A graph showing the annual alcohol consumption in New Zealand from 1882-1976.
Members of the Christian Worker Movement protesting against property speculators outside the entrance to the Christchurch Town Hall.
Assembler Maureen Flattery-Donohoe checking printed componentry at the Tait Electronics production unit.
Exterior of the Dunlop New Zealand Ltd tyre factory in Woolston.
Exterior and signage of the Portstone restaurant, Woolston.
Mr D. Lublow, civil and naval tailor, sat in his London Street store in Lyttelton next to a traditional Singer sewing machine prior to the closure of his shop after five generations.
Knitting machine being operated at the Lane Walker Rudkin Industries Ltd factory. The knitting machine can do approx. 1600 rows per minute.
Denise King, cabinet maker, in the workshop at Howard Smith Ltd celebrating an award following the completion of her apprenticeship.
Grant Banbury, artist, posing with his mixed- media artwork titled the "Garsington drawings", exhibited at the Canterbury Society of Arts Print Room.
Group of children splashing around in mobile spa pools on Wycola Avenue as part of a school holiday activity programme promotion by Radio Avon.
Owners of Christchurch service stations marching with placards on the bulk fuel installation on Chapmans Road, Woolston protesting against their fuel supplies being cut .
Exterior of the art gallery of the Canterbury Society of Arts (CSA) building at 66 Gloucester Street. The Gloucester Street gallery replaced the gallery on the previous site at 282-286 Durham Street...
Exterior of the former Canterbury Society of Arts Gallery at 282-286 Durham Street looking towards Armagh Street. The building was designed by J.J. Collins in 1897 and was used as a gallery until 1968...
Goal keeper for Selwyn hockey team, Peter Bodeker, during a match wearing a mask covering his face to protect him against fiercely struck shots for goal.
Close-up of Karen Yorke, former world roller skating champion at a skate rink in Hornby preparing for world roller skating championships.
Police ushering bystanders away from leaking LPG cylinders on Waltham Road on the corner with Moorhouse Avenue and Barbadoes Street.
Exterior of the Sydenham Post Office building built in 1911 at 340 Colombo Street, Sydenham.
Exterior of the Queen Anne style, Sumner School of the Deaf building and grounds.
View of a helicopter hovering over Gloucester Street during the delivery of a large meat cooler to the back courtyard of the Coachman Inn hotel.
View from the ground of the Friendship Totem Pole being installed in its new location near the roundabout at the end of Memorial Avenue at Christchurch Airport. The Totem Pole was moved from Little...
Weaver, Margaret Finnerty, with her loom in the loft of her barn by her cottage near Tai Tapu. Finnerty won the Bank of New Zealand weaving awards for her piece "Dream Sequence".
Three members of the Christchurch Archery Club with bows and arrows in Burwood Park at the Club's opening day. Members, all from Xavier College are from back, Grant Kavanagh, Chris McMullan and Tony...
A group of students sat in their classroom with teacher Mr Rex Johnstone at Heaton Intermediate School.
Student Edward Hall from Waltham Primary School welcoming Nuki Tukao from the University Māori Club with a hongi during the club's visit to the school for Māori Language Week.