Gay Le Comte using the indoor ski ramp at the Big Apple ice fair at the Big Apple Ice Rink on Brougham Street.
Construction of the Park Royal Hotel, as seen from Kilmore Street.
Bernice Armstrong, secretary to the Returned Services Association, with a box of Anzac poppies made in Christchurch.
Papanui Returned Services Association president, Joe Salt, with a wreath on Anzac Day during the march to Cathedral Square.
Various artists who will be performing at the Canterbury Folk Festival at Avonside Girls Schools, stood around a vintage car, some with instruments.
General manager of LWR Hosiery Mr David Lawn with old and new packaging for the L'eggs pantyhose range produced by manufacturers Lane Walker Rudkin Industries.
View of a flooded corner of Cashel Street and Fitzgerald Avenue. The flood was caused by a burst water main which was accidently hit by a mechanical borer, shown in the background.
Ron Winder with shoes produced for Suckling Bros Ltd.
Christchurch Boys' High School students painting a mural on a rail wagon at Addington workshops.
Scene of flooding caused by a burst water main on the corner of Fitzgerald Avenue and Cashel Street by the Central Mission Goodwill Store.
Artwork by Bing Dawe on the footpath outside the Municipal Electricity Department on Manchester Street.
For Sale sign outside the Municipal Electricity Department building on Manchester Street.
Buildings on Peterborough Street, including number 112 and 114.
Shops on the corner of Colombo Street and Peterborough Street including Surefreeze Appliances Ltd as part of the Peterborough Chambers building.
Members of the Returned Services Association marching from St James Park to the Papanui RSA on Anzac Day carrying wreaths.
View of Washworld at Bruce Reid Motors, on the corner of Moorhouse Avenue and Selwyn Street.
The staff of Johnson's grocery, Colin Johnson, Frank Grimes, Stan Johnson and Scott Mayer.
Alice Quartly sitting on a railing at her 5th Birthday, with a hedgehog cake.
North Beach Primary School pupils celebrating St George's Day in Cathedral Square.
Mavis Roberts (left) and Elsie Osborne, former members of the Women's Auxiliary Force, at the Citizens' War Memorial on Anzac Day.