Photograph, Templeton & Walker Bros; Phillips, Henry; 1908; OT.2010.66

Name/Title

Photograph, Templeton & Walker Bros

About this object

This is a photograph of Templeton & Walker Bros coach-builders, farriers, wheelwrights and general blacksmiths store. The company took over the premise in 1904, its previous owners being Afflecks. Afflecks stated at the time of the takeover, that with 'Davie' at the helm and Mr Walker a Bath & Co. trained first-class wheelwright from Invercargill, they believed their long and established business would be in good hands. Even earlier owners of this business had been the well-known Blacksmithing firm, Reid & Gray.

The above premises were located where the Otautau Super-value supermarket carpark now is and sustained damage in the 1932 Otautau fire which required a new building to replace it.

Who is in the Photograph?

L-R: ? Campbell, W. Henderson, Fred Hazlett, David (Davie) Templeton, R Walker & Mary Templeton (David's daughter).

Place Made

Oceania, New Zealand, South Island, Southland, Otautau

Maker

Phillips, Henry

Maker Role

Photographer

Date Made

1908

Inscription and Marks

Printed on bottom of mount: 'ALMA STUDIO DEE STREET INVERCARGILL'
Handwritten on back of mount: 'Otautau Main St Built when Reg Roffs butcher shop in now (1975) later a tea rooms - Laing Adventure in Otautau Old on May 7th 1907 as Successors to Affleck & Co'
'Given by J F Thomson Otautau O.D.H.S'

Measurements

h 240 mm x w 270 mm

Period

1910s

Object Type

photographs

Subject and Association Keywords

Buildings and Structures

Subject and Association Keywords

Business and Retail

Medium and Materials

organic, vegetal, processed material, paper, photographic paper
organic, vegetal, processed material, paper, card

Object number

OT.2010.66

Copyright Licence  

Public Domain Public Domain

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