Win and Arthur Cumming at their shop on the corner of Cranford Street and Berwick Street, St Albans
Phyllis Morse, Fred Priddy, Ailsa Morse from Lyttelton, walking in Cathedral Square.
Flooding at the corner of Judge Street and Tabart Street in Woolston.
Excello Service Station on the corner of Wilsons Road and Shakespeare Road in Opawa.
A group of men, including Stewart Avent, in front of the Homer Tunnel during construction.
Stewart Avent with a bicycle at Lindis Pass.
Alice Todd walking on Colombo Street with her daughter Venis Olin and granddaughters Merle and Avis.
Venis, Avis and Merle Olin shopping in Christchurch. Photograph taken near the bank building by Valerie Studios.
Cathedral Square looking east from Worcester Boulevard bridge. Avon Cinema under construction on right.
The Gurdler family standing in front of a traction engine.
A colourised postcard of the Bowker Fountain at Night in Victoria Square in central Christchurch.
Flat agricultural land in Heathcote Valley with Port Hills in background.
Ruth Trent (née Burnell) as a child standing next to large bluegum tree in Bridle Path Road, Heathcote.
Bridge over gully in Heathcote Domain with Castle Rock in background.
Group of women and chidren seated in front of stone wall on beach at Corsair Bay.
Sumner Clock Tower at Scarborough Park. Looking from beach to Scarborough with hill behind clock and kiosk to the left.
Alice Todd with her daughter Venis Olin and granddaughter Merle in Cathedral Square.
Sunland Bakery drivers standing beside delivery vans on Fitzgerald Avenue.
Jim Crofts (middle) and cycling friends.
The Rawleigh's salesman standing in front of a vehicle.
Seated group of men, women and servicemen on riverbank in front of fence. Ruth Trent thought to be seated in front row second from right.
"Avonhead" homestead, built in 1853 of pug clay on the site of what is now Archdall Place. Thought to be the early home of Alice Witty, daughter of George Witty, MP for Riccarton.
Group portrait of staff at the Robert Francis Ltd music store on the corner of High Street and Tuam Street.
Group portrait of staff at Kempthorne Prosser & Co. Ltd on High Street.