Former Edison Hall building, 236 Tuam Street.
232 Tuam Street.
View of Moncks Bay from Beachville Road, Redcliffs.
Redcliffs Park, houses and cliff.
Cliffs at Peacocks Gallop.
The day before the show when all the staging had been set up ready for entries.
Built 1912, for Lawrie and Wilson Auctioneers. The building later became the Pink Pussycat Night Club, then used by the Christchurch City Council Traffic Department and Parking Unit. The land is...
Lawrie and Wilson Auctioneers building, 210 Tuam Street.
Section of Mckenzie and Willis, 236 Tuam Street.
McKenzie and Willis building, corner of Tuam and High streets.
Foyer to the toilets in the former Odeon Theatre building (214 Tuam Street).
A window cleaner at work on Edison Hall, 230 Tuam Street.
214 and 210 Tuam Street.
View from the Rendezvous Hotel looking down to ChristChurch Cathedral and Cathedral Square. "I was working on The Rendezvous hotel and took many photos pre earthquakes of the city." - Contributor's...
Intersection of Durham Street North and Armagh Street; former Canterbury Society of Arts building to the left andthe Canterbury Provincial Council buildings to the right. "I was working on The...
Guthrey Centre building, 126 Cashel Street.
238 Tuam Street / High Street Corner and 236 Tuam Street, on right.
Pak n Save and Smiths City car parking building on Dundas Street.
Hawdon Street looking south from the corner with Byron Street. Visible are 80-86 Hawdon Street and 18 Byron Street.
Victoria Black and Kennetts Jewellers, High Street, Christchurch
Cotter's Electrical business moved to 158 High Street in 1919.
The day of the show with full shelves.
View of the former Chemistry building and former School of Art at the Christchurch Arts Centre.