View of duplex flats under construction in Wainoni looking towards the Port Hills.
Aerial view of new housing area at Hornby. A shopping area, with the water tower just behind is in the centre, on the edge of the recreation reserve.
Railway and road bridge over the Waimakariri River.
A former canon from the Russian scare at a quarry in Gollans Bay.
View of Fort Jervois, Ripapa Island taken from Banks Peninsula near Diamond Harbour.
A worker with technical equipment at the Addington totalisator.
Exterior of the Holly Lea home for the aged at 133 Fendalton Road in Fendalton.
Exterior of Quamby Home for Aged gentlewomen on Fendalton Road.
Barry Eames, 13, with a moa hunters' whale oven he helped discover at Redcliffs.
"Riding on the cultivator with my father in Curries Road 1958." - Contributor's note
Winner in the People category of the 2020 Christchurch City Libraries Photo Hunt.
Watercolour painting of Greenovia aurea.
The two boys with kites are my brother and me, and other family members are around as well. At the time we lived at the Harewood Transit Camp. Dad used to make the kites from very light fine paper and...
A bee swarm inside the Heyders Road substation.
Three men working with Excavator, machinery, and Bedford trucks at the Waipara County Council shingle plant.
Three men working with machinery and Bedford trucks at the Waipara County Council shingle plant.
Electric lighting in Cathedral Square. Visible is the Regent Theatre building on the corner of Worcester Street.
Colour corrected mercury vapour lamps on Harper Avenue.
View along Armagh Street towards the corner with Colombo Street of crowds watching a Santa Claus and his reindeer float during the annual Christmas Parade.
"Members of the Scott Base 1958 wintering over party up close and personal with Orca. Taken by my father Bob Henderson. He spent December 1957 to February 1959 at Scott Base." - Contributor's note.
Members of The City of Christchurch Ladies' Highland Pipe Band on a sponsored march hopefully to Ashburton. They got as far as Norwood and the blisters would not let them go any further. They were...
'Cover image for booklet for the City of Christchurch Ladies'' Highland Pipe Band sponsored march hopefully to Ashburton. ┬á They got as far as Norwood and the blisters would not let them go any...
Homeward bound on the steam train returning to Christchurch from a day trip to Arthur's Pass. Teenagers making their own fun. From left: Clifford Begg, Arthur Parris (with ukulele), Sally Matthews...
Family camping at Hanmer River, Christmas/New Year 1958. Annual event with often three generations present.