McCusker, Gordon

Gordon McCusker

born 21 June 1892 Blenheim, son of  Helen Mary Fiven and Arthur John McCusker, photographer,  died 5 June 1966 Blenheim reg. 1966/29588, buried 8 June 1966 Omaka Cemetery, Blenheim, block 44, plot 10, married at St. Frances Church, Island Bay, Wellington, 30 November, 1920, by the Rev. Father Devoy, Ada Kate Griffith, fourth daughter of Mr and Mrs J. W. Griffith, of Island Bay, Wellington.

 McCuster — Griffith:— At St. Frances Church, Island Bay, on the 30th November, 1920, by the Rev. Father Devoy: Gordon, second son of Mr A. J. McCusker, to Ada Kate, fourth daughter of Mr and Mrs J. W. Griffith, of Island Bay, Wellington.
Marlborough Express, Volume LIV, Issue 299, 15 December 1920


Evening Post, Volume CXIX, Issue 41, 18 February 1935

 Hazel and Ellis Readen, Havelock North 
by Gordon McCusker

Member of the Professional Photographers' Association - 1948 and 1950

Officers Elected
Professional Photographers' Association

P.A. Napier. Sept. 17.
Officers were elected at the annual conference of the New Zealand Professional Photographers’ Association yesterday as under: — Patron, Mr H. E. Gaze (Hamilton); president, Mr J. Swainson (New Plymouth); senior vice-president, Mr A. J. Campbell (Invercargill); junior vice-president; Mr B. Hobday (Feilding); executive— Mr A. Moore, Miss A. Harper, Mrs D. A. Hall (Auckland), Mr P. J. Jauncey. Mr G. Perry, Miss M. Tustin, Mrs A. McKelvie (Wellington), Mr H. Charteris (New Plymouth). Mr J. Kilminster (Stratford), Mr H. Cross (Masterton), Mr P. Hurst (Napier), Mr J. S. N. Potts (Dannevirke), Mr L. K. Neal (Palmerston North), Mr J. C. Ring, Mr S. Webb (Canterbruy), Mr A. R. Kingsford (Nelson), Mr W. E. Johnson (Invercargill), Mr G. McCusker (Blenheim), Mr E. A. Phillips (Dunedin).

Otago Daily Times, Issue 26880, 18 September 1948

Officers Elected

Professional Photographers
Delegates to the annual conference of the New Zealand Professional Photographers’ Association, which is meeting in Dunedin, attended a trade display in the RSA Hall yesterday morning. In the afternoon the visiting delegates were taken on a trip to the Otago Peninsula. The following office-bearers have been elected: — Patron, Mr A. G. Gaze (Hamilton) president, Mr B. Hobday (Feilding); immediate past president, Mr A. J. Campbell (Invercargill): senior vice-president, Mr K. Neal (Palmerston North); junior vice-president, Mr A. R. Kingsford (Nelson); secretary. Miss A. Vinsen (Christchurch); council Mrs Lovell Smith (Hastings), Miss A. Harper (Auckland), and Messrs A. Moore (Auckland), E. Hinton (Pukekohe), A. Low (Gisborne), N. W. Squire (New Plymouth), B. A. L. Desranges (Te Kuiti), M. L. Lampe (Wanganui), H. Cross (Masterton) P. H. Janucey, G. Perry, F. A. Marriott (Wellington), G. C. Wood (Nelson), G. McCusker (Blenheim), C. Ring, S. Waters (Christchurch), M. Kershaw (Dunedin), A. Kelly (Gore).

Otago Daily Times, Issue 27500, 21 September 1950
Wairau Cricket Club - Winners Marlborough Senior Championship, 1938-39
back row - C. O'Sullivan, G. Bonsall, H. Bougen, A. Cresswell
second row - W. G. Cresswell Pres., N. Avery, A. Barratt Vice-Capt., V. Garrod Capt., S. Marka, H. Horton Coach
In front - T. O'Sullivan
 by Gordon McCusker, Blenheim, purchased December 2021.

Ann Gibbs and Herick Timms
by Gordon McCusker 

 "Best Wishes 1936-1937
from Norma"
"Parents Ruby and Clem Eden"
 by Gordon McCusker 

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