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Ellen Louise McLeod photographs

documentary heritage
  • Other Id

    33868 (Presto content ID)

    PH-1995-15 (Reference Number)

    ACQ-1995-16 (Acquisition number)

    TR650 P376 Reserve (Library of Congress Call Number)

    PH-CNEG-C60695 (Copy negative number)

    PH-CNEG-C60696 (Copy negative number)

    PH-CNEG-C60697 (Copy negative number)

    PH-CNEG-C60698 (Copy negative number)

    PH-CNEG-C60699 (Copy negative number)

    19607 (DBTextworks system ID)

  • Department

Images and documents

Catalogue

  • Object Type
  • Name/Title
    Ellen Louise McLeod photographs
  • Primary Maker

     Enos Pegler (Photographer)

  • Date
    1890-1910
  • Level of Current Record
    Parent
  • Member Object

    22 items in this collection. View all items.

  • Subject Category
  • Provenance Details
    Donor's mother, Ellen Louise McLeod (Nelly) worked for Enos Pegler as a retoucher. Donor's mother was Ellen Louise (Nelly) McLeod.
  • Content
    1. Onehunga Council Chambers. [Exterior view]
    2. Transvaal volunteers. Departure of the Auckland Contingent. October 99 [ss Rotoiti]
    3. Welcome [home after Boer War], August 25, 99
    4. Onehunga Primary School, Standard 4A 1917
    5. Onehunga Primary School, Standard 6, 1919
    6. Grey Street, Onehunga [1895]
    7. [ss Daphne,Captain Fletcher with some of the crew and passengers on the bridge]
    8. Studio Group. S. Marks, E. Kitchen, N. McLeod, M. Adams, Mr Pegler
    9.[ Freemans Bay, Auckland. View from Ponsonby showing scows at Kauri Timber Company]
    10. Rawene, Hokianga [View from wharf]
    11. Onehunga Iron Works, 89
    12. Northern SS Coy. Gairlock, June 99
    13. [ss Rotoiti, 1899]
    14. [Onehunga Wharf, 1890 with ships Takapuna,Kanieri, etc]
    15. An .......... on the Manukau [barque Vucuna]
    16. [ss Wanaka 1886]
    17. Camping at the Manukau, January 98 [Waikowhai]
    18. New Plymouth Sugar Loaves from the Breakwater. October 97
    19. A.M.V. Hauturu at New Plymouth
    20.[Takapuna as she was on arrival from England at Onehunga]
    21. Hastings School, carte de visite
    22. Hastings School, carte de visite
    47 rolled prints.
  • Public Access Text

    Pegler's studio in Onehunga was taken over by Ashe and then became GM Studio. Nelly McLeod worked for Pegler as a retoucher.

  • Subject Notes
    Enos Peglar was born in Gloucestershire, England c1869 and came to New Zealand with his family on the Baron Aberdare in March 1875. His first studio appears to have been in Onehunga, but he also established outlets for photographic supplies in Auckland, Palmerston North and Taumarunui. He married Miss E. E. Oldham of Tuakau in 1892, and later moved to Palmerston North, then Papatoetoe in 1907. At the time of his death on 13 October 1938, he was living in Manurewa. He was a member of the New Zealand Bowling team that toured Great Britain in 1921 and wrote a book about the tour. A series of glass plate negatives (4-5592 to 4-5639), found under a house in Green Lane, appear to be by Pegler. See NZ Photo Goods Store J F Pegler, Onehunga, listed as exhibiting at the Auckland Industrial and Mining 1898.
    http://0-www.aucklandcity.govt.nz.www.elgar.govt.nz/dbtw-wpd/photographers/basic_search.htm
  • Copyright
    Collection contains multiple items - rights applied at item level
  • Credit Line
    Donated by Jean Wright, 1995.
  • Last Update
    03 Aug 2023

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