Thames Street, Oamaru, Muir & Moodie
|by Te Papa|
Thames Street, Oamaru. Pioneer photographers Thomas Muir and George Moodie took over the Burton Brothers' photography firm (Dunedin) in 1891, photographing scenes across New Zealand and prospering from the enormous postcard boom of the early 1900s. The firm eventually closed in 1916, bringing an end to an historic era of New Zealand photography.
Black and white gelatin glass negative.
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