Views of signwriter, D. Dunbar and Max Conrad with the Piper Aztec, White Penguin.
Views of US ambassador, Kenneth Franzheim, and Deep Freeze commander, Admiral David. F. Welch at Christchurch Airport.
"Terra Nova", a steam and sailing ship moored at Port Lyttelton, possibly as part of Scott's British Antarctic Expedition (1910-1913). "Terra Nova" regularly used Port Lyttelton to overhaul and refit...
Pilot Giles Kershaw (right) and aircraft engineer Gerry Nicholson with a De Havilland Twin Otter aircraft at Christchurch International Airport after returning from supporting the Transglobe...
Portraits of pilot Giles Kershaw stood in front of a De Havilland Twin Otter aircraft at Christchurch International Airport after returning from supporting the Transglobe Expedition in Antarctica.
John Sims with his wife Ethelie and daughter Louise after his return from Antarctica.
A volume of letters by Robert Falcon Scott gifted to Canterbury Museum.
A volume of letters by Robert Falcon Scott showing the inscription by his son, Peter Scott.
Carved by Chief Lelooska, the Totem Pole of Friendship was gifted to Christchurch in 1959 by the Oregon Centennial Commission and the Portland Zoological Society in appreciation of the hospitality...
Views of Major Jim Barker with his models of his time in Antarctica (Nansen dog sledge and model of the ship “Discovery”).
Model of an Antarctic camp with a dog sled, a tent and other equipment that Major Jim Baker made.
Views of Mrs Pat Coates, who is a librarian at the Antarctic Division of the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research bites a chocolate bar which is part of the emergency food packs that New...
Views of Sir Edmund Hillary and Dr Roger Duff, director of the Canterbury Museum.
Views of American scientists who have returned from McMurdo Sound, Antarctica. Pictured in frame 1 are Lois Jones, Eileen McSaveney and Terry Tickhill.
Views of United States military personnel, Commander E. G. Lightsey and Commander R. G. Davis, at a ceremony held at Christchurch Airport.
Views of United States military personnel at a ceremony held at Christchurch Airport.
Views of United States military personnel, including Commander E. G. Lightsey and Commander R. G. Davis, at a ceremony held at Christchurch Airport.
"Anchor left at Cape Evans after Shackleton's Aurora was trapped in sea ice in 1915 and dragged out to sea, snapping the anchor line." - Contributor's note.
Cape Evans Hut with supply dump in foreground and Barnes Glacier in background.
Beds at Cape Evans Hut with shelving on the walls.
Supplies left in Cape Evans Hut kitchen.
Supplies in Cape Evans Hut, including John Burgess & Son essence of anchovies sauce.