Avon River, near hospital, Christchurch N.Z. Maoriland Postcard series
This photo, dated c.1934, shows some district maids of the time lined up for their photo before doing their maypole dance. The location is the grounds of the big house in Mathers Road owned by Mr &...
Win and Arthur Cumming at their shop on the corner of Cranford Street and Berwick Street, St Albans
Mr James McCombs speaking at the opening of the new Woolston School.
A group of council officials at a finance committee meeting in the Council Chambers with James McCombs as the chair.
Crowds in Cathedral Square starting to head home after watching a procession. Groups of people are shown gathered around waiting to board trams.
View of North West Cathedral Square of cars, trams, cyclists and pedestrians sharing the road. The Crystal Palace and The Grand Theatres are in the background.
Mrs Elizabeth McCombs (centre), the first woman MP, during an election night radio broadcast outside the Warners Hotel in Cathedral Square. Pictured, from left, Henry Edmund Holland and D.G. Sullivan...
The first female MP of New Zealand, Elizabeth R. McCombs, playing tennis at opening season at Woolston.
View of Riccarton South from dehydration works chimney.
View of Riccarton North from dehydration works chimney showing railway lines.
This is Otto Gustav Rosenau and small Gordon Ogilvie. Christchurch author) Gordon is a small boy on the families orchard in Horotane valley. This photo depicts an encounter with someone who had...
Entrance gates of Avonside Girls High School in 1935. From the collection of Mrs B.W Newman. Oldest old Girl of AGHS
Photo of Avonside Girls High School class photo of 1934-1935. From the collection of Mrs B.W Newman. Oldest old Girl of AGHS
Lord Cochran of Cults, one of the leading agriculturalists and dairy farmers in Great Britain is visiting the Dominion. He is shown here with his wife.
Keelung in Lyttelton.
Street photo of a man in central Christchurch
My grandparents out for a country drive. A picture was taken to show-case my grandmother's new fox fur. The event ended with a picnic and a slow drive home.
Alan and Dot at Cust
Alan and Dot travelled from Christchurch to Picton on honeymoon
Avonside High School Old Girls Tramping Club at the Sign of the Kiwi. (Mary Walter third from left.) From the number of photos they were a very active group - Port Hills, Akaroa,
My grandmother, Edith Gibbens, and my mother, Renee, in Cathedral Square, Christchurch.