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All newspaper articles and advertisements are from Papers Past - National Library of New Zealand or Trove - National Library of Australia unless otherwise stated.

Photographer's negatives - the most common question I am asked relates to the current location of photographer's negatives - see this post.

I'm not able to provide any information about photographers other than that on this site. I'm am also not able to date photographs or assist you in identifying people in photographs you may have. I am unable to assist in locating the current location of business records or negatives of any photographer.

I recommend the Auckland City Library's website for more information about New Zealand photographers - http://www.aucklandcity.govt.nz/dbtw-wpd/photographers/basic_search.htm




Campbell, Andrew James

 
 
Andrew James Campbell
Invercargill
 
 
Andrew James Campbell born 9 March 1886, Invercargill, reg. 1886/18699 son of Duncan Campbell and Mary McFadzien, died 24 July 1974, Invercargill, buried Eastern Cemetery, Invercargill, married 18 December 1912, Invercargill, Janette Ferguson Reid she died 9 July 1951 at her residence, 63 Princess Street, Invercargill aged 73 years, reg. 1951/29248, buried Invercargill.
 
She married 1stly 18 August 1903 Methodist Church, Elles Road, Invercargill by the Rev. T. A. Pyhus, William John Noble born 5 November 1879 son of John Noble, died 12 May 1905, buried Eastern Cemetery, Invercargill.

He was the brother of Colin Campbell [Waimate], Duncan Campbell [Auckland], Alfred Campbell, Ewan Campbell and Clive Campbell.

 

Aristo Studio
Invercargill
about 1920 to about 1925
 
Mr A. J. Campbell, late with Guy’s “Cazna” Studio, Dunedin, has arrived in Invercargill and has taken over the management of the Aristo Studio.
Southland Times, Issue 18936, 24 September 1920, Page 4
 
 
 
 
 
 
Campbell's Studio
33 Tay Street, Invercargill
from about December 1924 to November 1928
 
 
Southland Times, Issue 19425, 13 December 1924, Page 6
 
 
 
 
Campbell's Studio
43 Tay Street, Invercargill
from about November 1928
 
 
Southland Times, Issue 20645, 28 March 1929, Page 6
 

 
[purchased October 2022]
 
 
[purchased November 2022]

 
  




unknown photographer

 

Unknown Photographer

 

Unnamed children by an unknown photographer at an unknown location
Photograph re- framed 1920's - 1940's by Ernest T. Savage, Picture Framer and Art Dealer, 50 Bridge Street, Nelson.
 
 

Radcliffe-Taylor, Dawn Maureen

 

Dawn Maureen Radcliffe-Taylor 
Associate Photographic Society of New Zealand [APSNZ]
Photographic Society of New Zealand Inc. Service Medal 1999 

"To have recorded the wonders of nature in our mountains has been an emotional and wonderful experience."
 
 
Dawn Maureen Radcliffe born 5 March 1936 younger daughter of Stanley Albert Radcliffe and Coyla Gertrude King, died 20 July 2016 Christchurch Hospital aged 80 years, buried St Cuthbert's Cemetery, Governors Bay, Canterbury, married Brian David Taylor about 1958


Tuffed Haastia "Haastia Sinclairii"
by Dawn M. Radcliffe-Taylor APSNZ
 [purchased October 2022]
 
 
 Leptinella dendyi [Cotula]
by Dawn M. Radcliffe-Taylor APSNZ
 [purchased October 2022]
 
 
 Shaggy Fungi Sp
by Dawn M. Radcliffe-Taylor APSNZ
[purchased October 2022]
 
 
 Little Mt Health Berries
Pentachondra pumila growing through Pin Cushion Plant about 1993
by Dawn M. Radcliffe-Taylor APSNZ
[purchased October 2022]
 
 
 Red Prostrate Snowberry - Gaultheria Antipoda
by Dawn M. Radcliffe-Taylor APSNZ
 [purchased October 2022]
 
 
"Pastural Patterns"
by Dawn M. Radcliffe-Taylor APSNZ
 [purchased October 2022]
 
 
Masquerade
by Dawn M. Radcliffe-Taylor APSNZ
 [purchased October 2022]
 
 
Aseroe rubra - Stinkhorn fungi 2
by Dawn M. Radcliffe-Taylor APSNZ
 [purchased October 2022]
 
 
Geastrum velutinum - Earth star fungi
by Dawn M. Radcliffe-Taylor APSNZ
[purchased October 2022]
 
 
 
 

Rex Studios

 
 
Rex Studios
State Theatre Buildings, 123 Gloucester Street, Christchurch
 
[purchased October 2022]
 
 

 


McGee Studios

 
 
McGee Studios
43 Egmont Street, New Plymouth
 
 Henry McGee


unknown couple
[purchased October 2022]

 
 
 
 

Girvan and Gill
 
 
 
