Unknown Photographer

Probably George Brownlee Isdale (born 26 January 1892) and his sister Cora Gretta Murray Isdale "Gretta" (born 6 June 1893), the children of John Isdale and Margaret Cuthbertson Brownlee. 
Gretta Isdale married in 1921 to James William Holden Fredric.

reverse message
"Glencairn" Oamaru
Seasons greetings from an old friend. Hope you enjoy your Australian trip. Heard from a friend of your doings in Waimate. Sorry I could not be there.
Yrs sincerely
G. Brownlee Isdale"

Otago Daily Times, Issue 12404, 14 July 1902, Supplement

Elmwood Studios

Elmwood Studios
Dee Street, Invercargill

 numbered B110 3

The Phillips Candid Camera Service

The Phillips Candid Camera Service
Night Party Photo Specialists

 numbered 674-A 52

Phillips Bros

Phillips Bros
Edward Arthur Phillips and Henry Phillips
Esk Street, Invercargill

Succeeded Karl Andreas Gerstenkorn in Invercargill January 1907

Southland Times, Issue 10939, 18 January 1907


Southland Times, Issue 10944, 21 May 1907

Southland Times, Issue 10967, 19 June 1907

Southland Times, Issue 10995, 23 July 1907

In this issue Mr Henry Phillips, proprietor of the new Alma photographic Studio in Neil’s Building, at the corner of Dee and Spey streets, makes his opening announcement. The premises are claimed to be equal to anything of the kind in the dominion, and the advertisement which announces reduced prices for a short period in all classes of work will doubtless be read with great interest by our readers.
Southland Times, Issue 14091, 24 April 1909
Southland Times, Issue 14091, 24 April 1909

Bruce Herald, Volume XLVIII, Issue 58, 5 August 1912

WATSON, Frederick George

Frederick George Watson

Van Dene

Van Dene

an unidentified soldier by Van Dene Studio, Hamilton

FAWSON, Herbert Lewis

Herbert Lewis Fawson 
born 3 November 1875 London
died 5 April 1949 aged 74 years, reg. 1949/20650

The Alva Studio, 126 Cuba Street, Wellington
July 1915 to circa March 1918
 from 1923 the Marie Dean Studio was located at this address. 

Postcard blind stamped "Alva, Cuba Street, Wellington"
reverse inscription 
"L. Whitelaw
Yours Les & Lois
June 19 - 1916"

New Zealand Times, Volume XL, Issue 9091, 9 July 1915

The Alva Studio, 26 (sic) Cuba street, is now under entirely new management, Mr H. Fawson, a well-known Auckland photographer, having purchased the business. General alterations and improvements have been effected, and the studio is now one of the most up-to-date in the city. First-class work and entire satisfaction is guaranteed all patrons. 
New Zealand Times, Volume XL, Issue 9091, 9 July 1915

Ballot Appeals
Military Service Board
Herbert L. Fawson, photographer, Cuba-street, in asking for a further extension of time to enable him to dispose of his business, mentioned that he is in his 43rd year. He had been ordered into the C1 camp. — Leave was granted until March. 
Evening Post, Volume XCV, Issue 28, 1 February 1918