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Name/title Maker Production date Description
Mrs James McGimpsey (nee Lizzie McCone of Otiake) Mrs James McGimpsey (nee Lizzie McCone of Otiake)
Martin, Charles (estab. 1876, closed 1899)
Circa 1889
Mrs James McGimpsey (nee Lizzie McCone of Otiake). Willie McGimpsey at left, father of Mr R McGimpsey (Bob) of Kurow. Laser copy of original photograph
At right: Davie McGimpsey. Photograph 1888 or 1889.
Man's portrait, unidentified Man's portrait, unidentified
Martin, Charles (estab. 1876, closed 1899)
Circa 1895?
Studio portrait of an unidentified man.
Portrait of two men, unidentified Portrait of two men, unidentified
Martin, Charles (estab. 1876, closed 1899)
Circa 1895?
Studio portrait of two unidentified men.
Portrait of man and woman, unidentified Portrait of man and woman, unidentified
Martin, Charles (estab. 1876, closed 1899)
Circa 1895?
Studio portrait of unidentified man and woman.
Woman's portrait, unidentified Woman's portrait, unidentified
Martin, Charles (estab. 1876, closed 1899)
Circa 1895?
Studio portrait of a young woman wearing a small "B" pin on her collar.
Children's portrait, unidentified Children's portrait, unidentified
Martin, Charles (estab. 1876, closed 1899)
Circa 1895?
Studio portrait of a girl and two boys.
Unidentified man Unidentified man
Martin, Charles (estab. 1876, closed 1899)
1880s?
Adult male with long beard wearing military or band uniform with 'beaverskin' hat
Unidentified man Unidentified man
Martin, Charles (estab. 1876, closed 1899)
1880s?
Carte de visite, head and shoulders of man with bushy beard and longish hair. Martin photo To His Excellency printed on lower edge of card
Margaret Olgilvie (nee Russell) Margaret Olgilvie (nee Russell)
Martin, Charles (estab. 1876, closed 1899)
1890s
Studio portrait of Margaret Olgilvie, wife of James Olgilvie.
James Olgilvie James Olgilvie
Martin, Charles (estab. 1876, closed 1899)
1890s
Studio portrait of James Olgilvie. James Olgilvie ran a Plumber, Tinsmith and Gas Fitter business in Thames Street, Oamaru.
Unidentified young woman Unidentified young woman
Martin, Charles (estab. 1876, closed 1899)
1890s?
Sepia coloured carte de visite showing young woman wearing an elaborate costume with white ribbon bows in front, also has her hair plaited and piled high on the back of her head
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