Category: Camera Obscura
Saturday 23 October | Camera Obscura
This is a 1992 view of the formerly quite grand theatre.
Saturday 9 October | Camera Obscura
Do we still have drapery stores? Much of the older terminology, much which entered the English language hundreds of years ago, has fallen into disuse.
Saturday 2 October | Camera Obscura
This flier promotes a sale at Wellings’.
Saturday 25 September | Camera Obscura
This has the look of hard yakker. An old chap is on a machine which looks to be manually operated for the linear movement and the vertical moves.
Saturday 18 September | Camera Obscura
In 1928, teams from the Hamilton Rugby Union who were not competing for the Peace Cup, were competing for the Clarke Cup.
Saturday 11 September | Camera Obscura
Last week we featured an image of the very early Frankton ‘Model Dairy’ flier.
Saturday 4 September | Camera Obscura
This flier promotes a new business opening on Main Street, Frankton on 14 April 1921. The business was opened by Mr C. Davidson.
Saturday 28 August | Camera Obscura
This is Ellis & Burnand’s timber yard in Bryce Street.
Saturday 21 August | Camera Obscura
Ellis & Burnand was founded in 1891, becoming Ellis & Burnand Ltd in 1903.