Peace, a sculpture by Llew Summers being moved from the quadrangle of the Arts Centre.
Exterior of the Zealandia Milling Company Limited mill on Hazeldean Road, Addington.
George Thompson, the last serving Christchurch Fire Bridge firefighter to attend the Ballantynes Fire in 1947.
A detective and a post office official examine an exploded postal box at the Walker Street post office.
The Walker Street post office where a bomb was placed in the postal box.
Interior hallway of Mary's Mount rest home on Summit Road on the Cashmere Hills shortly prior to being privately sold at auction.
Exterior of Mary's Mount rest home on Summit Road on the Cashmere Hills shortly prior to being privately sold at auction.
The Canterbury Aged Peoples Welfare Council centre at 112 Matipo Street in Addington.
Nan Williams and Archie Ross, long serving staff members, at work at the Kaiapoi Woollen Mill.
Exterior of the Kaiapoi Woollen Mill buildings in Kaiapoi shortly before its closure.
Long service employees of Kaiapoi Woollen Mills. Pictured are, from left, Miss N. Wright, Mrs F. Wyatt, Mr E. Raudsepp, Mr M. G. Jackson, Miss M. McQuillan, Mr H. Moody, Mr D. G. Ashley, Mr M. B...
A crayfish pot being emptied on-board a crayfishing boat.
North Christchurch Jaycees, some on scaffolding, painting the exterior of Waimairi County Council Community Services Centre on Main North Road.
Group of men working to remove a car partially submerged in water following a burst water main on Chester Street.
Close-ups of an electrical switch range from the PDL Group created for the export market, largely South East Asia, including shaver sockets and switch accessories.
New Zealand Motorcycle Speedway rider, Ivan Mauger, practicing on his home track at Templeton ahead of competing in the world champions series.
Constable Anna Fidow on patrol in Cathedral Square. Members of the public are visible in the square in the background.
Exterior of Mason Struthers & Co. Ltd E. Reece Ltd store on the corner of Colombo Street and Litchfield Street during their closing down sale. Cars, pedestrians and cyclists are in the foreground at...
Mrs Joan Moon of the Canterbury Potters Club with customers and a range of clay pots at the pottery stall at the "Hoonanza" organised by the Christchurch South Rotary Club.
Kay Stewart, artist, with her Beagle, Henry, surrounded by her sketches of old Christchurch buildings ahead of an exhibition at the Canterbury Society of Arts.
Mrs Vera Sinclair and Mr Angus Kennedy in period costume next to a model of the Golden Nugget Hotel/Shantytown hotel to be featured in the Sydenham historical display during centennial celebrations.
Staff from Haywrights in Sydenham dressed in period costume walking down a main street as s part of the centennial celebrations in Sydenham.
A cat named Snowy and a magpie bird sat in the cab of a van behind the Supreme Court on Durham Street.
Close-up of Bonventura Polly Perking, a British blue cat and winner of the best short haired award at the Canterbury All Breeds cat show. The cat is owned by Mrs L. R. Rains of Papanui.