Stafford Street South, Timaru N.Z.; Ferrier, William; 1900-1906; 2177

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South Canterbury Museum

Name/Title

Stafford Street South, Timaru N.Z.

About this object

Colour tinted postcard bearing the title "Stafford Street South, Timaru N.Z." along the whiote border on the right, dating from circa 1903.

Depicts a view looking southwards along Stafford Street from the intersection with George Street, with several pedestrians on the sidewalk and a few horse drawn vehicles on the road. Businesses identifiable on the street inlcude Hawkey and Sons, J Boothroyd, the Criterion Hotel, and Alfred Budds on the right, while Massey Harris appears on the left side of the image.

A handwritten note in pen on the reverse to "Master M Millan C/O Mrs M Millan Burkes Pass Via Fairlie" reads "Dear Alick, I hope you are all well. Ella has got such a nice book for you to look at when Ella comes home good bye, Mary Scott"

Postcard has a "Burkes Pass" stamp cancellation (no stamp) date of "?4 DE 06"

Place Made

Timaru, New Zealand

Maker

Ferrier, William

Maker Role

Photographer

Date Made

1900-1906

Medium and Materials

Paper

Technique

letterpress halftone

Measurements

89(h) x 138(w) mm

Subject and Association Keywords

Stafford Street, Timaru

Subject and Association Keywords

Millan, Alick

Subject and Association Keywords

Millan, M (Mrs)

Subject and Association Keywords

Boothroyd, J, Bookseller, Timaru

Subject and Association Keywords

Hawkeys City Boot Emporium, Timaru

Subject and Association Keywords

Massey Harris & Co Ltd, Timaru

Subject and Association Keywords

Criterion Hotel, Timaru

Subject and Association Keywords

Budds, Tearooms, Timaru

Object Type

Postcard

Object number

2177

Copyright Licence  

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