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Name/title Maker Production date Description
Elevated View, Oamaru
Circa 1898
"Oamaru Looking North", c. 1898. Takaro Park, Middle School.
Connell & Clowes, auctioneers, stock and station agents
Circa 1881
Connell & Clowes, auctioneers, stock and station agents, c 1881. Henry Connell, surveyor, land and estate agent.

Written on back of one photo: 'Built by Henry France 1862. Was a store in Tyne Street. Later became the Post Office till 1864. Then it was occupied by P. Cunningham, a produce merchant. Other tenants were Henry Connell and Partner Cloves in 1875, when this photo was taken. This building was still standing in 1961."

Written on back of another photo:' Henry France's store and Post Office 1862-64. Removal notice in window at left of door suggests 1877 as date of photo.
Wharfe Street, Oamaru. Part of Panorama
Late 1870s
16 Wharfe Street, looking towards number 14 Wharfe Street, late 1870s. Part of panorama 206-214. Meek's Mill, Ireland's Mill.
Sheep Farming, North Otago
Jul 1923
Severn Street, sheep from Five Forks and Fuschia Creek being moved from the country to grazing pasture north of Oamaru.
S S Waiwera Oamaru Harbour
07 Jun 1907
S S Waiwera at opening of Holmes wharf 7 June 1907. Breakwater.
St Luke's Anglican Church, interior
Circa 1900
Interior view of St Luke's
Enfield Presbyterian Church
Circa 1878?
Enfield Presbyterian Church
Line drawing of St Pauls Church
Line drawing of St Pauls Church
Waitaki Farmers' Freezing Company
Waitaki Farmers' Freezing Company, Pukeuri. Tenders opened for the erection of buildings at Pukeuri for the New Zealand Refrigerating Company at the end of 1912. New freezing works opened 5 March, 1914. Purchased by the Waitaki Farmers' Freezing Company, 1922. Opened for business 9 January 1923. Left row (from front): Arthur (Darkie) Marshall, Joe Tully, George Rawson, Jim Rawson, Les Voice, Jim Reid, Fred Pope, George Geddes, Ab Smart - Keown, Doug Allison, Steve (Bill) Allison. Right row (from front): B Oliver, H Beham, D McNeill, C Ormandy, Roy Marshall, Rangi Martin, Jack Rusbatch, Fred Rusbatch, A Kelliher, Alf McMillan, J Mercer, Bishop and Reddan.
Regina Confections Limited
Circa 1949?
Regina Confections Limited, Thames Highway, Oamaru north.
Columba Presbyterian Church, Wansbeck Street
Circa 1883
Columba Presbyterian Church, Wansbeck Street. Opened 15 July 1883. Architects: Forrester and Lemon.
Oamaru Baptist Church
Jul 1889
"Baptist Church Oamaru JMB 90". Opened in Severn Street, 4 July 1889.
Enfield Presbyterian Church
Interior of Enfield Presbyterian Church. This church built on land donated by John Reid. Opened 11 August 1878. Constructed from oamaru limestone; slate roof.
Baptist Church interior
Circa 1889
Interior of Baptist Church, Severn Street. Harvest Festival, c.1889. Church opened 4 July 1889.
Oamaru Public Gardens. Swans on lake
"Oamaru Gardens. JMB 61". View facing south east. Lake. Swans.
Elderslie Estate Homestead hallway
Elderslie homestead hallway and stairs.
Enfield Presbyterian Church
Circa 1878?
Enfield Presbyterian Church. opened 11 August 1878 on land donated by John Reid. (Ref Malcolm 1996:56.)
Country road unidentified
Man on horse passing a man with horse and cart on a rural road. Dog. Man on bicycle
View from ship. Unidentified
View from ship's deck over water to mountains. Two men on deck
Streetscape, Itchen Street
Itchen Street, c. 1890s (before 1899). From left: Dodds & Co, Chemist & Druggist. Star and Garter Hotel (1867-68); architect R A Lawson. Oamaru Coffee Rooms (formerly J G Flett's book store, 1871; architect Thomas Forrester). A Fraser, Bookseller; Australian Mutual Provident Society (formerly Hood and Shennan's premises; architects for alterations: Forrester and Lemon). Tees Street. The "Amicus" statue features the Latin motto: Amicus Certus in Re Incerta - "A certain friend in uncertain times".