[Flockton Well, corner of George St and the Great North Road]; Burton Brothers, ...

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South Canterbury Museum

Name/Title

[Flockton Well, corner of George St and the Great North Road]

About this object

Photograph of Flockton Well near the corner of George St and the Great North Road (Stafford St), between April and December 1868. It is viewed looking along George St to the west.

The original wooden Bank of New Zealand building is visible on the corner (centre of image), with Clarkson and Turnbull across the road (left of centre) and the Club Hotel and Flockton Well in the foreground at the left-hand side of the image. There is a man standing on the well and two boys in front of it. The Russell Ritchie and Co. building is on the right corner.

The photograph is mounted on a card backing with the photographers' details and "View Up George St., Timaru." handwritten on lower edge. There are also handwritten labels on the top and lower edges of the mount (with small arrows pointing to the appropriate site) that identify the buildings.

Place Made

Timaru, New Zealand

Place Notes

Taken in Timaru, New Zealand by photographers based in Dunedin, New Zealand.

Maker

Burton Brothers, Dunedin

Maker Role

Photographer

Date Made

1868

Medium and Materials

Cardboard/Paper, photographic

Technique

albumen print

Measurements

142(h) x 202(w) mm

Subject and Association Keywords

George Street, Timaru

Subject and Association Keywords

Great North Road, Timaru

Subject and Association Keywords

Stafford Street, Timaru

Subject and Association Keywords

Club Hotel, Timaru

Subject and Association Keywords

Clarkson & Turnbull, Drapers, Timaru

Subject and Association Keywords

Flockton Well, Timaru

Subject and Association Keywords

Russell Ritchie and Co, Merchants, Timaru

Object Type

Print, photographic

Object number

2102

Copyright Licence  

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