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Save Aramoana Campaign protesters

Christchurch campaigners against the aluminium smelter at Aramoana beginning their convoy to Dunedin to meet other protesters. Pictured are, from left, Graeme Lob, Joy Ritchie, Cindy Cander Krogt...

Date 1980-12-27
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Collection 1980 Christchurch Star photographs

Helen de Beer with tufting gun

Helen de Beer using a Hoffmann tufting gun at the Shirley carpet shop of her father, Frank de Beer.

Date 1980-09-22
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection 1980 Christchurch Star photographs

Former Aged People's Welfare Council building

Exterior view of the former headquarters of the Aged People's Welfare Council at 60 Cashel Street in the central city.

Date 1986-05-03
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection 1986 Christchurch Star photographs

Dorothy Hill-Holmes

Dorothy Hill-Holmes, president of the Electrical Association for Women which is due to wind up at the end of the month due to increasing numbers of women growing up with technology and no longer...

Date 1986-11-26
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Collection 1986 Christchurch Star photographs

Tom Pyle of Langford House

Tom Pyle, 82, resident of Langford House at 20 Battersea Street in Sydenham. He is sitting outside the facility with his suitcase following the decision was made by the Canterbury Aged Welfare Council...

Date 1981-12-11
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Resource Type Image
Collection 1981 Christchurch Star photographs

Garden at Coronation Hospital

Residents at Coronation Hospital with the new raised garden installed for the residents on Centaurus Road in Cashmere. Pictured are, from left, Bert Castle, Dick Williams and Cyril Williams.

Date 1982-02-05
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Resource Type Image
Collection 1982 Christchurch Star photographs

Jubilee Home residents

Residents of Jubilee Home in Woolston who are unhappy at proposals to close the home. Pictured are, from left, Mataura Chant, Melva Bruce, Elsie Beckingsale, Mary Dalziel and Edith Chant.

Date 1988-09-30
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Resource Type Image
Collection 1988 Christchurch Star photographs

Residents of Rannerdale War Veteran's Home

Residents in the new memorial garden area at Rannerdale War Veteran's Home in Upper Riccarton which was created as a result of local community group fundraising. Pictured are, from left, Ray Gifford...

Date 1985-03-12
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Collection 1985 Christchurch Star photographs

Site of former Langford House

The site of the former Langford House, a former residential care home, following demolition works at 20 Battersea Street on the corner with Durham Street in Sydenham.

Date 1982-10-02
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Resource Type Image
Collection 1982 Christchurch Star photographs

Demolition site, Langford House

The site of the former Langford House, a former residential care home, following demolition works at 20 Battersea Street on the corner with Durham Street in Sydenham.

Date 1982-09-21
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Resource Type Image
Collection 1982 Christchurch Star photographs

Langford House

Exterior of Langford House a former residential care home, shortly prior to demolition works at 20 Battersea Street on the corner with Durham Street in Sydenham.

Date 1982-01-09
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Resource Type Image
Collection 1982 Christchurch Star photographs

Official opening of the Fairhaven Residential Club

Sir David Beattie with Wesley Lodge residents Mrs Pearl Harrington (centre) and Miss Mabel Muschamp at the the official opening of the Methodist Central Mission Fairhaven Residential Club at 91...

Date 1982-03-15
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection 1982 Christchurch Star photographs

Memorial for early Christchurch architect

Mayor of Christchurch Sir Hamish Hay (centre) laying a wreath on the grave of early Christchurch architect William Armson at the Barbadoes Street Cemetery on the centenary on his death. Looking on are...

Date 1983-02-22
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection 1983 Christchurch Star photographs

Barkers non-alcoholic drinks

Ali White operates the filling machine at Barkers Winery, Geraldine which has just started producing non-alcoholic fruit drinks.

Date 1981-12-19
Format Photograph
Resource Type Image
Collection 1981 Christchurch Star photographs