Photograph, Fleming & Co Staff Photo [In Copyright]; Galt's Photography and Cott...

Name/Title

Photograph, Fleming & Co Staff Photo [In Copyright]

About this object

Taken in the 1990s, this is the last staff photograph of Fleming & Co held by the Gore Museum. Notable among the staff are Dawn Brocks who became the first female manager of the Mill and who oversaw the closing of the Mill in 2001. Also of note is Ron Ashby, who was the Mill's longest serving employee. Ron started at the Mill making boxes and after 47 years, ended his career as Head Engineer.

Place Made

Oceania, New Zealand, South Island, Southland, Gore

Maker

Galt's Photography and Cottage Picture Framers

Maker Role

Photographer

Date Made

1990-1999

Period

1990s

Medium and Materials

organic, processed materials, paper, photographic paper
organic, processed materials, paper, card

Inscription and Marks

Typed on paper and taped to back: 'BACK ROW - LEFT TO RIGHT
David McCullough, Ashley Johnstone, Warren Gentle, John Sim, Glen Graham, Gerard Kubala, Kevin Buston, Roger Adams, Lynn Symons, Helen Marwick, Trevor Richardson, Paul McCullough, Timothy Crowley, Geoff Butler, Danny Miller, Shirley Ashby, Joyce Morrell, Russell Aimers, Colin Gray, Peter Taylor, Evan Barclay, Ross Witham

MIDDLE ROW - LEFT TO RIGHT

'Stephen Marwick, Steven Lloyd, John Christie, Colin Wright, Roy Walker, Robert Van Sprang, Sue Holland, Rosalie Robertson, Ali McCarthy, Pamela Brandford, Daphne Proctor, Mavora Briggs, Gail Hourston, Cathy Williams, Rana Soper, Debbie Brandford, Joyce Kotuhi, Mark Marwick, Ned Hoooper, Frank Farmer

FRONT ROW - LEFT TO RIGHT

Dawn Brocks, Fiona Cameron, John Davanney, Les Wyatt, Ron Ashby, Malcolm Cole, Stan Staton, Lyall Buston, George McGillen, Bruce Thomson, Veronica O'Brien, Claire Taylor, Jeanette Beveridge

Measurements

h 305 mm x w 335 mm

Subject and Association Keywords

Business and Work

Object Type

photographs

Object number

GO.U8b

Copyright Licence  

All rights reserved

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