Mural on the wall of Maling and Company wholesale liquor store on the corner of Gloucester Street and Oxford Terrace.
Bridge of Remembrance.
From Beautiful Christchurch - a set of postcards containing 8 colour images and 8 black & white, published by Tanner Couch Ltd.
Coloured postcard of Fishing in the Avon river.
Heathcote Valley after snowfall looking onto back of school with maltworks and railway station on the left and Methodist Church in centre.
Mr H. McMillan dressed as Father Christmas getting into car on visit to Heathcote Valley School. Driver not identified.
Maidie (Madeline) Gimblett and Dorothy Gimblett playing in the snow in an orchard.
Peace procession making its way through Cathedral Square celebrating the end of the First World War.
Marie McMillan aged under 5 years old dressed as Red Cross Queen for the Heathcote Baby Queen Carnival, a fundraising event in aid of the Patriotic Fund during the First World War.
From left to right: James Turner, Bert Gimblett, Jack Beaumont, and Jack Salt in "Hillwood" orchard taking a smoko break with their dogs.
"Avonhead" homestead, built in 1853 of pug clay on the site of what is now Archdall Place. Thought to be the early home of Alice Witty, daughter of George Witty, MP for Riccarton.
Stan Deavoll holds the horse, and Mr Turner on the ladder. The windmill in the background pumped water to "Hillwood" Orchard. Mr Turner worked for William Gimblett when he left school, then for Will...
Bert Gimblett and James Turner forking hay into the cart where Jack Salt is standing. The paddock land is opposite the "Hillwood" orchard.
William Gimblett on his way to church. Taken on the front steps of "Hillwood" orchard.
View of homes in Heathcote Valley looking to Port Hills.
Small groups of people and a horse and trap on Sumner Beach during evening. View looking toward Cave Rock / Tuawera.
Sumner Head end of the Sumner Beach
Groups of people watching yachts sailing at Sumner Beach.
Looking north up Colombo Street towards Cathedral Square.
Colombo Street looking south towards Cathedral Square a sign for Woolworths visible.
Front gate to Gimblett's home, "Hillwood" on Bridle Path Road.
Bridle Path Road with gate to "Hillwood" orchard.
Flock of sheep on Bridle Path Road near Gimbletts going to Mt Pleasant shearing sheds
Front aspect of "Hillwood", after a snowfall and with only roof and trees visible. Home of the Gimblett family.