Photograph album held by Carl Andreas (1848-1907) and his wife Anne (1846 - 1936) and their descendants. Carl and Anne emigrated from Norway to New Zealand on the 'Celaeno' in 1871. They were allocated 40 acres of land at Awapuni before soon moving to Stoney Creek (now Whakarongo) near Palmerston North. Biographical details of the family can be found in "Mosquitoes & Sawdust: A History of Scandinavians in Early Palmerston North", by Val Burr - held in the Palmerston North City Library. Image details: Page 2 - Photographer F W Bunting, Palmerston North Page 3 - Thought to be Whilhelmina Dammler. Photograher Charles Mariboe, Palmerston North Page 4 - Thought to be Kari and Torkel Gundersen. Photographer C. H. Harris, Palmerston North Page 5 - Thought to be Kari and Torkel Gundersen. Page 6 - Photographer Atwood & Co, Palmerston North. Page 7 - Perhaps the same child as in family group on page 6. Photographer Henderson, Dannevirke. Page 8 - Carl August and Karen Bergesen. Photographer G. W Shailer, Palmerston North. Page 9 - Carl August and Karen Bergesen. Page 10 - Photographer J Maseman. Page 11 - Photographer Geo Steventon, Dannevirke. Page 12 - Photographer F W Mason, Dannevirke. Page 14 - Photographer Weight, Dannevirke. Page 16 - Photographer R Olliver, Rembrandt Photo Coy. Dannevirke Page 18 - Photographer Oscar Weight, Dannevirke. Page 21 - Chas Sorrell Dickens Street, Napier. Page 23 - Burton Brothers Page 24 - Photographer Winzenberg, Masterton. Page 25: Top left: Photographer G W Shailer, Palmerston North. Bottom left: Photographer H G Collinson, Palmerston North Page 26: Top left: Thought to be Nils and Bertha Pedersen. Top right: Thought to be Anders and Martha Ihle. All photographs by G W Shailer, Palmerston North. Page 27: Photographer G W Shailer, Palmerston North. Page 28: Top right: Photographer G W Shailer, Palmerston North. Bottom right: Photographer J R McElwain.