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The origins of the Owaka Museum Collection can be traced back to John Logan (1877-1963) and while not all of the items are on display a large part of the collection can be viewed by visiting NZMuseums on line.
Included in the collection is a wide variety of items relating to the social and natural history of the area. The museum is the home of the Lockerbie archaeological collection of Maori taonga as well as a number of smaller collections that focus on oral history, photography and textiles. It is this material, along with other objects and documentation relating to the area that provides us with a valuable resource for our exhibition programme as well as those exploring their family history.
If you have any queries about information that is held in our collections please contact us prior to a visit and or fill out a request form and send it to us so that we can advise as to what options are available to you and any fees or charges that may apply.
Many of the photographs held in the collection have been digitised and are available for use. If you wish to order a photograph please contact us or fill out a request form and send it to us.
Details are being sought by M & A McPhee who are compiling information about Catlins Men who served in World War I. If you have any recollections or Photographs of these men please contact us.