N.Z International Exhibition 1906-7. No. 9 - Wonderland from Water Chute. [Dutch, Photo]
Exhibition Christchurch. 1906 - General View. (No. 770) W.A.P Colour Photographic Series. Wanganui Photo Co. , NZ. Postcards
Frank B Clausen outside shop – Frank Clausen outside his shop (c1906) in Main North Rd (on the east side just along from Papanui Rd)
Souvenir postcard of the 1906-1907 New Zealand International Exhibition at Christchurch. ┬áInsert shows Warner's Hotel in the square, over "the flag". ┬á Reverse: A Series - Aristophot Co., London.
Outside Dexter & Crozier's Motor Garage.
"My grandfather William Duncan was a piper in the Waimate Pipe Band and I believe he is one of the pipers... There were three pipe bands (Dunedin, Ashburton and Waimate) at the Exhibition and they...
Grannie (on right) and Mrs. Henderson. Grannie is Marion Dickie nee Monaghan. Taken on beach at Sumner, Christchurch, circa 1906. Grandma Foley's grandmother - on holiday with friend Mrs Henderson in...
The Collier sisters and one man from Fullers' Theatre Company in large rowboat on steep-banked section of the Avon River in Hagley Park.
Violet Silvester of Fullers' Theatre Company on the banks of the Avon River with another unidentified man. Two further men are in a rowboat near the Botanic Gardens footbridge.
Two women and a man including Miss Chatwind [Chetwynd], part of The J.P crew of the Strand Theatre Comedy Company, in canoes on the Avon River near the Botanic Gardens footbridge.
Mrs Whale and P. Conds in tethered canoes on the Avon River by the Botanic Gardens footbridge.
Clement Bayard. Approx. 1906. Kilmore Street, outside Limes Hospital.
Charles Bowker who owned the Pines, was a land agent in Timaru. Note on back of photo: "The Pines, College Rd November 29th 1906. Residence of W C Bowker, Timaru 1906.
Heathcote Valley School pupils and their headmaster, Mr W. A. Stout. Egbert Gimblett (Bert) in back row, Madeline Gimblett (Maidie) in third row, and Dorothy Gimblett in second row.
Newspaper caption: From the Windwhistle Road. Note that in this picture, obtained January 24th, six days after the one above, Mount Hutt has put on a mantle of snow. Sunday, the 21st, was the day of...
Newspaper caption: The midday express from Christchurch to Dunedin crossing the bridge over the Selwyn River, North Canterbury.
Newspaper caption: A meet of the Christchurch Hunt Club at Prebbleton.
Newspaper caption: This well was completed on Tuesday week, and a fine flow of water was obtained. The New Zealand International Exhibition in Hagley Park Christchurch is due to open in November 1906...
Newspaper caption: On Sunday September 2nd the railway bridge over the Selwyn River in North Canterbury was lowered in the centre by about 12 inches. In preparation for the lowering of the bridge...
Photograph published without additional caption.
On the occasion of the induction of the Rev. Father Mahoney to the parish and the farewell to the Rev. Father Goggan who was transferred to Temuka.