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Negative collections from Bremford, Kalksma and Langwood. The museum purchased all the negatives from Bremford Studio and in this is packages from Kinghams, unfortunately the negatives only go back to 1969 as before that they were damaged by water.The location of the photographer is not to be taken too seriously because many photos were copied and reprinted by local photographers. Weeks Printing a company which originally started in Christchurch founded by Horace John weeks. Rosewarne and branched out to Auckland, Dunedin and Wanganui. in NSW and arriving in NZ in 1863] Pringle & Hartman Timaru Standish & Preece Christchurch High St. Butterfield, Frederick Temuka 1898 Muir, Frederick Timaru 1902 Daguerreotype, used from 1839 to about 1860, was produced on a metal support of thin copper, with a highly polished mirror-like coating of silver. Where cheap, popular, produced on a very thin sheet of iron and the images are reversed and are often of poorer quality and frequently small. Williams took a group photo of players and visitors, with his new Cirkuit Film camera, the first photo of its kind taken in Timaru. Need to be physically protected fingerprint free and flat.Therefore, a photo printed in Dunedin or Melbourne may have been originally taken in England. They are sealed in glass to protect the plate from atmospheric and physical damage. Pictures are normally clear and sharp and when moved under light they can be seen to revert to their negative effect. Often taken by the travelling photographer., 10 October 1919, Page 8 Bowling, Timaru Club. An old chocolate box is better than one an album with sticky pages overlaid with cling plastic because the latex adhesive on the backing page stains black and white photos and fades colour dyes. If plastic, make sure its polypropylene, polyethylene or polyester. David Ferrier first worked in Dunedin then Christchurch.The reverse is not likely - photos printed in England were almost certainly taken in England. example Ambrotypes (1854 until the mid-1860s) Produced from an underexposed glass negative which was then covered with a backing of black velvet or shellac. Ask the retailer if unsure (there is an International Standards test for photo albums). William, 20 August 1855, a native of Edinburgh, arrived at Port Chalmers 9 September 1869 on the William Davie, from Glasgow, aged 14 years, with his widowed father, David Ferrier, and sister Jessie Lowe Ferrier. William Lowe's daughter Jessie Lowe was married to David Ferrier in Forfar, Scotland in 1852 by Rev. William Ferrier, photographer and landscape watercolourist was a cousin of the singer Kathleen Ferrier and Colin Mc Cahon's maternal grandfather. William married Eva Beatrice Cunningham of Oamaru in 1886. Children of Eva Beatrice nee Cunninghame and William Ferrier, married in 1886 1888 Ferrier Ethel Beatrice 1890 Ferrier Gilbert Colin Cunninghame 1887 Ferrier Ileen Mason Lowe 1892 Ferrier William Hedley 1895 Ferrier John Lowe 1898 Ferrier Herbert Gordon 1901 Ferrier Sarah Catherine 1903 Ferrier Eva Clara Evening Post, 10 April 1915, Page 6 Lieutenant Colin Ferrier, eldest son of Mr.The South Canterbury section of the Canterbury edition Cyclopedia of New Zealand, published 1903, is jam-packed photographs with the majority of the by: W. Visit Scan old photos to CDs and make one each for your children. Frank continued with a studio in Dunedin until 1890. William died 16 October 1922, Timaru aged 67 years buried Timaru Cemetery 18 October 1922, row 34 plot 418. William Ferrier, Timaru, whose death on the field of battle was reported last week, was a particularly bright and promising young man (says the Timaru Herald). He was educated at the Waimataitai School, and later at the Timaru High School.