Taylor and Redfern



Taylor and Redfern
Photographers
194 Queen Street, Auckland
from about January 1869 to 23 July 1870


William Waterworth Taylor born circa 1846, died 24 November 1919 at Auckland aged 73 years son of Hannah Maria Lambert and Rev. William Taylor of Mauku




New Zealand Herald, Volume VI, Issue 1606, 18 January 1869
[this notice continued in the New Zealand Herald until 17 April 1869]


New Zealand Herald, Volume VII, Issue 1897, 14 February 1870
[this notice continued in the New Zealand Herald until 10 March 1870]



Messrs. Taylor and Redfern, of Queen street, have executed a very creditable photograph of the Flying Squadron as they lay at anchor in this harbour.
Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXVI, Issue 3894, 14 February 1870



New Zealand Herald, Volume VII, Issue 2023, 14 July 1870



Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXVI, Issue 4032, 25 July 1870


unnamed man by Taylor and Redfern





Turner



Turner
[the identity of the photographer named Turner is not known]


Bridge of Remembrance, Christchurch
Turner no. 23
Erected by the citizens of Christchurch to initially honour the sacrifice made during the 1914–1918 Great War, in 1923.


Cathedral Square, Christchurch
Turner no. 15
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