American roller skaters, Eddie Perales, Bill Madigan, Doug Eley, Judy Nance and their New Zealand manager G. S. Bright, arriving at Christchurch Airport.
The Kanieri Dredge working on the Taramakau River.
Arahura dredge on the Arahura River, Hokitika, Westland.
The bucket line of the Kanieri dredge working in the swamp at Taramakau near Kumara on the West Coast.
Technical service engineer, B. Frawley, inspects electric range components at the Scott Brothers Limited factory.
An operator at Andrews and Beaven Limited makes and adjustment during the machining of a vibratory roller.
Mr W. Brynly Keith showing New Zealand Professional Photographers' Association school of photography students how to pose a bride for formal photographs at Heatherlea.
Les Gilsenan from Inangahua chopping in the jigger board chop at the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Association Show.
A 1916 tractor leading a procession of tractors on Armagh Street as part of the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Association Show.
An aerial view of the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Association Show at Addington Show Grounds.
Doug Wilson, Canterbury Rugby League Board of Control chairman, points out the new show grounds embankments to Ivon Doak, the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Association ground manager.
Avonside Girls' High School students examine the "This Advancing Canterbury" photomural exhibition by White's Aviation Limited at the Christchurch Star building in Kilmore Street.
View of Fort Jervois, Ripapa Island just off the Banks Peninsula near Diamond Harbour.
The Art Handicraft building at Addington Show Grounds being relocated to another section of the grounds as part of general improvement works.
View of the attractions at the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Association Show at Addington showgrounds.
The Ferris wheel at the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Association Show at Addington showgrounds.
The Gough, Gough and Hamer display at the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Association Show at Addington showgrounds.
Murray Thacker and the Bullock team from Okains Bay making its way along Armagh Street for the Agricultural and Pastoral Association's centennial show procession.
View of Christchurch Star offices on Kilmore Street seen from Oxford Terrace.
Punters placing their bets.
Planning and milling machine at Scott Brothers Limited on Manchester Street
Robin Adams operating a Turner fleshing machine for removing surplus flesh from bobby calf skins.
An employee quality checks animal skins prior to shipment.
Sheepskins being pegged to perforated zinc for drying in a drying room.