Belongings of the residents at the Young Christian Workers' Movement commune at 110 Jeffreys Road, Bryndwr, following a fire that caused extensive damage to the property.
Exterior of Lyndhurst Home at 58 Bealey Avenue on the corner with Montreal Street.
Exterior of the George Manning Home at 147 Lyttelton Street, Spreydon, at the time it was opened by the Manchester Unity Homes Trust Board.
Close-up of a pair of high altitude boots identical to those worn by Sir Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing when they conquered Mount Everest in 1953.
Avonside Girls' High School pupils at Shirley Boys school participating in a woodwork class during an exchange scheme where Boys went to Avonside for cooking lessons. Pupils, from left, Christine...
Portrait of Rewi Alley, New Zealand writer and political activist.
Close-up of poetry books donated by Collins Publishers as prizes for the Star Newspaper Starlets competition. Books include A Child's Garden of Verses by Robert Louis Stevenson, Hilda Boswell's...
The Riccarton High School brass band practicing in their school hall being conducted by Mr Ron Young, ahead of the secondary schools' band festival.
View of the main stage at Christchurch Town Hall of musicians rehearsing for the Christchurch School of Instrumental Music concert.
Sergeant Colin Ryan, gunnery instructor, explaining the capabilities of a field gun to Riccarton High School students during their visit to Burnham Military Camp. Students, from left, Gary Campbell...
Group of fourth form students from Riccarton High School watching an engine being tested at the Armagh Street workshop of the New Zealand Motor Corporation. The students toured the site as part of...
Engineering students from Aranui High School with a hovercraft they built, in the school swimming pool. Test driving the craft is student Russ McKinley with other students watching from the poolside.
Looking down into Duvauchelle Bay from the pass between Duvauchelle and Barry's Bay.
Members of the Christchurch Womens Liberation movement commemorate the 1893 enfrachisement of women in Cathedral Square.
T. H. Greer gives a mechanical demonstration to Diane Clark, Jill Ritchie and Janice Kershaw.
Gabrielle Hawker instructs Suzanne Johnstone, Mandy Stafford, Karen Scott and Claire Hutchison in deportment.
A group of women being shown a mechanical demonstration.
W.B. Grant receives his Masters degree in Psychology from the University of Canterbury chancellor, T.H. McCombs at the graduation ceremony in King Edward Barracks.
Conductor with children rehearsing in the town hall for the Christchurch schools music festival
Close-up of the mural depicting Māui trapping the sun to form day as according to Māori legend. With the mural is Mrs Beverly Maraki in the Te Rau Aroha Communication Centre of Christchurch on...
Lost property auction at Canterbury University Student Union building (41 Hereford Street).
Exterior of the former Nurse Maude building at 190-192 Madras Street. The vacant building is the proposed site of a new community youth centre.
Brian Culhane, Peter Anderson, and Mick Milner on the roof of the Provincial Council building.
Interior of Provincial Council building showing flagstone floor.