Fire damage at Perry Street West kiosk, caused by failure of yellow phase high voltage fuse to clear properly.
People fishing at the mouth of the Waimakariri River.
Computer operations engineer, T.L. Scott, with the new computer installed by the Central Canterbury Electric Power Board.
Exterior of the former army church in Sumner at 42 Nayland Street, during the final stages of converting the building into an auction hall.
The jubilee clock in Victoria Street undergoing restoration works on the corner of Victoria Street and Montreal Street.
D. Quane, manager of Surf Dive and Ski, with objects belonging to the premises' former occupant, Owens Ltd at 751 Colombo Street.
Heather McMillan, an apprentice mechanic at LWR Hosiery Limited.
Firefighers and fire engine attend to a fire at 37 Manchester Street.
The burnt remains of a classroom at St Albans School.
People sweeping up debris outside the fire damaged classroom at St Albans School.
Exterior view of Papanui butchery.
Students participating in the capping procession on Oxford Terrace including a Bambina car with a student dressed as a fairy waving through the sun roof and a group of students piled on the back of a...
Katherine Drury, a marker on the quotation board at the Christchurch-Invercargill stock exchange.
Director Leo Bensemann with printing presses at Caxton Press at 113 Victoria Street in the central city.
A.E. Schrafl (left) with New Zealand Cement chairman, J.P. Cook at the company's new head office at 106 Hansons Lane in Upper Riccarton.
A driver speaking out at the call for action at the Stopwork meeting of the Drivers Union at Christchurch Town Hall.