Views of attendees at a reunion of First World War airmen in Christchurch. Frames three to six are of Mr J. E. Winn of Wellington being helped to board an aircraft by his former aircraft instructor Mr...
Picture is of the Aulsebrook's parade to celebrate the end of the First World War.
Halswell Memorial Gates under construction by W. Winsor, builder, of Spreydon, 1923 Second of two images of the memorial gates under construction in 1923.
Photo reproduced from a glass negative by Glyn Williams. Date: 1910s Highly commended in the 2014 Christchurch City Libraries Photo Hunt.
Unknown soldier; photo reproduced from a glass negative. Highly commended in the 2014 photo hunt from Glyn Williams.
Gordon Marker delivering milk during petrol restrictions.
Dedication of the Marshland War Memorial Gates and Councillors lining up for the ceremony. W. H. Winsor was a mayor of Spreydon and City Councillor. The Memorial Gates were unveiled by Mrs G Cox and...
Charles Tombs with his four sons before leaving New Zealand.
One of the Pearce family wearing a WWI gas mask and army uniform at the Pearce family home Aikmans Road, Merivale about 1919.
Newspaper caption: (1) The Nurses' Brigade. A special feature of the gathering was twelve children dressed as nurses, who acted as collectors during the day. (2) The Peninsula Queen (Miss Birdling)...
Newspaper caption: In the centre, the Queen (Constance Greenall); on the left of her, Ngahuia Matene, the Sedgemere candidate. This election brought the sum of £576 and the whole fete about £900.
Newspaper caption: Dunsandel, wounded.
Newspaper caption: The competition was won by Miss Maud Doak of Irwell, candidate of the Secondary Department of the Southbridge School who travel by train. On the right is Miss Emily Hampton...
Newspaper caption: Brookside, wounded.
Newspaper caption: Leeston, died of wounds.
Newspaper caption: Dunsandel, killed in action.
Newspaper caption: Doyleston, killed in action.
Newspaper caption: Lakeside, wounded.
Newspaper caption: Southbridge, died of wounds.