This photo was taken in the Phillipstown School playground, near the Nursery Road entrance. It was the folk dancing group, ready and trained for the big ChCh primary schools celebration on the...
Christchurch Cathedral and Woodwards Corner. approaching the cathedral from the east, looking towards west and north of the square. Government Life building in the background.
Hornby Rugby League Football 1997. Premier Grand Final Winners coached by former Kiwi Wayne Wallace, and also had Kiwi representative Simon Angell.
Fuel tanks at Lyttelton, built by F. W. Matthews Ltd.
F. W. Matthews Ltd., Marshlands Road, Shirley. My father's engineering works in Marshland Rd.
Woolston School Re-union. From left, front row 15th James Davies, 16th Horace Harvey, 17th Bernard Browne.
Veda Crofts (left) & friend at the Mayfair Lounge. My mother & a friend.
Christchurch Magistrates Court Floodlit for the Floral Festival.
Christchurch gasworks & Lyttelton rail line from Waltham Road overbridge.
Interior of fuel tank at Lyttelton built by F. W. Matthews Ltd.
Fuel tank at Lyttelton, built by F. W. Matthews Ltd.
Built 1912, for Lawrie and Wilson Auctioneers. The building later became the Pink Pussycat Night Club, then used by the Christchurch City Council Traffic Department and Parking Unit. The land is...
Located at 180 - 184 High Street, on the Lichfield Street, Manchester Street and High Street corner.
Johanna Macdonald (nee Janssen) and her brother at Glenelg Health Camp. I stayed at Glenelg for about 6 weeks in 1964.
The Great Beynon. My uncle Edgar Beynon who performed on Hay's Roof as "The Great Beynon", magician, assisted by his wife, my Aunty Doris. Also known as The Great Benyon.
My nan and grandad with my aunties and my mum at a picnic. Names on reverse of photo: great grandad Bailey, grandad and nana Bailey, aunty Doreen (6?),aunty Jan (5?), mum B. J. Lilly (4?), aunty...
238 Tuam Street / High Street Corner and 236 Tuam Street, on right.
Twins is a photo of my brothers and I. L-R: Arthur, Keith, Murray, Robert & John in front. Arthur & Robert were triplets but Arthur's identical brother was stillborn. They were the first triplets born...
At a neighbour, Esther Hendren's, wedding. Children on bridegroom's car are my brothers, sister and neighbour's. Left-right Barbara, Tony, Ian, Gayleen, Joan, Jimmy, Karen (front) and Mick.
The North Beach Pushbike speedway held at North Beach, started by the local boys, became quite a public event with seating for audiences, fundraising concert held at North Beach Baptist Church on...
House at 114 The Esplanade, Sumner, on corner of The Esplanade and Menzies Street. Former Mulcock residence.
Colombo Street, Christchurch looking south towards Cathedral Square. from Colombo St bridge, corner of Colombo Street and Oxford Terrace, looking south towards Cathedral Square.
Jean and John Janssen outside St Mary's Catholic Church, Manchester Street, on their wedding day. My parents' wedding day.
Christchurch East School 1947. David Penney - boy with striped tie sitting down.