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Name/title Maker Production date Description
Staff of Milligan and Bond, Tees Street, c.1914 Staff of Milligan and Bond, Tees Street, c.1914
Circa 1914
Staff of Milligan and Bond, Tees Street, c.1914. Drivers of the carts are Sam Welsh and Mr Gallagher. James Scott.
Bridge Hotel, Kurow. J O'Neill, proprietor. "The Bridge Hotel as it was in the late 1800s. Bridge Hotel, Kurow. J O'Neill, proprietor. "The Bridge Hotel as it was in the late 1800s.
Late 19th Century
Bridge Hotel, Kurow. J O'Neill, proprietor. "The Bridge Hotel as it was in the late 1800s. This hotel was in Station Street, and was burnt down in 1907 - 1908. The railway station was built 50 yards to the left. the horse on the right is the sire "Stanley". The Waitaki Hotel (built in 1940) replaces this building."
Family unidentified Family unidentified
Circa 1905
Two women, two boys having tea in a garden. House in background
Kurow Main Street Kurow Main Street
1930s?
A sepia coloured photo showing the main street of Kurow coverd with snow.
Severn Street, Oamaru Severn Street, Oamaru
1920s
"Severn Street 1920s". Majestic Theatre; snow covered street looking south; Garage Chrysler; cars
Lower Thames Street, looking north Lower Thames Street, looking north
Circa 1884
View from the railway crossing of people, horses and carts on Thames Street. A man with a penny farthing bicycle and a boy in standing the foreground. At right, from the front are the Bank of New South Wales, opened September 18 1884, the National Bank of New Zealand (former Bank of Otago) and the Empire Hotel. The next two storey building along is the Swan Hotel.
Streetscape, Itchen Street Streetscape, Itchen Street
Circa 1940
Mercer & Mitchell Ltd, corner of Itchen & Tyne Streets, c. 1940.
(Bee Bros old building.)
Commercial buildings on corner of Wear Street and Thames Street Commercial buildings on corner of Wear Street and Thames Street
Mahan Studios
Circa 1935
Thames Street commercial businesses. Corner Thames and Wear Streets.Crombie Cash Grocer;Lewis's Coats Frocks; Singe Sewing Machines; The Bristola Pianos Music
Photograph made into Christmas Greetings
Tees Street Shops Tees Street Shops
1882
Tees Street shops, late 1882. Geo. R Taylor, Importer and General Merchant. Watson and McIntosh, Wholesale and Retail Ironmongers, Plumbers and Tinsmiths. St Luke's Church. Photo A Sargeant
Tees Street Tees Street
Circa 1875
Tees street shops. John Church, Royal Insurance Co. Agent. James Scott. Watson & McIntosh Ironmongers, Plumbers and Tinsmiths. E G Lane Druggist. John Main Nursery and Seedsman.
Tees Street Tees Street
Circa 1882
View of Tees Street. Man standing in doorway of E G Lane Chemists. Woman in doorway of Watson and McIntosh Ironmonger. Man with horse in cart. Man on horseback and dog in street. Person standing by shop in background. Left to right:1st 2-storey building built 1880 for H.W. Marshall. 2nd 2-storey building built 1876 Ross, Bootmaker, J. McArthur, Butcher. Upstairs, St James Hall (building demolished 1906); 3rd 2-storey building built 1867 for Jas White, J & H Fry Butchers 1877-81; next 2 shop occupants unknown; J. Main, Seedsman; J.Isles, photographer and hairdresser built 2-storey shop 1868, succeeded by A. Sergeant, photographer 1879; John Church, agent; James Scott, grocer, shop built for Clark and Paterson, grocers, 1867; Watson and McIntosh, ironmongers, 1868; E.G.Lane, chemist 1868. Horse and cart (As written on reverse of print)
Northern Hotel Northern Hotel
Circa 1873
1860-1880
Original wooden Northern Hotel corner Tyne and Wansbeck Streets. Andrew Baker, proprietor. Built in 1860. Demolished in 1880 and replaced by stone building. In doorway from left: Lewis Morton and Arthur Toms. Horse and cart. Signs on Wansbeck Street shops, Labour Mart [?], Livery and Bait Stables, Photographer.
First Arbor Day Oamaru 1893 First Arbor Day Oamaru 1893
1893
First Arbor Day Oamaru 1893. First Oamaru Post Office (1864). Second Oamaru Post Office (1884).
Tyne Street view (before 1906 when Oamaru Mail shifted to east Tyne Street). Tyne Street view (before 1906 when Oamaru Mail shifted to east Tyne Street).
Pre 1906
Tyne Street view (before 1906 when Oamaru Mail shifted to east Tyne Street). From left: Oamaru Mail. Union Bank of Australia. Bank of New Zealand. Horse trough.
Penny Farthing cyclists Penny Farthing cyclists
1880s
Penny Farthing cyclists, lower Thames Street, 1880s (before 1885) (Fred Clayton, third cyclist from right, wearing pill-box hat.) John Hood, Draper. Albert Sargeant, Photographer. E G Lane, Chemist & Druggist, St Luke's Church. Itchen Street. Tees Street.
A theatrical chorus group standing in front of a backdrop depicting a river and mountains. A theatrical chorus group standing in front of a backdrop depicting a river and mountains.
1890s?
A sepia coloured photo showing a large chorus group with the men wearing peasant costume and the women wearing white skirts, black waistcoats and white caps.
Streetscape, Thames Street Streetscape, Thames Street
Late 1920s
Thames Looking North, late 1920s
J Glover Ladies outfitter, Jewell's Jewels, J Oglivie and Son Plumber, S Easton and Co the People's Butchery
Streetscape, Thames Street Streetscape, Thames Street
Circa 1912
Reid and Gray's timber yard, corner of Thames and Eden Streets, c.1912. (Formerly Fulton's timber yard.)
Kurow Motor Garage and Service Company Limited Kurow Motor Garage and Service Company Limited
Circa 1930
Seven men at the railyards, truck loaded with wool [?] bales
Peace Celebration Oamaru Peace Celebration Oamaru
12 Nov 1918
Thames Street. View from rooftop of people, cars, horses and carts in front of the Polytechnic building. William Skinner's store. The Globe Hotel. Brownlee & Son Nurserymen and Seed Mart
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