Harry
Horn, Mary (b.1937)
2014
Drawing of a seated male [?] figure.
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