Conservation Week display in the window of Andrew Lees Limited at 226 High Street near the intersection with Cashel Street.
Fire prevention officer, J. F. Hegarty inspecting the fire damage following a fatal explosion at Verkerks Butchery at 196 Armagh Street.
Employees of Verkerks Butchery, Stephen Katsaras (left), Andrew Edwards and Vincent Tikao, clean up after a fatal explosion at their site at 196 Armagh Street.
Firefighters attending to an explosion at Verkerks Butchers at 196 Armagh Street on the corner with Manchester Street.
The Christchurch Teachers College television unit filming a home economics class at Heaton Intermediate School.
S.R. Gerrand, Christchurch Teachers College television unit producer (left) during the filming of a home economics class at Heaton Intermediate School.
Teachers College students, from left, Lesley Muirhead, Lyndsey Mann, Lynne Thomas, Gerald McRae, Suzy McRae and Lynley Burnell at Christchurch Airport ahead of their flight to Australia for a field...
Christchurch Teachers College cheerleaders at a basketball match against Dunedin Teachers College at Cowles Stadium.
Aftermath of explosion in the booster section of of the Christchurch Gas Company gas works.
Students listening to record players in the University of Canterbury library. Pictured are Richard Charteris, Richard Percival and Douglas Paterson.
The University of Canterbury School of Music under construction at Ilam.
The University of Cantebury's new council room at Ilam.
The James Hight library building at the University of Canterbury.
The registry building at the University of Canterbury, Ilam.
Car transport truck used by Car Haulaways (NZ) Limited.
James Price, 7, in the lucky dip at the 1974 Agricultural and Pastoral Association Show.
View of a 21 gun salute at Hagley Park in front of a crowd for the Queen's Birthday celebrations.
View of Heathcote River near the tunnel road bridge with debris in the river caused by recent high tides and large waves.
Dennis Laing examines damage to the Shoreline restaurant caused by a driftwood log which crashed through the wall during high tides and large waves.
Workers inspecting trenches at New Brighton caused by high tides.
Ron Buxton, wife Beverley and mother in law, Hazel Sullivan (centre), working to remove buckets of water from around their caravan at the flooded Spencer Park motor camp.
Barry Seymour, contractor, next to a temporary bailey bridge over the Wairarapa Stream on Fendalton Road.
Damaged traffic lights on the centre of Blenheim Road and Matipo Street intersection in Riccarton.
Mr Philpott and Elizabeth Kennedy test the brakes of a pram at the Consumers' Institute at 482 Tuam Street.