Female volunteer firefighters at Brunner rolling out a hose. Pictured left is Nancy Wylie.
Nancy Wylie, of the Brunner volunteer firefighters driving a fire engine.
N.G. Pickering (right), B. A. Hyland and T. Jack (rear) inspect a parade of firefighter recruits during their passing out parade at the Central Fire Station at 200 Kilmore Street.
The south east view of the Ashburton gas works.
A gaspipe crossing the Heathcote River on Ashgrove Terrace.
Concrete being poured for the University of Canterbury library building at Ilam.
The Middle sanatorium at Cashmere's tuberculosis hospital.
Loreto College students singing at Northlands.
Lecturer at Christchurch Teachers College, J. Harvest (left), joining a drama performance with second year kindergarten student teachers.
Five of the six finalists for the 1970 Christchurch Miss Teachers' College contest. Pictured are Rear (from left) Marie Tracey, Colleen Pogmore and Sharon Johnston. In front: Heather Brown (left) and...
Gymnastics display at the secondary division of Christchurch Teachers College in Ilam.
A police officer with a lost child at the 1970 Agricultural and Pastoral Association Show.
Jaycees collecting bottles to fundraise money for Tibetan refugees.
Christchurch Teachers College with a wagon in Hagley Park advertising the upcoming performance of Mother Courage.
M. Hodgekinson, Y. Smith, M. Turnbull and F. Holland in the Shrove Tuesday pancake race at New Brighton.
Interior of a passage at Fort Jervois, Ripapa Island just off the Banks Peninsula near Diamond Harbour.
The Minister of Overseas Trade, Mr Talboys, examines a lambskin pelt at Marguerite Leatherware in New Brighton with managing director, Mr B. Sligh, the Mayor, Mr H. Hay and MP for Avon, Mrs M...
Tahu Hopkinson talking to Don Grady at a burnt whitebaiter's hut on the Ashley River in Canterbury.
Showroom at Robert McLean Ltd automotive electrical engineers at 29 Victoria Street in central Christchurch.
Mr Don Mitchell, a sales representative for Skellerup Clothing and Rubber Ltd, modelling a parka which was the first item of clothing to win the NZ Industrial Design Council award. Stood next to...
View of the Christchurch Children's Orchestra with recorder players and the conductor in the foreground at Cowles Stadium.
A group of children from St Albans Primary School participating in the school choir on the school grounds. The choir is conducted by Mrs Diane Parsons.
Students from Casebrook Intermediate School performing their own operetta, "Listen to the Wind". Students are, from left, Ian Palfrey, Sandra Rassmussen, Kenneth Clark, Andrew Gregor, Alistair...
A group of girls at Christchurch Airport wearing costumes from the American film "Airport". The girls are, from left, Carol Russell, Marion Russell, Pat Henderson, Lynda Sweet, Jocelyn Smith, Marlene...