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Name/title Maker Production date Description
Waitaki Farmers' Freezing Company, Pukeuri, early 1920s. Three gentlemen with aprons on in front of range cooking Waitaki Farmers' Freezing Company, Pukeuri, early 1920s. Three gentlemen with aprons on in front of range cooking
1920s
Waitaki Farmers' Freezing Company, Pukeuri, early 1920s. Three gentlemen with aprons on in front of range cooking
Boy and dog beside a house Boy and dog beside a house
Dec 1919
Unidentified boy and collie dog sitting on an upturned cane washing basket, beside a house.
Staff in the Post and Telegraph Office, Oamaru Staff in the Post and Telegraph Office, Oamaru
Circa 1910?
Four men at work in the Post and Telegraph Office.
Unidentified man in Navy uniform Unidentified man in Navy uniform
Circa 1910
Unidentified man in sailor's uniform with three medals, standing in a garden.
Pukeuri Red Cross Guild, 1916. Pukeuri Red Cross Guild, 1916.
1916
Pukeuri Red Cross Guild, 1916.
Reddan, John Francis. James Craig Timber Yard Reddan, John Francis. James Craig Timber Yard
1930s?
John Francis Reddan with dog, two unidentified men at James Craig's Timber Yard, Humber Street.
Mr William and Mrs Celia Jones, managers of Queen's Hotel with family and staff Mr William and Mrs Celia Jones, managers of Queen's Hotel with family and staff
Mahan Studios
Circa 1912
Turning first sod of the Waitaki-Moeraki railway Turning first sod of the Waitaki-Moeraki railway
10 Mar 1873
"Turning 1st Sod Railway 1873". Oamaru Mayor Dr Wait turns the first sod of the Waitaki-Moeraki railway, 10 March, 1873. The ceremony was held near the position of the first railway station at the foot of Wansbeck Street. The occasion was celebrated by a public holiday and a procession to the spot where Dr Wait carried out the time-honoured ritual. A bullock was roasted and devoured by those at the site and there was a public dinner later. Cape Wanbrow. Surfboat landing site.
Information from another negative of this image [P0021.401]: Some people identified by writing on negative: "Shrimski, Booth Brothers, William Milne, Ben Perry, Sir William Steward, John Mainland. Dr Wait [?] behind […] 2 boys sitting on either side are Ted Lane [?] and Bill Wylie"
Salmon Hatchery Hakataramea Salmon Hatchery Hakataramea
1900-1910?
Salmon hatchery, Hakataramea? Extracting eggs.
Frank Milner with Lord Islington, Governor of New Zealand. Waitaki Boys' High School sports Frank Milner with Lord Islington, Governor of New Zealand. Waitaki Boys' High School sports
1911
Waitaki Boys' High School Rector Frank Milner (hat in hand) introducing Lord Islington (standing at trophy table) at the sports day.
Waitaki Boys' High School rowing Waitaki Boys' High School rowing
1916
Portrait of five unidentified rowing crew members.
The staff, Waitaki Boys' High School The staff, Waitaki Boys' High School
1916
A group of six men and one student beside the rugby pitch at Waitaki Boys' High School.
Human pyramid, Waitaki Boys' High School Human pyramid, Waitaki Boys' High School
1914
Group of boys in a pyramid formation at Waitaki Boys' High School.
Oamaru Harbour Oamaru Harbour
1936-1940
Scott's Own Sea Scouts, Oamaru Harbour
Awamoa Tennis Club Awamoa Tennis Club
Clarke Photo (estab. 1907, closed 1937)
Circa 1933
Awamoa Tennis Club, c. 1933 (unnamed, MM 144).
Military encampment, Oamaru Showgrounds Military encampment, Oamaru Showgrounds
Post 1907
Military encampment, Oamaru Showgrounds, after 1907.
Craig & Co. staff Craig & Co. staff
1907
Craig & Co. staff 1907
From Left; A. Gillies, W. Gillies, - , G. Williams, P. Sinclair, - , - , - , - , G. Gerrard, C. Williams (far right)
Women and child in a garden Women and child in a garden
1919
Two women holding brooms, standing on a path beside a house. A little girl is holding a small wooden wheelbarrow.
Two women at Karitane Beach Two women at Karitane Beach
Jan 1920
Two unidentified women sitting in sand dunes.
Pupils of Popotunoa School Pupils of Popotunoa School
1919
One boy sitting on the grass in front, behind are twelve children sitting on four horses.
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