Andrew Swarbrick being awarded the Canterbury Olympic Soccer Training Centre's Prestige Award for 1969. Handing over the award is Mr Alan McDonald, chairman of Training Centre.
Michael Gourley of Heaton Intermediate School with a framed certificate for the Richard Curtis Memorial Award which he won for showing courage in the face of adversity.
Michael Gourley of Heaton Intermediate School being presented with the Richard Curtis Memorial Award by Rev R. A. Lowe, which he won for showing courage in the face of adversity.
William E. Skilton, first ever winner of the ‘Craftsman of the Year’ award.
New Zealand Footwear Manufacturers’ Federation annual design competition winners. Left to right: Adrian Cook, of Sumner, winner of first prize in women’s formal shoe section and best design by...
Nurse Cynthia Danks in uniform at the Christchurch School of Nursing graduation ceremony. She received the Florence Nightingale Medal for highest total marks in the final nursing examinations, the...
Murray Turnbull of M.W. Richardson Limited on Fitzgerald Avenue, winner of the Wattyl Award for best furniture finishing apprentice in New Zealand.
Mark McFadden (left), David Lawrie, Peter Jordan and Peter Smith, apprentices from the bookbinding and printing trades who received awards for their work at the Canterbury Manufacturers Association...
Peter Paulsen, a cabinet makers apprentice for R. E. Morris Ltd, of Disraeli St, Addington, with the B.W. Younger trophy he won for distinguished progress.
Portraits of Mrs Nada Beardsley, a reading advisor with the Education Department in Christchurch and winner of the Canterbury Reading Council literacy award.
Lynley Daly, a psychopaedic nurse at Templeton Hospital and winner of the Cobledick Merit Award for the best overall nurse.
Richard Chandler, a student at Christ's College who has won the Ruby Hay prize for pianoforte.
Katherine Stainforth, winner of a fellowship to the Trinity College of Music in London, licentiate of the Royal Schools of Music diploma and the Irene Lassen memorial prize.
Head and shoulder portraits of Joanna Mears, winner of a young adult award for students of journalism. As part of her award, Joanna will fly to Australia to promote New Zealand.
Photographs of two prizewinners receiving their awards from Mayor Pickering at the Canterbury Science Fair. [Frame 19] Billy-Jane Thomas. [Frame 20] Michael McKenzie.
Views of Cecil Shackle receiving an award from Norman Allen on behalf of the International Al Jolson Society.
Portraits of dermatologist, Dr W.B. Reed of California.
Views of hair salon manager, Manuel Lira and model, Beverley Hauschild.
View of Peter Sharp, captain of the West Christchurch-University cricket club and Cowens Award winner, Geoff Smith of Christchurch Boys High School.
Portraits of Sister Sally Mann of Princess Margaret Hospital, winner of the 1969-70 fire prevention award.
Lee Williams, winner of the under-14 and Australian Junior tumbling titles at the Pan Pacific Games in Australia, with her medals.
Views of Bill Bishop in the workshop of Holdfast Anchor Manufacturing company. Bill is the owner of the company as well as being an engineer, anchor manufacturer and winner of the 1981 Air New Zealand...
Portraits of Eric Warmouth, a pig shooter from Fabians Valley near Blenheim, with the rifle he won as a prize for the South Island top ground-hunter award.
Scenes of Eric Warmouth, a pig shooter from Fabians Valley near Blenheim, being awarded with a rifle as a prize for the South Island top ground-hunter award outside Edmonds Game Consolidated at 15...