Exterior of Jubilee Memorial House aged care facility at 2 Jubilee Street in Woolston.
People attending a seminar on care for the elderly at Wesley Lodge at 138 Park Terrace.
Dining room at Windsor House home for the aged at 47 New Brighton Road in Shirley shortly prior to opening.
The library at Windsor House home for the aged at 47 New Brighton Road in Shirley shortly prior to opening.
The hospital wing of the Woodchester Eventide Home at 76 Banks Avenue in Dallington run by the Christchurch Presbyterian Social Services Association shortly prior to opening.
Exterior of the Holly Lea home for the aged at 133 Fendalton Road in Fendalton.
Exterior of the Eventide Home, Wesley Lodge at 138 Park Terrace.
Exterior of the Queen's Jubilee Memorial Home, at 2 Jubilee Street in Woolston.
Exterior of the Woodchester Eventide Home at 76 Banks Avenue in Dallington.
A group of elderly women sitting outside Woodchester Eventide Home at 76 Banks Avenue in Dallington.
Exterior of Quamby Home for Aged gentlewomen on Fendalton Road.
Gillian and Jennifer Anderson of 36 Glenelg Spur in Hillsborough with moa fossils found by their father as he began excavations for a basement on the property.
Members of the Canterbury Museum archaeological group excavating at Redcliffs cave. Pictured are, from left, Sandra Johnson, Kathleen Fletcher, Ngaire Harris and Diana Angel.
Barry Eames, 13, with a moa hunters' whale oven he helped discover at Redcliffs.
Firefighters using the pole at the Christchurch Central Fire Station at 178 Lichfield Street.
"Issued to consumers by the Municipal Electricity Department, Christchurch, New Zealand."
A small cook book advertising the benefits of cooking with electric appliances including recipes.
Proposed site of the central fire station prior to construction, taken from Lichfield Street looking south-east towards Barbadoes Street, Christchurch Gas Works and the Port Hills.
Front of the royal train on the 1953 tour by Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh.
Looking north along Colombo Street taken from the Anglican Cathedral tower balcony.
Highly Commended entry in the 2016 Christchurch City Libraries Photo Hunt.
A family Christmas in our back yard in Opawa. I am showing off my new scooter, my sister Jenny has a cane dolls pram and my cousin Wayne has a carpentry set. I can't see what his brother Chris has. My...
Myself (in the middle) with a friend and my little sister Jenny on the right. Mum looking on from the doorway. Dad has rigged up the hose to the clothesline so that we can cool off in our togs. I can...
Taken at the time of the Queen's visit in 1953. They show the buildings decorated to celebrate this event.
Looking down Armagh Street from Durham Street towards Victoria Square.