Golfers participating in the Christchurch Garden City Classic golf tournament at Russley golf course with some featuring the spectators. Frame one features Australian golf professional Kel Nagle.
Action of a youth softball game of both male and female batters hitting the ball in Hagley Park.
Cultural event Sinterklaas and the Black Peters (Zwarte Piet) parade in central Christchurch by the Avon River.
Groups of youth inside a main hall at a youth camp. Frame one is of the exterior of the building.
Groups of youth inside a main hall including close-ups of those playing the guitar at a youth camp. Frames five and six is of the exterior of the building.
Groups of youth inside a main hall singing and playing the guitar at a youth camp.
A group of young people meeting the Mayor of Christchurch, Mr A. R. Guthrey. The group will be working overseas as part of the Volunteer Service Abroad scheme.
Miss Mary Mason, a bank teller at the Canterbury Savings Bank, polishing the yachting One Ton Cup which was won by the New Zealand yachting team.
A group of children from St Andrew's College rehearsing their carol singing prior to performing at the annual Christchurch Harmonic Choir event. On the left is Mr Clifton Cook, music master at St...
Kel Nagle with his golfing partner Tony Magan participating in the Christchurch Garden City Classic golf tournament at Russley golf course with spectators in the background.
Exterior of stables buildings on a patch of land in Hornby, the proposed site of the new Springmead village, a sub-division with new housing.
A group of Paparua Prison officers receiving long service awards. Pictured are, from left, P. J. Anstinss, Dr J. L. Robson (Secretary of Justice), J. O. Cruse (Deputy-Superintendent), J. Dynes, A. V...
A group of travel agents from Hong Kong on a visit to Christchurch. Pictured are, from left, Miss D. Kong, Mrs M. Sloan, Mrs N. Manhao and Miss J. Chan.
Portrait of Miss Barbara MacIntyre, formerly of Timaru and accommodation manager at the Hotel Australia in Melbourne.
Mr Gary Bagot, Canterbury Education Board's artist technician working on his model of Captain Cook's Endeavour at the Canterbury Museum.
M. A. Smulders, a director of the Christchurch Home Bakery, Ltd., with the overflow of cartons of cakes which are unable to be shipped north due to the folding of the company based on Phillips Street...
Interior of the empty bakery of Christchurch Home Bakery Ltd on Phillips Street in Linwood following the company folding.
View of the new tourist electric powered vehicle, nicknamed 'The toast rack' taking Christchurch City Council officials on a trial run around the Botanic Gardens.
Mrs W. L. Haggitt, left, principal of the Kindergarten College, and student teacher Miss J. Polkinghorne with some of the work completed by student teachers during their training.
Mr John McGovernin and his wife Mrs Ann McGovernin at Nazareth House during celebrations for their golden wedding anniversary.
A large group of children from Christchurch orphanages at a Christmas banquet event aboard the inter-island steamer, Māori, at Lyttelton Harbour. The event was organised and paid for by the crew of...
Typist, Jill Turner, from the Bank of New South Wales with Christmas presents from Hereford Street branch bank staff. The presents are to be distributed by the Intellectually Handicapped Children's...
Mr John Deans, grandson of pioneer John Deans, in front of the oldest exotic tree in Canterbury. The pear tree was planted in 1846 and grows in Deans Bush in Riccarton.
A group of three girls from the Skellerup Militaries senior marching team, with a parking meter on High Street. The girls were employed to patrol metered areas to allow free parking for Christmas...