Portraits of Leonard Crawford Bayliss, economist to the Bank of New Zealand.
Bank of New Zealand building under construction, Corner Colombo & Hereford Streets, Cathedral Square.
View of the entrance to Addingtown shopping centre and car park on Lincoln Road in Addington. To the left is a Bank of New Zealand at 300 Lincoln Road with a fish and chip shop at number 296.
Members of the University of Canterbury French club in Akaroa for Capping Week.
Retiring manager R. H. Lord, alongside new manager G. C. Miller, or the Bank of New Zealand.
Mr Wally Hannan, Senior customer officer, outside the BNZ Armagh Street branch with a promotional chalk board advertising current interest rates.
Exterior of the Armagh Street Post Office with a Bank of New Zealand branch to the left.
Portraits of Miss Dawn Pascoe at a typewriter at the Bank of New Zealand building participating in a competition to find Christchurch's fastest typist.
Construction of the BNZ Centre as seen from Colombo Street. An artist’s conception of the building is on display.
Construction of the BNZ Centre as seen from Colombo Street.
Portraits of All Black,Tane Norton, at the Bank of New Zealand.
Norman Blay, a long standing customer, at the opening of the Bank of New Zealand, Upper Riccarton. Pictured are, from left, Judy Gamblin, Pat Hogan, Miriam Spragg, Norman Blay, Diane Woodward, Ray...
Exterior of the Bank of New Zealand building to the South of Cathedral Square. The Housing Corporation building is to the left and the BNZ building to the right.
BNZ staff participating in team building at Castle Hill Outdoor Centre. From left Russell Weaver, Henry Prestage, Maurice Bell, Leanne Tindall, Kim-Elaine Mehlhopt, Suzanne Burgess, Peter Byrne, Sandy...
Neil Swinton, Bank of New Zealand manager, and business districts manager, Carole Evans, with entries for the New Brighton schools poster competition.
Robert McLean Ltd automotive engineers new premises at 105 Victoria Street. Bank of New Zealand building directly behind and vehicles in front of building.
ChristChurch Cathedral with Cathedral Square market and Millenium Hotel and Bank of New Zealand buildings in background
Crane in Cathedral Square demolishing the A.M.P. building. Viewed from rear of building toward the Square with the Post Office and Bank of New Zealand beyond.
Looking north towards the exit of the bus exchange on Lichfield Street. Seen from the access way to the west of 193 St Asaph Street.
ChristChurch Cathedral viewed from south of Cathedral Square with a sight seeing tours booth visible in the square. Bank of New Zealand building is in the background.
Exterior of the Bank of New Zealand building in the south of Cathedral Square.
Craig Parsons, construction worker, on top of the Bank of New Zealand building overlooking Cathedral Square and ChristChurch Cathedral.