Views of Dave Bickers on his motorbike at Papanui.
Views of resuscitation lessons at Sockburn Park Swimming Centre. Pictured in frame 3 is K.N. Karkin.
Views of a collision between two cars and a truck on the intersection of Colombo and Salisbury streets.
Portraits of Catholic priest, Father J. Kortooms.
Views of repair work on Barbadoes Street.
Views of the New Zealand pairs bowling championship. Pictured in frame 3 are Wally Wilkinson, Harold Hartley and Bob McDonald.
Views of the tour vehicle in the Botanical Gardens.
Views of a demonstration at the Christchurch Central Fire Station.
Views of the national singles bowls championship at Shirley. Pictured in frame 3 is Gordon Jolly and in frame 4 are Phil Skoglund and Gordon Jolly.
Mr M. J. Hayes working on restoration of a vintage 1866 fire engine outside his home in Vernon Terrace, Hillsborough. The engine is due to go on display at the Fairlie new year carnival.
Views of Mount Peel homestead. Pictured in frame 3 are Lady Acland and her grandchildren, Jessica, Paul and John.
Views of Antarctica visitors, astronaut, David Scott, and Eberhard Rees, America's National Aeronautics and Space Administration, representative.
Views of bowling match at Shirley. Pictured in frame 3 is Gordon Jolly.
Views of Sally and David Johnston.
Views of pupils at Windsor Primary School.
Views of Spencer Park surf life saving club members. Pictured in frame 3 are I. Graham, J.W. Chilton, B. O'Loughlin and A.R. Gallagher.
Mr Art Shepherd calling out dance move instructions to dancers at the square dance summer camp at Lincoln College.
Views of J. Paranihi with twin girls, Leone Yvonne and Robert Kume.
Portraits of Lorna MacLeod.
National servicemen at King Edward Barracks. Pictured in frame 3 is Staff-Sergeant W. Hanlin.
Portraits of Stefan Norman Hatipov, with a bandage on his side, following an incident in central Christchurch where he was stabbed.
Views of Graeme Silvester, secretary of the Canterbury Lifesaving Association with daughter, Jane.
Views of Susan Hunter.
Views of lifeboat crew searching for Paul Anthony Lanyon at Sumner.