Views of Dame Flora MacLeod of MacLeod arriving at Christchurch Airport.
Group shot of the pipe band from the ninth intake of compulsory military training, with rope drums and bagpipes. Owen Genet is in the back row, on the right side.
Views of the arrival of the 'Rangatira’ ship.
David Burrows playing the bagpipes at the Scottish Society Hall.
Students with bagpipes and a sign for Te Wai Pounamu Maori Girls’ College atop the AMP building in Cathedral Square.
North Canterbury Caledonian Pipe Band at Rugby Park for the Canterbury provincial pipe band competitions.
The Canterbury University College pipe band on capping day. The band marches from Cathedral square down Worcester street whilst Gordon Ogilvie ( far right) keeps time. He was later Band master for St...
Left to Right from back: P. Bruce, R. Cummings, W. Paterson, A. Eyles, W. Armstrong. Middle row: A. McLachlan (Pipe Major), A. McMillan, R. Syme, M. Smith, R. Murie (Drum Major). Front row: W. Penman...
Philip Mair preparing for bagpipe championship at St Andrew's College.
Members of the Scottish Society Pipe Band at the Christchurch Pipe Band Contest. The Piper in middle is William (Bill) Penman.
Piper, Mr Sam Craig plays his bagpipes while Mr C. S. Thomas, patron of the Highland Pipe Band Association of New Zealand, looks on. Mr Craig, a 92-year-old Scot, is donating his collection of 2500...
The City of Christchurch Ladies' Pipe Band at Rugby Park for the Canterbury provincial pipe band competitions.
David Burrows with bagpipes at the Scottish Society Hall.
Graeme Glass playing bagpipes at the South Island and provincial solo piping championships at the Scottish Society’s Hall.
Pipe band members playing and hoisting a flag to mark the opening of the new band room at St Andrew's College in Strowan, Christchurch.
Pipe band members marching, playing and hoisting a flag to mark the opening of the new band room at St Andrew's College in Strowan, Christchurch. Frame three is of the new band room with a staff...
Views of bagpiper, Tony Clark.
Christchurch Stonemason, John Hill, carrying a sack of coal and walking along Cranford Street during an attempt to break the world long distance coal carrying record. John is accompanied by a piper...
Dave Parker, a Christchurch taxi driver and bagpipe player walking and playing his bagpipes towards Cathedral Square to the start of the City to Surf race. Other racers are walking behind him...
Policeman playing bagpipes at the Starlets Christmas Party at the Christchurch Town Hall. Families and children are sat in the audience.
Len & Sally Cross on their wedding day. My husband's mum and dad.