 
Lawrence
about March 1887 to August 1887
 
The presence of a photographic studio in our midst supplies a want which has been felt here for a very long time. A temporary concern has been opened up in Peel-street, where pictures of all who wish to present themselves will be taken during the next few weeks. Judging from the specimen cards turned out by Messrs Girvan and Gill, they should not fail to give satisfaction.
Tuapeka Times, Volume XX, Issue 1336, 23 March 1887, Page 2
 
  

 
 
[purchased October 2022]
 

Badier, Phillip Charles

 



Phillip Charles Badier
Roxburgh
 
 
 

[purchased October 2022]
 

Mason and Noke

 
 
 
 
Mason and Noke
 1887
 
 
 
Tuapeka Times, Volume XX, Issue 1387, 17 September 1887, Page 2
 
 
 
[purchased October 2022]
 

[purchased October 2022]
 
 
 

 

Wilhelm I
born 22 March 1797 – died 9 March 1888, King of Prussia from 2 January 1861 and German Emperor from 18 January 1871 until his death in 1888. 
 photograph by H. Schnaebeli & Co.,  20 Unter den Linden, Berlin
 albumen cabinet card
 



Wilhelm I
born 22 March 1797 – died 9 March 1888, King of Prussia from 2 January 1861 and German Emperor from 18 January 1871 until his death in 1888. 
by E. Oertel's Kunst-Verlag [Art Publisher], Berlin
 albumen cabinet card
 
 
Wilhelm I
born 22 March 1797 – died 9 March 1888, King of Prussia from 2 January 1861 and German Emperor from 18 January 1871 until his death in 1888.

by W. Hoffert, Dresden, Leipzig, Carlsruhe, Chemnitz

 albumen carte-de-visite
 

Friedrich III
German Emperor, born 18 October 1831 – died 15 June 1888. He married Victoria, Princess Royal the eldest daughter of Queen Victoria.
photographed in the Neuen Palais on 9 June 1887
by Ottomar Anschutz, Lizza (Posen)
 albumen cabinet card

 

Friedrich III
German Emperor, born 18 October 1831 – died 15 June 1888. He married Victoria, Princess Royal the eldest daughter of Queen Victoria.
 by Mondel & Jacob, Court Photographers, Wiesbaden
 albumen cabinet card
 

Friedrich III
German Emperor, born 18 October 1831 – died 15 June 1888. He married Victoria, Princess Royal the eldest daughter of Queen Victoria.
by Reichard and Lindner, Berlin
 albumen carte-de-visite
 
 
Friedrich III
German Emperor, born 18 October 1831 – died 15 June 1888. He married Victoria, Princess Royal the eldest daughter of Queen Victoria.
  by Alexander Bassano, London
albumen cabinet card
 
 
 Victoria
Empress of Germany, Queen of Prussia, Princess Royal 
born 21 November 1840 – died 5 August 1901) 
The eldest child of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom and Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, and was created Princess Royal in 1841. She was the mother of Wilhelm II, German Emperor.
by Henry Knight, Regina House, Grand Parade, St Leonards on Sea and Arcade, Ryde, Isle of Wight.
albumen carte-de-visite

 
 Victoria
Empress of Germany, Queen of Prussia, Princess Royal 
born 21 November 1840 – died 5 August 1901) 
The eldest child of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom and Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, and was created Princess Royal in 1841. She was the mother of Wilhelm II, German Emperor.
  by Alexander Bassano, London
albumen cabinet card 
 
 Wilhelm II
 The last German Emperor, born 27 January 1859, died 4 June 1941
photographed in 1888 by Reichard and Lindner, 54/55 Unter den  Linden, Berlin
albumen cabinet card


 Wilhelm II
The last German Emperor, born 27 January 1859 - died 4 June 1941
photograph by C. Hansen, Hamburg
 albumen cabinet card

 
 
 

 Prince Friedrich Karl Nikolaus of Prussia
Born 20 March 1828 – died 15 June 1885 was the son of Prince Charles of Prussia (1801–1883) and his wife, Princess Marie of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach (1808–1877). Prince Friedrich Karl was a grandson of King Frederick William III of Prussia and a nephew of Frederick William IV and William I.  
by F. Jamrath and Sohn, Berlin
  albumen carte-de-visite

  
Otto Eduard Leopold von Bismarck-Schönhausen
Prince of Bismarck, Count of Bismarck-Schönhausen, Duke of Lauenburg
Born 1 April 1815 Schönhausen, Prussia, died 30 July 1898 Friedrichsruh, Germany aged 83
photograph by Loescher & Petsch, 29 March 1885
 albumen cabinet card
 
 
Otto Eduard Leopold von Bismarck-Schönhausen
Prince of Bismarck, Count of Bismarck-Schönhausen, Duke of Lauenburg
Born 1 April 1815 Schönhausen, Prussia, died 30 July 1898 Friedrichsruh, Germany aged 83
 by Loescher and Petsch, Berlin
albumen carte-de-visite
 
 
not identified
Reichard and Lindner, Berlin