A woman pouring a shot of Wilson's whiskey at a bar amongst other whiskey brands.
A copper gin still imported from the United Kingdom being lifted into place at Southern Grain Spirits, Kaiapoi - the South Island's first gin distillery.
John Fitzpatrick, managing director of Southern Grain Spirits with a batch of Robroff vodka at the factory in Kaiapoi.
Ali White operates the filling machine at Barkers Winery, Geraldine which has just started producing non-alcoholic fruit drinks.
Brian Cosslett of the Wai-Ora Trust Conservation Corps at Wai-Ora nursery, Watsons Road, Harewood with native plants to be planting along the banks of the Waimakariri River.
A reconstructed hut at the Chinatown in Cromwell which will be flooded by Lake Dunstan when the Clyde Dam is completed.
Two archaeology field workers examine a rock shelter in the Cromwell Gorge as part of programme directed by Neville Ritchie in the lead up to the flooding of the area to form Lake Dunstan as part of...
Dr Neville Ritchie, archaeologist, and his wife Alexy Simmons, in the former commercial area of Cromwell with a historic stone building. The building is due to be re-sited ahead of the area being...
The remains of a dwelling used by Chinese miners in Cromwell Gorge which has been excavated as part of a programme led by Neville Ritchie ahead of the area being flooded by Lake Dunstan as part of the...
Archaeologist, Neville Ritchie, next to the Clutha River and a marker which shows by how much the river will rise when the area floods to form Lake Dunstan as part of the Clyde Dam project. In the...
A fully restored dwelling of a Chinese miner at Cromwell beside the Kawarau River. The dwelling will be flooded by Lake Dunstan as part of the Clyde Dam project.
Joan Collett, Christchurch's pioneer industrial archaeologist with a map of Christchurch.
R.A. Evans with his collection of moa bones and copies of rock drawings which he houses in his own collection in the basement of his home on Dyers Pass Road.
Jock Grant with moa bones he found while digging a trench for a sewer line on Main Road, Redcliffs.
Gillian and Jennifer Anderson of 36 Glenelg Spur in Hillsborough with moa fossils found by their father as he began excavations for a basement on the property.
Mr O. Wood operating a warp mill.
Nan Williams and Archie Ross, long serving staff members, at work at the Kaiapoi Woollen Mill.
Workers with fleece and taking it to be rolled.
Exterior of the Kaiapoi Woollen Mill buildings in Kaiapoi shortly before its closure.
Long service employees of Kaiapoi Woollen Mills. Pictured are, from left, Miss N. Wright, Mrs F. Wyatt, Mr E. Raudsepp, Mr M. G. Jackson, Miss M. McQuillan, Mr H. Moody, Mr D. G. Ashley, Mr M. B...
View along the Avon River towards the Madras Street bridge with Cambridge Terrace to the left.
Three women and one man in a rowboat on the Avon River, approaching the Botanic gardens footbridge.
Limited service volunteers, Jodi Allison (front left) and Mark Beckett (front right) at a drill practice as part of their graduation ceremony at Burnham army camp.
Tutor, Bernie van Haandel (right) working with Adrian Connew who is taking part in a Access carpentry course at the Salvation Army Carlyle Career Centre in Sydenham.