More Options
Shortlist
  • Add All to Shortlist

521 results. Displaying results 1 - 80.

Name/title Maker Production date Description
Hedley, Allan Hedley, Allan
Circa 1910?
Allan Hedley of Fleming and Hedley. Mayor of Oamaru 1901-1903. (North Otago Early Settlers' Association, 1993)
Borrie, Mrs D Borrie, Mrs D
Morris
1906
Mrs D Borrie. (North Otago Early Settlers' Association, 1993)
Hay, Mrs William Snr. Hay, Mrs William Snr.
1870s?
Mrs William Hay, Snr. Landed in Oamaru in 1860. (North Otago Early Settlers' Association, 1993) Photograph has been painted over in colour
Milligan, Mrs J H Milligan, Mrs J H
1870s?
Mrs J H Milligan. Arrived Dunedin, 1861. Came to Oamaru in 1868/69? (North Otago Early Settlers' Association, 1993). Photograph has been painted over in colour
Robertson, Mrs Robertson, Mrs
1880s?
Mrs Robertson. Late of Robertson and Boulton? (North Otago Early Settlers' Association, 1993) Opaltype photograph painted over in colour
Burns, John Samuel Burns, John Samuel
1910s?
John Burns, a noted football referee. Includes newspaper clippings on a frame backing board - report of death on July 4th 1922, report on inquest, death notice, report on funeral. Photograph has added hand painted details, face and hair
Robertson, Catherine. Incholme. Robertson, Catherine. Incholme.
Circa 1900?
Catherine Robertson, Incholme. Photograph painted over in colour. (North Otago Early Settlers' Association, 1993)
Daisy Herd, Teacher, Kokoamo School Daisy Herd, Teacher, Kokoamo School
1920
Daisy Herd, Teacher, Kokoamo School, 1920.
Untitled (Portrait of John Paton) Untitled (Portrait of John Paton)
Buick, May Wilson (b.1882, d.1963)
David Todd David Todd
Circa 1930
Two copies of one portrait - David Todd. Formerly box 97
Cowan, Mrs Annie Cowan, Mrs Annie
1880s?
Portrait of Mrs Annie Cowan. Photograph painted over in colour
Dovey, Henry Alfred Dovey, Henry Alfred
Circa 1900?
Portrait of Henry Alfred Dovey. Photograph has been painted over in colour
Female portrait. Unidentified Female portrait. Unidentified
1880s?
Portrait of unidentified woman. Photograph has been painted over in colour
(North Otago Early Settlers' Association, 1993)
Hall, Alexander Hall, Alexander
Circa 1900?
Portrait of Alexander Hall of Ngapara. Photograph has been painted over in colour
(North Otago Early Settlers' Association, 1993)
Man in a garden Man in a garden
1919
Unidentified man standing in front of a willow tree.
Anderson, Adam Anderson, Adam
1890s?
Portrait of Adam Anderson. Label with photograph reads Adam Anderson, first settler in Herbert, 1857. Photograph with colour paint
Barraclough, John Barraclough, John
Circa 1880?
John Barraclough. Born Yorkshire 8 December 1827. Settled in Oamaru, March 1860. Died at Oamaru 14 June 1899 aged 73 years. Born in Bradford, Yorkshire where he learnt about wool. He married Harriet and they went to Victoria for a year before coming to New Zealand. Soon after he arrived in North Otago, being employed by Mr Hassell in the Waiareka Valley, he then set up business in his own right as a wool classer. Later he built the fellmongery at Maheno as well as building and occupying the Medora Hotel in Reidston. He retired to Meadowbank in Oamaru and purchased a farm at Waimotu which he leased, but eventually worked himself. (North Otago Early Settlers' Association, 1993) Photograph painted over in colour
Clark, James. Maheno Clark, James. Maheno
1880s
James Clark, Maheno. Born 13 October 1819, died 31 May 1886. Arrived by ship "Wellington", 1878. "They came from Barnes, Orkney Islands". Photograph painted over in colour.
Fea, David Miller. Maheno Fea, David Miller. Maheno
1880s?
David Miller Fea, Maheno. Came from Evie, Orkney Islands. Arrived by the ship "Wellington" in 1878 (1875?). In 1878 he leased 500 acres on the Kauroo Hill estate. He then bought land at Maheno and set up business as a storekeeper, which included having a bakery and bacon and ham curing functions. After 12 years he moved to the Catlins and then retired to Dalmore in Dunedin, where he died in 1921 aged 64 years. While in Maheno he served as chair of the school committee and was Second Noble Grand of the Maheno 100F Lodge. He was a director of the North Otago Caledonian Society for 9 years. He married a daughter of Mr James Clark of Maheno and they had four sons and four daughters. (North Otago Early Settlers' Association, 1993) Photograph has been painted over in colour
Herron [Heron?], Thomas Herron [Heron?], Thomas
Circa 1900?
Tom Herron, Oamaru Fire Brigade. Photograph has added hand drawn details. (North Otago Early Settlers' Association, 1993)
Loading...