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Name/title Maker Production date Description
Unidentified woman and baby. The Glebe, Parsons Road Unidentified woman and baby. The Glebe, Parsons Road
1890s?
Unidentified woman and baby in the garden at the Glebe. Vicarage of St Luke's Anglican Church, home of Reverend Algernon Gifford
Oamaru Public Gardens Oamaru Public Gardens
Circa 1876
"Gardens Oamaru about 1876". View facing north east. Isis Street. Town in the background
St Luke's Anglican Church Oamaru St Luke's Anglican Church Oamaru
1890s
St Luke's, Anglican Church. Wooden bell tower. Itchen street
Enfield Presbyterian Church Enfield Presbyterian Church
Circa 1878?
Enfield Presbyterian Church. opened 11 August 1878 on land donated by John Reid. (Ref Malcolm 1996:56.)
Unidentified workers Unidentified workers
Men and boys, horses and dog beside tents and hut. Early Working Men's quarters? Larger building in background behind trees
Moeraki, North Otago Moeraki, North Otago
View facing east. Harbour. Packing sheds.
Unidentified house and farm buildings Unidentified house and farm buildings
House behind trees at right, man approaching house. Sheds and fields
View  south east from Wharfe Street View south east from Wharfe Street
View facing south east from Wharfe Street. Mast. Cape Wanbrow. Cabbage trees.
"Parts of Tyne and Itchen Streets Oamaru in 1870" "Parts of Tyne and Itchen Streets Oamaru in 1870"
1870
"Parts of Tyne and Itchen Streets Oamaru in 1870". From right: Star and Garter Hotel 1867-68; H H Coggins, Chemist; J Waddell, Saddler; R W Adair, Watchmaker; Kearns and McLean, Bootmakers; J & W Bee, Grocers; S E Shrimski's Auction Rooms (1873); original Bank of Otago (1861-71); R L Livingstone, Bookseller; Finch & Co, Wine and Spirit Merchants; Fleming & Hedley, Stock and Station Agents; Bank of New Zealand; F Robertson's Smithy.
Elevated View, Oamaru Elevated View, Oamaru
1887
Shaw's Boarding House, corner of Severn and Isis streets, 1887.
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.
Elevated View, Oamaru Elevated View, Oamaru
1880s?
"Oamaru from Hospital Hill. JMB 24". View facing east.
Oamaru Brewery Oamaru Brewery
1866
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."
North Otago Brewery. R Shand & Co. est.1876 North Otago Brewery. R Shand & Co. est.1876
1915
North Otago Brewery. R Shand & Co. This business established in Ribble Street as Oamaru Brewery in 1876, built for Lintott & Otterson. Purchased by Robert Shand in 1902 and called North Otago Brewery until closure, 1915. Pictured: W G (Bill) Naylor (top), "Star" King (standing), (William) Bill Steele, carrier. William Steele is carting the last barrel from the brewery at the time of its closure.
Fluming in Glen Street Fluming in Glen Street
1917
Fluming in Glen Street taking water to the Oamaru Borough Council power house in Cross/Chelmer Streets, late 1917.
Public School Oamaru Public School Oamaru
1887
1927
"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.
Oamaru North School Oamaru North School
Aug 1874
North School. Opened 31 August, 1874.
Waitaki boys High School Waitaki boys High School
1914-1918
Trench digging at Waitaki Boys' High School during First World War period. Dray/digger? MM108
The Glebe, Vicarage of Rev Gifford The Glebe, Vicarage of Rev Gifford
1890s?
The Glebe, Vicarage of Rev Gifford, St Luke's Church. Cart. Haystacks. Horses.
Haystacks on The Glebe property Haystacks on The Glebe property
1890s?
Haystacks on The Glebe property. Cart. Horses.
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