Detective N. R. Scott holding wooden mace
Crowds attending start of Silver Fern Rally in Cathedral Square
Tivoli Theatre in Cathedral Square
Mr L. A. C. van Ginkel
Ron Rutherford with rally car
Workers in the mailroom at the Christchurch Chief Post Office
Canterbury v Buller Ranfurly Shield rugby match at Lancaster Park
Sir Tyrone Guthrie at new town hall site
Dr C. Hooker operating a radio machine that grows crystals
Elvene Van Der Togt and Charles Summers with rally car
Elvene Van Der Togt with rally car
Interior of the Scott Brothers Ltd factory showing the conveyor belt system that carries various parts of the range to and from where the porcelain enamelling process takes place. Several workers are...
A line of electricians with ovens in the Scott Brothers Ltd factory testing them using a switchboard ahead of them leaving the factory for general sale.
Man using a Pensotti planer machine inside the Scott Brothers Ltd factory. The machine can handle work up to 14ft long and is used for electric range production.
New Midland coaches designed and built in Christchurch setting off on their first journey with tourists from the workshops in Lichfield Street.
View of the statue of Robert Falcon Scott on the corner of Oxford Terrace and Worcester Street. Behind is a crane working on the construction of the police station building.
Members of the Invercargill team tending to "patients" during the Railway St John Ambulance lifesaving competition for the New Zealand Road Alliance Shield at the Addington Railway Workshops.
Director of the Robert McDougall Art gallery, Mr B. D. Muir, in the sculpture court of the gallery. In the foreground is a bronze sculpture by Paul Beadle titled "Last Supper VI".
Lecturer at Christchurch Teachers College, J. Harvest (left), joining a drama performance with second year kindergarten student teachers.
Five of the six finalists for the 1970 Christchurch Miss Teachers' College contest. Pictured are Rear (from left) Marie Tracey, Colleen Pogmore and Sharon Johnston. In front: Heather Brown (left) and...
Bags of mail at the Christchurch Chief Post Office