B.M. Murray and his son, Andrew, with a Jodel Bede D9 in his shearing shed, Orari.
R. Brown left and A.T. Gallington move an 1866 Albion Press into the CSA Gallery for the Print 68 exhibition.
New Brighton chef, Joe Verweij, making pancakes for the Shrove Tuesday race at New Brighton.
Christchurch Teachers College students graduating in the Civic Theatre. Presenting the certificates is Mr B. J. Wilson (senior district inspector of primary schools).
Mayor, George Manning, with Woolston school pupils, Ann Saunders (left) and Margaret Hopkinson, planting trees at Elizabeth Park for Arbor Day.
Mayor, George Manning, with the Welsh flag outside the City Council Chambers on St David's Day.
A British Lines insulated container at Islington which could be used to transport frozen meat and other export goods.
Test piles being driven for the new university library building at Ilam.
Waimataitai Street bridge, Waimataitai, Timaru.
Glasshouse for transportation from the property of Noel D. Laird on Halswell Road to Prebbleton.
The largest boiler that has so far been manufactured in New Zealand, crossing the overbridge at Lyttelton to be loaded onto a barge.
Jimmy Curline (front) and his brother Ronny Curline of J. B. Curline Ltd transporting a prefabricated building to the Teachers' Training College on Durham Street.
Mural by Bill Hammond in the Monaco dance hall, Chancery Lane.
Exterior of the Adelphi Motel at 49 Papanui Road in Merivale.
Interior of a room at the Adelphi Motel at 49 Papanui Road in Merivale.
Three varieties of earthquake stress resistant bricks being used in the construction of Prestons Road Primary School in Papanui.
Dolly, an Indian elephant, of the Industries Fair's free circus being brushed at the Addington Show Grounds.
The Christchurch Star exhibition featuring a linotype teletype setter and teleprinter at the Industries Fair in Canterbury Court, Addington Show Grounds.
Linda Pope decorates Christmas cakes at the Ernest Adams factory on Tuam Street in Phillipstown.
A team of students carrying out a stretcher drill in an ambulance as part of the St John Ambulance competitions at Hagley High School. Pictured are Ian Paul (left), Frank Watson (obscured), David Cain...
Captain E. D. Gerard, of Army District Headquarters, an explosives expert, handling a 3in mortar bomb found by police divers in the Avon River near the Wainoni Bridge. It turned out that it was a...
Former members of the 49th Battery of the 38th New Zealand Field Regiment led by W. P. Spencer (left) and F. J. Mitchell, marching to the Citizens' War Memorial in Cathedral Square. The march is to...
From left, Sir Harold Barrowclough, L.C.L. Averill, James Hay and H.W. Kerr of the New Zealand Rifle Brigade at a luncheon at the Te Kura lounge in Riccarton, to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of...
The director of the new Aged People's Welfare Council occupational centre, Mrs J. Schofield (right), assisting visitors with craft activities at the new centre on Sewell Street in Kaiapoi. Pictured...