Banner for Women on the Move exhibition outside the town hall.
Views of Mr A. J. Blair (left), chairman of the Canterbury area Round Tables and Mr H. N. M. Harvey, deputy chairman of the Sheltered Workshops Association discussing a banner made by trainees at the...
Shops on Colombo Street, between Cashel and Lichfield Streets, looking North-East.
Flags announcing the opening of the city’s new market place, Petticoat Lane, in the White Hart Arcade, High Street. View from upstairs window looking down into High Street.
Pier Side Cafe employees carrying a banner in the New Brighton Christmas Parade.
Chisnallwood Intermediate School banner at the New Brighton Christmas Parade.
People with a banner and a train of children following them during the New Brighton Christmas Parade.
New Brighton Community Garden during the New Brighton Christmas Parade. There are two banners on the float.
Two men carrying a New Zealand Sandcastle Competition banner during the New Brighton Christmas Parade.
View of ChristChurch Cathedral from corner of Hereford Street and Colombo street. Showtime Canterbury banners on display.
Banner near Cathedral entrance with cars parked in front
Looking north-east. Banner on display to the left of the Cathedral advertising a Church service
The former Beaths Department Store from 1933 - 1987, on the corner of Cashel and Colombo Streets, became Arthur Barnett's store in 1987 and subsequently part of the bus exchange. Also shows Pascoes...
Commissioner Colonel R. E. Johnson saluting during parade of the colours by Mid Canterbury St John Ambulance Brigade at the King Edward Barracks in Cashel Street.
Protesters marching from Takamatua to Bruce Hotel in Akaroa demonstrating to keep the Hotel open. The crowd are led by men on horses.
Protesters outside the Bruce Hotel in Akaroa demonstrating to keep the Hotel open. The crowd are listening to the MP for Lyttelton, T.M. McGuigan.
Scenes of a Springbok rugby tour protest march, and police presence, along Kilmarnock Street and Deans Avenue near the Chateau Regency Hotel where Prime Minister Mr Robert Muldoon was a guest speaker...
Scenes of Springbok rugby tour protesters sitting on Ferrymead Bridge behind barbed wire. Pictured in frames 42 and 43 are Rod Donald and Anne Currie.
Scenes of Springbok rugby tour protesters sitting on Ferrymead Bridge and being escorted away by police.
Scenes of Springbok rugby tour protesters during a sit-in and march at New Brighton including along New Brighton Mall.
Scenes of Springbok rugby tour protesters during a sit-in and march at New Brighton in the Pages Road area. Frame five shows police presence at the protest.
Scenes of Springbok rugby tour protesters participating in a march along Hereford Street heading towards and in Cathedral Square.