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Name/title Maker Production date Description
Oamaru Public Gardens Oamaru Public Gardens
1926
'Wonderland' statuary group in the gardens, Oamaru, NZ. (Photo G. H. Gilmore, Oamaru.)
Wonderland Statue presented to the town in 1926 by Robert Milligan. Inspired by the Peter Pan statue in Kensington Gardens, England. Designed by T. J. Clapperton.
Gymnastic team at Duntroon Gymnastic team at Duntroon
1898
Gymnastic team at Duntroon
Slide: Muirhead box 5
St Luke's, Anglican Church, Oamaru St Luke's, Anglican Church, Oamaru
1911
1916
1928
Archdeacon J D Russell. Installed at St Luke's in 1911. Appointed Archdeacon of Oamaru in 1916, becoming Archdeacon of North Otago in 1928. Held this position until 1944, when he became Archdeacon Emeritus.
Unidentified men in a bath Unidentified men in a bath
Four young men sitting in a bath. House interior. Brown collection.
Fallen Troopers' Memorial. Unveiled 2 February, 1905. Fallen Troopers' Memorial. Unveiled 2 February, 1905.
02 Feb 1905
Fallen Trooper's Memorial. Unveiled 2 February, 1905. The cost of L1,700 was largely raised through the efforts of W G Grave, a master at Waitaki Boys' High School. (Grave later became a well-known solicitor in Oamaru.)
Jim Brown and family [?] Jim Brown and family [?]
Circa 1910
Jim Brown (front left) with family or friends at Kakanui (?) Jim Brown with three unidentified women and one girl
Moeraki Boulders facing south east Moeraki Boulders facing south east
Moeraki Boulders facing south east.
War Memorial, Thames Street War Memorial, Thames Street
Circa 1937
War Memorial, 1914 - 1918. Photograph taken c. 1937. From Norman Jenkin album.
Memorial Oak Plaque Memorial Oak Plaque
1914-1918
A rectangular copper plaque associated with the memorial oaks scheme commemorating local soldiers who died during World War One.

" PVTE. C.S. SMITH // KILLED IN FRANCE // 1916 "
Saddler's Thimble Saddler's Thimble
1890s
A metal saddler's thimble. Also known as a palm. It belonged to Mr H.T. (Harry) Addison, who worked for Mr Dimick in the years around 1895-1898 as an apprentice when he was 13 to 15 years old.
Elderslie Estate Elderslie Estate
J M Brown Bookseller and Stationer
Unknown
John Reid's cross at his grave. Reads 'In Loving Memory of John Reid of Elderslie. Beloved husband of Agnes Reid. Born 24th March 1833 Died 15th [?] August 1912'
Plane Plane
1890s
Coachbuilder's plane. The handle is in front of the blade. Base has two chunks out of the back. Handle is like a horn. "G.C.". stamped on plane. No visible markings on the blade.
Keystone Keystone
Circa 1882
A figural keystone in the form of a bearded man. Mounted on a wooden backing. Originally from an internal arch in the 1882 Waitaki County Council building on Thames Street, Oamaru.
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
Memorial Oak Plaque Memorial Oak Plaque
1914-1918
A rectangular copper plaque associated with the memorial oaks scheme commemorating local soldiers who died during World War One.

' PTE. L. C. WARNER // KILLED IN FRANCE 1918'.
"Wonderland" - Oamaru Gardens, N.Z. "Wonderland" - Oamaru Gardens, N.Z.
Chance, George (b.1885, d.1963)
1926
Black and white (sepia) photograph of bronze statue "Wonderland" in Oamaru Gardens. Flowers. Wonderland sculpture
Memorial Oak Cross and Plaque Memorial Oak Cross and Plaque
1914-1918
A wooden cross with a rectangular copper plaque associated with the memorial oaks scheme commemorating local soldiers who died during World War One.

The cross is made from thick timber, appears to have been painted white originally. Top of post is slightly pointed. Cross piece is short and narrow.

The copper plaque is nailed to the cross piece by way of six flat head nails. On the face of the post below the plaque is a square headed nail.

"SERGT A McPherson // KILLED IN FRANCE // 1918"
Dog - Staffordshire Terrier[?] Elderslie Estate Dog - Staffordshire Terrier[?] Elderslie Estate
Dog [Staffordshire Terrier?] sitting in garden. 2015/441.1389, 2015/441.1390 same dog
Infants, Kokoamo School Infants, Kokoamo School
1920
Unidentified children. Four boys and four girls beside a Kokoamo School building.
Bicknell family group Bicknell family group
[Circa 1900]
Seven women and two men posing on a ladder in a garden.
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