Graffiti on a wall in front of the University of Canterbury registry building.
View along Queenspark Drive on the Queenspark Estate during the final stages of its construction in Parklands.
Rewi Alley, New Zealand writer and political activist speaking with his close friend Father Fredrick McGuire.
Groups of children and young people playing table tennis and pool during the school holidays at the new Bishopdale Community Centre.
Group of young people playing pool at Bishopdale Community Centre as part of a holiday programme.
Jeffrey Harris, artist working on the Banks Peninsula, sat in a window with one of his oil on hardwood paintings of two people in a rural setting.
Close-up of a female bobcat, the new arrival at the Animals International Circus and Zoo.
Peter Hampton during a game of tennis against David Simmonds at the Rothmans inter-district tennis tournament at Wilding Park.
The amusement rides at the Industries Fair next to Canterbury Court at the Addington Show Grounds.
Children on the Ferris wheel at the Labour Day picnic in Linwood Park. Pictured are, from left, Deborah Bell, Mandy Crombie and Heidi Bell.
Joan Collett, Christchurch's pioneer industrial archaeologist with a map of Christchurch.
Exterior of Carlton Cellars and Canterbury Fried Chicken at 23 Papanui Road, Merivale.
Close-up of a large Christmas cake on a table with Christmas decorations.
A library customer, Dorothy Croucher, collecting books during a visit to the mobile library on Marshlands Road in Shirley.
Units on display at the General Foods showroom, Blenheim Road.
Cyril Atkinson with the Druids Friendly Society centennial celebration cake made by Jessie Harris.
Two men at the Addington Railway Workshops stood beneath a train engine next to a newly installed underfloor lathe, used to grind down locomotive wheels to their correct size.
A man with a pile of books at the North Canterbury Red Cross annual market to raise funds for meals-on-wheels and disaster relief teams.
View of a collapsed bank beneath the holiday home of surgeon, Pat Bay.
Auctioneer, Eric Robertson stood next to a sign on Worsley's Spur at the site of new suburb to be created, Westmorland.
Exterior of government built houses on Ferry Road in Woolston.
Close-up of privately issued pennies of Dunstable House. Dunstable House was the original name of Ballantynes and William Pratt owned it before he sold out to Ballantynes in 1882.
Clown John greeting children at the Starlets party at Christchurch Town Hall.
Branston Intermediate School students, (from left) Frank Stace, Karl Lineton, and Colin Weavers in their school hall attempting to beat the record for the longest recorded hop scotch marathon.