Joy Waterman and Winifred Waterman. Cathedral Square, Christchurch.
Street photo of a man in central Christchurch
My grandmother, Edith Gibbens, and my mother, Renee, in Cathedral Square, Christchurch.
The boy is my father Gavin Francis Wren, born 1940. He is holding the hand of his mother Eileen Hyacinth Wren & his sister Lorna Scott (Wren). The other man in the photos is Lorna's husband Eric Scott...
From left: Maureen Goulding and Helen Fawdray; Kathleen Goulding and Patricia & Janet Finnie. These photos are of my mother Doris Goulding, my older sister Maureen and my three cousins Helen, Patricia...
Doris Goulding outside the Christchurch Cathedral with her two children, Kathleen & Maureen Goulding.
In Manchester St, with my mum's friend Shirley, looking after me. I am 4 years old.
Grandmother and two aunts. On back of photo: Left unnamed sister; centre: Dora Macaulay, nee Hahn, right:Bena Wilson, nee Hahn.
My mother with my son and daughter outside Christchurch Cathedral after going to Hays Roof to see the Christmas display.
Family group in Cathedral Square. Near the old post office.
Mother, brother and self outside Christchurch Cathedral. Old bank in the background.
Mrs G.B. (Madge) Steel and her daughter shopping in Cashel Street, properly attired with hat, purse and gloves. Accepted dress for that period. Street in the 1930s with Beaths in the background.
The Wizard ("C'mon Canterbury") on ladder). I took this photo in Cathedral Square early in 1982. I later returned and gave the wizard a copy. He showed it to the crowd, announcing himself to be "A...
Four year old Gary Roberts outside Cathedral.
Maria Rohs in Cathedral square, 1972
My Grandfather, William Howarth, and some other family members in Christchurch city.
My grandparents, William and Alice (Lily) Howarth, taken in Christchurch city.
My mother, Mavis Bunton nee Howarth, and my grandmother (Alice Howarth), taken in Christchurch city.
My nana with my dad in Cathedral Square, may have been on leave from Burnham Camp. World War II
My nana and her daughter Agnes (my aunt) probably a trip into town.
My father and a friend walking in Cathedral Square, with United Service Hotel in background. He was Joe Rutledge.
Two neighbours with one's child and one's mother outside Cathedral in Christchurch Square. (North facing side of Cathedral in background)
Henry Downes selling Golden Kiwi Art Union tickets. Outside Post Office, Christchurch Square.
Highly commended in the 2014 Christchurch City Libraries Photo Hunt