George Thompson, the last serving Christchurch Fire Bridge firefighter to attend the Ballantynes Fire in 1947.
A detective and a post office official examine an exploded postal box at the Walker Street post office.
Holding snowball by Cavendish Road. Our first time in the snow.
Ken and his friend Malcolm. Notice the Fred Dagg hat on Snowbear.
The Caldwell girls in a snow scene.
Kids of the neighbourhood and their giant snowball outside the Goodes.
14 Harvey Terrace, Richmond, Christchurch. In the snow. Now in the Red Zone, post earthquake.
Louise Lockie after a trip to town. Riverside by Cashel Street (now mall) and Bridge of Remembrance.
Louisa Crawley (left) and Mrs Caroline Leota with a language booklet to assist Pacific Islanders.
Machinery at Halswell quarry.
View of Halswell quarry.
Number 7 and number 6 gasholders at the Christchurch Gas Company gas works on Moorhouse Avenue.
View of a holding tank at the gas works.
The Christchurch gas works.
The Christchurch gas works next to the railway lines.
The moat at the University of Canterbury library.
Student teachers, from left, Barry Garland, Thomas Laffey, John Davidson and John Brickell camping outside the Christchurch Teachers College to ensure they got to be the first to enrol on Teachers...
The King Edward VII Coronation Memorial fountain in its original location at Sydenham Park along Brougham Street looking towards the corner with Colombo Street. Taken shortly before the fountain was...
View of the fountain on Shand Crescent at the Shand Crescent Reserve in Riccarton.
View of High Street in the rain from the United Services Hotel looking south east towards the Christchurch Gas Works.
Ruin of kennels used to house the huskies for Captain Robert Falcon Scott's Antarctic expedition on Quail Island.