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Burrell, Frederick William Trehair


Photographer. Studio was on Dee Street, Invercargill. In later years lived and worked in Christchurch, NZ.

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Laying the Foundation Stone of the Invercargill Athenaeum, August 1874

 Item — Box: 12
Identifier: S00780136
Scope and Contents Photograph taken looking down upon a crowd of people as they watch the first stone for the new Athenaeum, the first home of the Invercargill Public Library, being lowered towards the ground by the Master of the Southern Cross Masonic Lodge - William Craig.
Dates: August 1874

Laying the Foundation Stone of the Invercargill Athenaeum

 Digital Image
Identifier: D00780136
Dates: August 1874

[The Southland Implement and Engineering Company. Street Parade]., c.1900

 Item — Box: 7
Identifier: S00780072
Overview Photograph featuring a gathering/parade on Dee Steet, Invercargill. Showing the west side of the street between Spey and Leet Streets, with the City Private Hotel and Hanan's Buildings. Banners held aloft features the words 'The Southland Implement and Engineering Company'. Two men in the centre are waving large flags - one New Zealand, one American.
Dates: c.1900