Keresia and Peter Ai'ono running at the St Paul's PIC Autalavou Picnic.
Savea Malaki Ai'ono closest to the camera in a running race at the annual St Paul's PIC Autalavou picnic.
St Paul's PIC Autalavou Picnic running races. Fa'asala Ai'ono on the right hand side.
Sarona Ai'ono posing in Ilam Park having a break from Uni.
Sarona Ai'ono off for a date in the botanical gardens.
Leua Tea Iosefa and Geoff hanging out next to a tree at the Botanical Gardens.
Poster for an exhibition at the Robert McDougall Art Gallery which ran from 18 February – 22 March 1981
A group of model glider enthusiasts gathered at Wigram with their model gliders as part of the annual Canterbury inter-club flying competition.
Members of the Operation Deep Freeze Women's Club collating pages for a new American cookbook to raise money for Nazareth House. Club members, from left, Phyllis Hamond, Chris Stedman, Jo Wilson...
Portrait of author and retired Canterbury Malting Co administration manager, Ernest G. Collins, with his book, Malting in the Heathcote Valley. The book was supplied to staff, retired staff, public...
Car race with a Bentley in the foreground at the Wheels and Wings Classic at Wigram.
Children practising choir singing at the Town Hall.
Marian College principal, Sister Eleanor Capper, in the new school grounds. Behind her is the old Louisson homestead.
Teachers and students at Shirley Boy's High School 25th anniversary assembly in the town hall auditorium.
Grant Walker is being filmed by Chris Carroll and Keith Pullen.
Woman and child examine shoes on display in Dowsons, Ferry Road.
Exterior of Dowsons store at 68 Lichfield Street. A handwritten sign outside announces the store is now open.
View of a World War II gun emplacement and down the 160 metre drop towards the entrance to a tunnel formerly used to store the shells for the guns at Godley Head.
Rex Jones, Lighthouse keeper, stood outside a derelict World War II bunker at the Godley Head complex of gun emplacements and bunkers.
Louise Virtue, Librarian, shifting books from the old Canterbury Public Library to the new Central Library Gloucester Street.
Assembler Maureen Flattery-Donohoe checking printed componentry at the Tait Electronics production unit.
The Minister of Trade, Mr Talboys on a visit to Tait electronics' factory following a presentation of an export award to the factory. The minister is shown inspecting circuits created by a female...