Mrs Elizabeth McCombs (centre), the first woman MP, during an election night radio broadcast outside the Warners Hotel in Cathedral Square. Pictured, from left, Henry Edmund Holland and D.G. Sullivan...
Panorama of staff of Blackwell Motors posing outside their building on the corner of Durham Street and Kilmore Street.
Cyclist racing along a cycle track on London Street, Richmond.
Demolition of old Antigua Street bridge over the Avon River.
View of Kilmore Street and Rolleston Avenue from the International Exhibition building looking east towards Cathedral Square and the coast.
View of the Christchurch City Council yard on the corner of Oxford Terrace and Worcester Street.
Mr James McCombs speaking at the opening of the new Woolston School.
Two men sit outside the front of the Sydenham Bowling club pavilion.
View along High Street towards buildings including Criterion House, with a Hansom cab in front.
View of Botanic Gardens along Rolleston Avenue with the Curator's House in the background. A Monkey Puzzle tree is in the foreground.
View of North West Cathedral Square of cars, trams, cyclists and pedestrians sharing the road. The Crystal Palace and The Grand Theatres are in the background.
Exterior of the New Zealand Government Tourist Office building in Cathedral Square. A man on a sulky is sat outside the office.
Band rotunda with clock tower.
Two New Zealand soldiers on leave in Cologne, Germany, after World War I. Shows uniformed men by the Rhine with the city in the background. Prominent are Cologne Cathedral and the Hohenzollern Bridge...
A group of council officials at a finance committee meeting in the Council Chambers with James McCombs as the chair.
Interior of the west wing of Lyttelton prison.
Royal Christchurch Musical Society performing Elijah at the Choral Hall.
Crowds in Cathedral Square starting to head home after watching a procession. Groups of people are shown gathered around waiting to board trams.
The first McKenzies store and staff in Dunedin which opened in 1910.
A crowd watching the Canterbury Jubilee procession on Armagh Street including a bullock team passing the Provincial Council Chambers.
Chapel at Lyttelton Prison.
The first female MP of New Zealand, Elizabeth R. McCombs, playing tennis at opening season at Woolston.
Newspaper clipping of the identified boy scouts from the flu epidemic. In the centre is Millian Patrick Sweeney, who is now 76, of Hereford Street, and on the right is John Neville Westgarth who is...