My grandmother and her friends having fun at their holiday house at Kairaki Beach. Five photos from a photograph album. My grandmother Eva Grace Dutch who married Charles Edwin Featherstone. The main...
View of Cathedral Square from the tower of ChristChurch Cathedral. The Post Office Building is in the square looking South East towards South Hagley Park.
View from behind ChristChurch Cathedral looking east along Worcester Street towards Manchester Street. The Trinity Congregational Church is to the left with St Pauls Presbyterian Church to the right...
View from ChristChurch Cathedral of Hereford Street and High Street. Cashel Street is visible half-way down High Street with the Port Hills in the background.
View of Colombo Street looking south from Cathedral Square. Taken from ChristChurch Cathedral.
View from ChristChurch Cathedral down Colombo Street looking south from Cathedral Square towards the Port Hills.
Provincial Council Buildings seen from intersection of Armagh and Durham streets.
Looking across the swollen river to the Canterbury Provincial Council buildings. Seen are the Provincial Council chamber and Bellamy's.
Provincial Council Buildings seen from Armagh and Durham street intersection.
View of the intersection of High Street and Cashel Street with horse and carts parked in the centre. The spire of ChristChurch Cathedral is visible on the left.
View of Cathedral Square towards Warners Hotel with Hansom cabs in the foreground.
View of Tattersall's Horse Bazaar at 156 Cashel Street.
View of crowds gathered in Cathedral Square looking South West towards the Post Office building and the Godley Statue during a demonstration for West Coast Railway. The United Service Hotel is under...
ChristChurch Cathedral spire being replaced after an earthquake in 1888.
Aitken & Roberts. Picture of business (ironmongers) Lichfield Street, Christchurch. Who also was the owner of Maesbury in New Brighton Road.
Photograph of an original SARGOOD, SON & EWEN 1886 calendar.
Francis Dutch (of Dutch & Bull Photography, Albion Studio, 113 Victoria Street) photographed in the Square, 1887 - 95. United Services Hotel in the background.
The family of Mary and William Thompson. Back row: Rachel, Richard, Hamilton, William, Adolphus, Isaac Middle row: William M, Georgina, Ernest, Lottie (Mary Elizabeth) ,GrM Mary Photo taken by...
My grandmothr, Maude Chisnall. Born 12 October 1885.
Mary Ann Taylor (my great-grandmother). She married Alfred Chisnall in 1882.
A lighthouse and keepers cottage was erected in the early 1860's, constructed with locally quarried stone. It first displayed its light in early 1865. Access to the light was initially by way of a...
Riccarton Hotel (Nancy's pub).
Edith Askin, nee Mulcock, daughter of Edward and Thirza Mulcock, Peveral Place, Mulcocks Rd, Flaxton.