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Name/title Maker Production date Description
Glenpark Flour Mill after alterations Glenpark Flour Mill after alterations
1928?
A sepia coloured photograph showing the Glenpark Flour Mill undergoing alterations.
Palmerston and Port Chalmers Bowling Clubs members. Palmerston and Port Chalmers Bowling Clubs members.
Appleby, J H (b.Circa 1868, d.1949)
1890s?
A black and white photo taken at a bowling rink with club members beside a bowling green.
Military and cadets group Military and cadets group
Appleby, J H (b.Circa 1868, d.1949)
1910s?
Large group of militia, cadets, band members and civilians possibly 1914/5. A sepia coloured photo taken outside with trees as a background.
Indian Troops at Palmerston Indian Troops at Palmerston
Appleby, J H (b.Circa 1868, d.1949)
Circa 1901?
A black and white photo showing eight members of the Imperial Indian Troops in different uniforms.
Mr D Ross's Terrace Farm, Palmerston Mr D Ross's Terrace Farm, Palmerston
Appleby, J H (b.Circa 1868, d.1949)
1914
A sepia coloured photo showing the Terrace Farm homestead and district.
Elizabeth Forrester (Mrs Thomas) Elizabeth Forrester (Mrs Thomas)
1910s?
Elizabeth Forrester (Mrs Thomas)
National Prohibition campaign National Prohibition campaign
Circa 1918-Circa 1920
Group of men standing near cars. A banner over a bus reads "I vote against National Prohibition. I vote for National Prohibition".
Bell, Andrew and Bridget. Duntroon Bell, Andrew and Bridget. Duntroon
Circa 1900?
Andrew and Bridget Bell with dog. Their daughter was Elizabeth Bell (later Mrs Geddes), whose daughter was Agnes Geddes (later Mrs Davis). Photograph has added hand drawn details
Robertson, Catherine. Incholme. Robertson, Catherine. Incholme.
Circa 1900?
Catherine Robertson, Incholme. Photograph painted over in colour. (North Otago Early Settlers' Association, 1993)
Medal for Begonias and Hydrangeas Medal for Begonias and Hydrangeas
01 Jan 1938
From Royal Horticultural Society at National Show at Christchurch. Has photo of flower and vegetable display.
Bushey Mansion Bushey Mansion
Circa 1900
Black and white photograph of the house at Bushey Park, Palmerston
Bushey Mansion House Bushey Mansion House
Circa 1900
Black and white photograph of the house at Bushey Park, Palmerston. A woman is sitting on the verandah.
17 Draught Horses, Bushey Park 17 Draught Horses, Bushey Park
Circa 1900
Black and white photograph showing seventeen draught horses lined up outside stables. Five unidentified men are in the photograph, and one dog.
George Cox, butcher, Enfield, North Otago George Cox, butcher, Enfield, North Otago
1900-1910?
Cox's pig slaughter, Enfield. George Cox, centre. William Crawford second from right.
Bushey Mansion side view Bushey Mansion side view
Circa 1900
Black and white photograph of the house at Bushey Park from the side. Trees are on either side and a path leads up to the house.
Stables and Coach House, Bushey Park Stables and Coach House, Bushey Park
Circa 1900
Black and white photograph of the stables and coach house at Bushey Park. Three horses are visible in the stables, two of them have a man next to them and a man is standing at the upstairs doorway.A dog is sitting at the base of the water tank at right.
Mr & Mrs John McKenzie Jr Mr & Mrs John McKenzie Jr
Circa 1900
Black and white photograph of Mr and Mrs John McKenzie Junior in a cart being pulled by a horse.
Native Bush Above Reservoir, Bushey Native Bush Above Reservoir, Bushey
Circa 1900
Black and white photograph showing bush and trees above the reservoir, Bushey. Pukehiwitahi hill [?] in background.
Site of Duncan McKenzie's House Number One Site of Duncan McKenzie's House Number One
Circa 1900
Black and white photograph showing a field with hay stooks. Caption states 'Site of Duncan McKenzie's House No. 1'
Site of Duncan McKenzie's House Number 2 Site of Duncan McKenzie's House Number 2
Circa 1900
Black and white photograph showing a field with a hill on the right and trees on the left. Caption states that this was the 'site of Duncan McKenzie's house No.2' Pukehiwitahi hill [?] in the distance.
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