These photos are of the girls from Papanui Technical High School. They may be the Rangiora Youth Recreational Club. The girls were doing a trip around Banks Peninsula in 1948. They were mostly taken...
Fay, Pam & Dorothy in Lyttelton in 1948. These photos are of the girls from Papanui Technical High School. They may be the Rangiora Youth Recreational Club. The girls were doing a trip around Banks...
Papanui High School pupils waiting for the train from Rangiora. Photo taken by Dorothy Lott.
From a photograph album.
Three of the staff at the Gebbies Pass radio transmission station. The Gebbies Pass radio transmitter was one of several erected by the New Zealand Broadcasting Board between 1932
The Gebbies Pass radio transmitter was one of several erected by the New Zealand Broadcasting Board between 1932
The Gebbies Pass radio transmitter was one of several erected by the New Zealand Broadcasting Board between 1932 &1936 to extend radio broadcasting coverage in the main centres. Highly commended in...
The photograph was taken and developed by my father Harry Baldwin, with a Graflex camera with a
Workers with fleece and taking it to be rolled.
"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.
Veda Crofts (left) & friend at the Mayfair Lounge. My mother & a friend.
Bridge over gully in Heathcote Domain with Castle Rock in background.
Albie Bettle standing outside his Four Square Store on the corner of 16 Station Road, Heathcote Valley. Snow fell from 12-14 July followed by a gale on 13 July.
Sumner Clock Tower at Scarborough Park. Looking from beach to Scarborough with hill behind clock and kiosk to the left.
Left to right: Ruth Trent (née Burnell), Ivy Newton (née Vogel), and Dorothy Burnell (née Gimblett) attending the Heathcote School 75th Jubilee celebrations.
Otto Gustav Rosenau a Jewish refugee from Germany who worked with my Grandfather Max Ogilvie for a time on his orchard in Horotane valley and then went to enlist on the 26th December 1939
Christchurch Cathedral, interior
Exterior of the Salvation Army Eventide Home at 901 Colombo Street.
Exterior of the Eventide Home Methodist Home for the Aged at 138 Park Terrace.
A man and a woman sat on a cart attached up to a horse on a farm. "Mode of transport because of petrol restrictions." - Contributor's note
James Mayo Jnr and James Mayo Snr running new drainage along a residental street, possibly taken from Cashel Street in the East of the city towards the Port Hills, in early 1940 using horse pulled...
Workers laying a willow end groyne on the Waimakariri River.
Stone wall of Sutton Quay at Lyttelton
"Mary Ann Arthur (nee Hastie) born 1864, who married Charles Arthur in NZ in 1885 died 1951. Her parents were Margaret and John Hastie who owned the Hurinui Hotel. Mary's daughter, Florence Templeton...