Mrs D. S. Johnston, matron at Coronation Hospital, being presented with a chair and mirror on her retirement by resident Mrs A. M. Lulham.
Girl Guide camp at Cracroft House
Damaged tree and flooding on the banks of the Heathcote River.
Interior of the Sign of the Takahe restaurant area on Hackthorne Road, Cashmere.
City councillor, R. H. Stillwell, with a gas pipe that crosses the Heathcote River by Ashgrove Terrace in the Cashmere area. Residents in the area are complaining about the pipe.
Interior hallway of Mary's Mount rest home on Summit Road on the Cashmere Hills shortly prior to being privately sold at auction.
Residents at Coronation Hospital with the new raised garden installed for the residents on Centaurus Road in Cashmere. Pictured are, from left, Bert Castle, Dick Williams and Cyril Williams.
Exterior of the Rhodes Memorial Convalescent home at 34 Dyers Pass Road, Cashmere.
Exterior of the Rhodes Memorial Convalescent home including the rose garden at 34 Dyers Pass Road, Cashmere.
Auctioneer, Eric Robertson stood next to a sign on Worsley's Spur at the site of new suburb to be created, Westmorland.
Exterior of Mary's Mount rest home on Summit Road on the Cashmere Hills shortly prior to being privately sold at auction.
View over southern central city and the Port Hills.
People picking raspberries in D.F. Petherbridge's garden on Bowenvale Avenue in Cashmere.
Desmond Grey, aged 11, sitting on a go-cart that he built himself using old pram wheels and an old sewing machine.
Students at Cashmere High School.
Burst water main on Colombo Street near the foot of Dyers Pass Road.
R.A. Evans with his collection of moa bones and copies of rock drawings which he houses in his own collection in the basement of his home on Dyers Pass Road.
Demolition work on Colombo Street looking towards Moorhouse Avenue.
Christchurch Transport Board buses outside the Sign of the Takahe as part of the Hills and Harbour tour.
Exterior of St Augustine's Church in Cashmere during the lifting of the spire by a crane which contains one of the Christchurch's oldest bells. The spire was removed for restoration work following...
Cashmere Primary School pupils with money raised for Kampuchean refugees.
Cathy Hyde, joint-owner of Scallywags toy shop at 27 Colombo Street, Cashmere sorting toy displays for Christmas inside the store. A range of toys are on display with Christmas decorations hanging...
Author of "The Cooks Garden", Mrs Mary Browne, making notes for recipe ideas in her kitchen in Cashmere.
Group shot of Ice Hockey Club members, from left, Joe Begei, Jerome Raateland, Stephen Hayden and Dereck Mine ready for action at the Centaurus Rink, Cashmere.