View of the 'Knitting for the Front' (known as Knitting Girl) statue at Windsor House Home for the Elderly in Shirley. The statue is owned by the Canterbury Society of Arts on indefinite loan to...
The Governor General, Sir Arthur Porritt meeting residents and admiring the statue of 'Knitting Girl' on the grounds of Windsor House home for the elderly in Shirley during a visit to commemorate 10...
The Governor General, Sir Arthur Porritt meeting residents, admiring the statue of 'Knitting Girl' and unveiling a plaque to commemorate 10 years since the Windsor House home for the elderly opened in...
Bronze depiction of pilgrims landing at Lyttelton on the base of the Queen Victoria Statue in Victoria Square.
The Scott Memorial, Christchurch, N.Z.
Statue by sculptor, Llew Summers, outside the Waimairi District Council flats in Manse Place, Redwood.
The statue of William Rolleston on Rolleston Avenue outside Canterbury Museum.
Workman in a trench working on laying pipes on the corner of Worcester Street and Oxford Terrace to carry storm water from Cathedral Square to the Avon River. The statue of Robert Falcon Scott is...
Mr B. R. Curtain (left) and Mr R. Junk of R. J. Hampton Ltd with the Mother Amicus statue in parts after being removed from the top of the AMP building in Cathedral Square when the building was...
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.
Statue of William Sefton Moorhouse in the Botanic Gardens.
Close-up of a section depicting youth on the Citizens War Memorial in Cathedral Square.
View of lion statue at the Bridge of Remembrance on the corners of Cashel Street, Oxford and Cambridge Terraces.
Statue on the side of the door at the chamber of commerce, Worcester Street and Oxford Terrace.
Members of the Veterans' Association, Army, Navy and auxiliary forces lay a wreath at the Queen Victoria statue to commemorate the signing of the South African War peace treaty.
Veterans of the South African War commemorate the signing of the South African War peace treaty in Victoria Square by the Queen Victoria statue.
South African War veterans laying a wreath at the Queen Victoria Statue in commemoration of the signing of the South African War peace treaty. Pictured are, from left, W. Lee, W. Shackel, A. Allan, E...
Ned Moir and John Gilmour of Slade Engineering returning the Queen Victoria Statue to Victoria Square after it was removed whilst redevelopment works were taking place.
Statue of Captain James Cook in Victoria Square.
Close-up of the bust of Helen Connon on display in the Great Hall at Canterbury University.
Statue of James Edward Fitzgerald on Rolleston Avenue on the corner with Cambridge Terrace and Cashel Street.
Corbel on the Chamber of Commerce building depicting W. Brassington, the stonemason who crafted the stonework on the building.