1986 Christchurch Star photographs

Images from the Star copy prints collection, 1986.

Image credit: Advertising billboards on the corner of Colombo Street and Carlyle Street on the railway overbridge, Sydenham. CCL-StarP-00029A.

The collection was a working photograph library used in the production of the newspaper.
Many of the prints have crop marks, and on the reverse, publication dates, and newspaper captions or articles.
This digitised collection contains a sample of material from the extensive collection, and more digitised images will be added over time.
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1986 Christchurch Star photographs
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"Humphrey" the Skeleton at Bromley Primary School"

"Students from Bromley Primary School posing with "Humphrey" the model skeleton and Red Cross Society tutor Nurse Mrs Anne Slaughter. The children are participating in a Red Cross community education...

Anzac Day dawn service in Cathedral Square

The official party at the Anzac Day dawn service at the Citizens War Memorial in Cathedral Square next to ChristChurch Cathedral. Pictured left is Mayor Hamish Hay and his wife along with military...

Anzac Day dawn service in Cathedral Square

Leader of the sea cadet guard, Tonya Robins, standing in rest-on-arms reverse position at the Citizens War Memorial in Cathedral Square during the Anzac Day dawn service next to ChristChurch Cathedral...

Association of Anglican Women, members

Association of Anglican Women members outside ChristChurch Cathedral celebrating 100 year anniversary, originally named Mother's Union. From left, Mrs Grace Branthwaite, Mrs Rosemary Atkins, Mrs...