The opening of St. John's Tamatera Church on Thursday, May 26, 1932. The inset is Rihitoto Mataia Nicholls through whose generosity the erection of the church was made possible.
Waihi Entertainers of the Thirties - Black and White Minstrels
Back Row: 1. ? 2. Muriel Spiers 3. Stan Callahan 4. J.J. Callahan 5. Clive Horsup 6. Ollie Sorrensen 7. Nat Mounsey 8. ? 9. Dixie Dunstan 10. Joe Mannix 11.? 12. Roy Johns 13. Dick Walsh ???
2nd Row: 1. W. Wotherspoon 2. Harry Armour 3. ? 4. Winnie McLeay 5. Mrs C. Dunstan 7. Bob Caundle - - 10. Dan McPherson (Interlocutor) 17. Bob Irvin. ? ? ?
The Buchanan Family off to Whangamata - 1924
The Casely Family – Karangahake - 1913
Back Row: Myrtle, Caroline, Richard, Tom, Violet, Bill, Ivy.
2nd Row: Jim, Mrs Casely, Mr Casely, Florence, Vivian.
Front: Ruby (baby), Pearl, Mary, Sam.
Post Card - from series published by D. Leach
(Waihi, 1901-1931) (See Journal 3-p. 8-11)
The late Dan McPherson
1st President Waihi Historical Society
Dave Leach, Stationer Ironmonger
From left - Traveller, Rose Deverell with Bill, Mrs Leach with Frances, Mr D. Leach
First Leasehold Cottages at Waihi Beach
The Homestead at Wires from top of Pinnacle.
Kingsford Smith in Southern Cross landing on the sand at the Ford below Athenree, 1937
Leach Family – Paeroa 1926
Bill, Mr Leach, David, Mrs Leach, Joan, Frances
Willie Christie at Maoriland Battery - Waitekauri
The McAndrew Home Puke Rd., Paeroa
Mr & Mrs Len Buchanan and Charlie Marshall on top of Pinnacle
Nell Climie (Retiring Ed. Journal) receiving Address from Rev. L. Rogers who inspired Foundation, and was Paeroa's 1st President
The New Mill at Wires, 1922
The Old Mill and Dam
To Nellie Scott Climie BEM
Waihi Beach today - Summer Holiday
The Wires Pinnacle