Portraits of Robin Dadding, editor of the Landfill magazine.
Portrait of Julie Vaughan, country and western singer.
Photographs of Mr J. Frazer, from Vancouver, with his sister Mrs L. Crosbie in Christchurch. The Scottish-born siblings were reunited after 51 years apart.
Members of the Sydenham Senior Citizens’ Club seated at long dining tables enjoying afternoon tea at St Saviour’s Hall.
Interior views of a Whitcombe and Tombs bookshop, full of shoppers.
Photographs of VSA volunteers at a reception held by Mayor Neville Pickering. Pictured: Ann Purton, Mayor Pickering, Jenny Tilby, Clive Tilby, and Alexa Sutherland.
Views of the Avonhead Tavern and bottle store in Withells Road.
A. D. Foord cracking a safe using an axe, while attendees of the Insurance Association seminar look on.
University students waiting in the Christchurch Star’s office for the latest edition of the newspaper to be printed. University exam results are listed in the newspaper.
Phillipa Lewthwaite, of Lincoln High School, playing in the Canterbury secondary schools tennis tournament at Wilding Park.
Photographs of Sir Arthur Porritt, Governor-General of New Zealand, officially opening the Avonside Centre for the Handicapped.
Afternoon tea for the Sydenham Senior Citizens’ Club at St Saviour’s Hall. [Frames 35, 36 and 40] Members of the club seated at dining tables. [Frames 37, 38 and 39] Mrs Kirk, wife of the Leader of...
Head and shoulder portraits of F. J. Bennett, headmaster of St Andrew’s College for 37 years.
Photographs of graduates receiving their diplomas from Dr Harte, vice-principal of Christchurch Teachers College. [Frames 12a and 13a] Mrs N. M. Chapman.
[Frame 11] Woodend Hack Handicap race. Pictured: Quick Magic, Donnybrook Fair, Bonavia, Totara Boy, and Circus Girl (obscured). [Frame 12] Rangiora Handicap race. Pictured: Time and Tide, ridden by E...
Interior views of the Avonside Centre for the Handicapped in Cowlishaw Street. [Frame 33a] Governor-General Sir Arthur Porritt. [Frames 34a and 35a] Governor-General Sir Arthur Porritt; the Most Rev B...
Three unidentified VSA volunteers perched on an armchair at a reception held by Mayor Neville Pickering.
Photographs of VSA volunteers at a reception held by Mayor Neville Pickering. [Frame 7] Three unidentified VSA volunteers perched on an armchair. [Frames 8 and 9] Volunteers Ann Purton, Jenny Tilby...
University students waiting in the Christchurch Star office for their exam results which will be printed in the newspaper.