A group of workers (including one woman) outside a building thought to be Lewis and Coutts Timber yard. From left to right: Unknown, Fred Coutts, Jack Ruddick, Pat Cater, unknown, unknown, Amanda Allen, Jack Drury, unknown, unknown, unknown.
Ben Coutts at Lewis & Coutts Sawmill.
The Anglican Church, Ashhurst, c. 1910.
The interior of the old St. Peters Church, Ruahine Street, Palmerston North.
Lewis and Coutts Timber Merchants, Sash and Door Factory, Church Street, c. 1920.
The memorial service held in Ashhurst for King Edward VII who died 6 May 1910. The house on right was later 158 Cambridge Avenue, Ashhurst.
Ben and Fred Coutts seen here in front of Charles and Lillian Coutt's house, 9 McGiffert Street, c. 1920.
Fred and Ben Coutts seen here in front of the Coutts Timber Merchants Sash and Door Factory premises, c. 1930.
Lewis and Coutts Sash and Door Factory was on Church Street. The person carving is thought to be Ben Coutts.
A man standing beside his car at the Woodville end of the Manawatū Gorge. One of the "twin tunnels" can be seen as well as the Ballance Bridge.
Bill and Grace Coutts standing at the Ashhurst end of the Manawatū Gorge.
Thomas Moore owned Waimarama, 46 Alfred street, Palmerston North. He was married to Elizabeth Gretchen Moore (nee Kuhtze).
Waimarama, 46 Alfred Street, Palmerston North was the home of Mr and Mrs Thomas R. Moore. Mrs Moore was Gretchen Kuhtze.
Group being filmed. This may have been taken in Hollywood as Hollywood has been written on the bottom of the image.
Waimarama billiard room around 1925. Ben Coutts (left) and T. R. (Tommy) Moore (right) playing game of "chinaman."
The interior of the old St. Peter's Church, Ruahine Street, Palmerston North.
Woman standing beside a cannon, one of two bought to Palmerston North in 1909, being surplus equipment of the Defence Department. Both cannons were removed and scrapped during the 1940s.
Trucks outside building.
Employees of Palmerston North Sash and Door Co. Ltd., Albert Street, Palmerston North, about 1902. Back row: Fourth from the left - Archie Martin (woodcarver) Second row from the back: Unknown, Fairhead (joiner - father-in-law of Sollit), Rod Boysen (wood turner), 5 unknown individuals, Fred Kuhtze. Left slightly in front of second row from back: Ben Kuhtze (wood carver). Far left: Dave Anderson (engineer in charge) Second row from front from left: Charlie Erenstrom (boiler-fireman), Otto Tiller (drove planing mill), 8 unknown individuals, Gustaferson Front row seated: Eckstedt (father of Aavard, the golfer), 2 unknown individuals, Howe (had early steam car - wrecked on Mt. Stewart), Olaf Moller (Manager), unknown, Will Lewis (foreman) Front row on ground: 4 unknown individuals, (Albert Jackson?).
A view of Waimarama, 46 Alfred Street, Palmerston North from the front lawn. Woman thought to be Elizabeth Moore, wife of Thomas Moore.
Thomas R. Moore and his wife Elizabeth Gretchen Moore (nee Kuhtze) photographed on 3 December 1916 in front of their home Waimarama.
Group sitting on logs, possibly at Lewis and Coutts Timber yard. From left to right: Unknown, Fred Coutts, Jack Ruddick, Pat Cater, unknown, unknown, Amanda Allen, Jack Drury, unknown, unknown, unknown.
A view of Waimarama, 46 Alfred Street, taken from the driveway, 12 May 1918.
Elizabeth Gretchen Moore was married to Thomas Richard Moore and they lived at Waimarama 46 Alfred Street Palmerston North.
Lewis and Coutts Timberyard was on the corner of Cook and Church Streets. You can also see Lewis and Coutts Timber Merchants, Sash and Door Factory. If travelling down Church Street these two businesses were the only ones between Cook and McGiffert Street, c. 1920.
Drawing room of Waimarama, 46 Alfred Street, Palmerston North in the 1920's or 30's.
Bullock team "Waimarama", Hawkes Bay c. 1890's.
"Waimarama" homestead, Hawkes Bay, 1888.
This photo of Waimarama is thought to have been taken 1914/1915. The gravel driveway to the front door has not yet been made nor the gardens developed as in later photos.
A group of men and boys from St. Peters Anglican Church, Palmerston North, c. 1910. Back row: Red Boysen, J. H. Nash, H. Burbush, H. S. Porteous, Bill Coutts, A. Fox, J. Allen, C. Page. Middle row: A. Worsfold, Ben Coutts, Rev. E. W. Davidson, W. H. Lewis, Fred Coutts, Charles Coutts. Front row: R. Worsfold, E. Levien, P. Levien, Max Coutts.