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Name/title Maker Production date Description
Old Oamaru Post Office, Thames Street Old Oamaru Post Office, Thames Street
Circa 1900
First Post Office (1864); second Post Office (1884). Photo c. 1900.
Oamaru Public Hospital Oamaru Public Hospital
Circa 1907
Nurses standing in front of Oamaru Public Hospital. Foundation stone laid 2 April 1872 by Deborah Shrimski (wife of Samuel). Opened by J McLean on 30 November 1872. At left was the lecture room; the entrance and office were located via the verandah area. The matron's office was located behind the nurse standing at right. The children's ward was in the building at the far right.
William Hugh Paterson's residence, Arthur Street. Glenside William Hugh Paterson's residence, Arthur Street. Glenside
1910
1959
William Hugh Paterson's residence, Arthur Street. Built in 1910, this two-storeyed Oamaru stone house originally had 14.5 hectares of land with it. It was purchased by the Salvation Army in 1959 and known as Glenside Lodge.
Hakataramea, North Otago Hakataramea, North Otago
Circa 1880s
Ross' Accomodation House was situated on the east bank of the Waitaki river, about 1.5 miles above the Hakataramea township. The proprietor (right centre) was Mr W O Ross' grandfather. A few hundred yards above this was the punt operated by Mr Ross, which crossed the river the Otago side and was about a mile above the Kurow township. This punt was the only access across the river from Otago to Canterbury, at the time, prior to 1881. After the Kurow bridges were opened in 1881, the use of the punt and the accomodation house vanished. The accomodation house was later destroyed by fire.
Rosary Convent c.1910 Torridge Street. Rosary Convent c.1910 Torridge Street.
Circa 1910
Rosary Convent c.1910 Torridge Street.
Oamaru Grammar School (Middle School) at completion Oamaru Grammar School (Middle School) at completion
1875
Oamaru Grammar School (Middle School) at completion, 1875. Site on Severn St? Forrester estate.
Man and woman at 4 Charlotte Street Man and woman at 4 Charlotte Street
1929
Man and woman standing by the gate at 4 Charlotte Street. [Town unidentified]
Edwards Family Photographs - Edwards' Home, Tees Street, Oamaru Edwards Family Photographs - Edwards' Home, Tees Street, Oamaru
Circa 1900
Black and white photograph of the Edwards family house on Tees St, Oamaru. 'Holme.'
Waitaki College Waitaki College
Chance, George (b.1885, d.1963)
20th Century
1885-1963
Black and white (sepia) photograph of ‘front block' two story south wing of Waitaki Boys’ high School. Single story building in background
Mr George Livingstone's Residence 'Te Kainga' Elderslie Mr George Livingstone's Residence 'Te Kainga' Elderslie
Circa 1905
Mr George Livingstone's Residence 'Te Kainga' Elderslie
(See: Cyclopaedia of New Zealand: Otago and Southland [1905], pg 483)
Waitaki Girls High School Waitaki Girls High School
1937
Waitaki Girls High School.
Glen Mavis Maternity Home Glen Mavis Maternity Home
1938-1939
Glen Mavis Maternity Home, 24 Reed Street 1938/39. Oamaru Creek Bed and Breakfast in 2011. St Pauls 3rd Manse (later Glen Mavis Maternity Home)
Glen Mavis Maternity Hospital, Reed Street, Oamaru, c.1939 Glen Mavis Maternity Hospital, Reed Street, Oamaru, c.1939
Circa 1939
Glen Mavis Maternity Hospital, Reed Street, Oamaru.
Coronation decorations Oamaru Opera House and Town Hall Coronation decorations Oamaru Opera House and Town Hall
12 May 1937
Town hall decorated for Coronation of King George VI. Picture theatre. Two men, cars and bicycles on the street.
"G R" and a crown (with lights?) on front of building
Church, North Otago Church, North Otago
Circa 1941
Eveline Presbyterian Church circa 1941.
St Alban's, Kurow Anglican Church St Alban's, Kurow Anglican Church
1893
Anglican church and parsonage, Kurow designed by J M Forrester
Church, North Otago Church, North Otago
1905
Anglican vicarage and chapel, Kurow
(See: Cyclopaedia of New Zealand: Otago and Southland [1905], pg 575)
The former Clyde Hotel, Hampden. The former Clyde Hotel, Hampden.
Early 20th Century
The Clyde Hotel, Hampden, as a private residence.
Wharfe Street house. Molloy, John & Bridget. Wharfe Street house. Molloy, John & Bridget.
Circa 1900
Wharfe Street House. Molloy, John & Bridget.
Wesleyan Church and Manse Oamaru Wesleyan Church and Manse Oamaru
1875
"Wesleyan Church and Manse Oamaru. JMB 60". Methodist Church opened in Eden Street (west) 14 February 1875.
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