The recently completed block of the Salvation Army home at 62 Poulson Street, Addington.
Newspaper caption: Whirlwind at Leeston. This building was overturned while an Army service was in progress. A whirlwind at Leeston on Thursday night shortly after eight o'clock, while a thunderstorm...
Newspaper caption: Whirlwind at Leeston. Interior view. A whirlwind at Leeston on Thursday night shortly after eight o'clock, while a thunderstorm was raging, a whirlwind struck Leeston township...
Australian Salvation Army officers standing on steps with thank you signs.
Exterior of Resthaven Home on Colombo Street shortly prior to it being demolished at 901 Colombo Street.
Exterior of the Salvation Army Eventide Home at 901 Colombo Street.
Interior corridor of the Resthaven Home on Colombo Street shortly prior to it being demolished.
View of a bedroom at the newly opened Resthaven Salvation Army home on Colombo Street.
View of the lounge area at the newly opened Resthaven Salvation Army home on Colombo Street.
Major Gilbert Beale of the Salvation Army with a selection of toys donated by the Christchurch Bikers' Rights group.
Galua Laloata (left), Herman Ah Kuoi, Frank Crothall, Tiony Maurice and Asne Devi at a Salvation Army Access course graduation ceremony. The course was designed to provide training in traditional...
Groups of people with banners on the balcony of the Railway Hotel at 80 Manchester Street during the Canterbury Rugby Supporters parade. [Frame 1] Banner 'Salute our rugby widows'. Frame 2] Banner '...
Children and crowds along Manchester Street outside the Railway Hotel during a Canterbury Rugby Supporters parade. [Frames 0 and 1] Two year old Kelvin Jones.
Marching girls and crowds along Manchester Street outside the Railway Hotel during a Canterbury Rugby Supporters parade.
Christchurch Mayor, Vicki Buck, donating to the Salvation Army Red Shield appeal.
Salvation Army British popstar Major Joy Webb holding a guitar.
Jayme Harvey with Salvation Army Christmas donations in the foyer of Southpower on Manchester Street.
Portraits of Lieutenant Peter Savage and wife Raeline Savage, Corps officers of Bishopdale Salvation Army.
A fire damaged van at the Salvation Army complex, Addington.
Trainee supervisor, George Kahi, with Darryn Aikin, on a Salvation Army work skills development programme.
Exterior views of the Railton Travel Hotel on the corner of Manchester Street and St Asaph Street shortly prior to demolition. The site is scheduled to become a ground-level car park.
Mrs Margaret Oliver (left) and her niece Selina Squire with a fish pond purchased at the Salvation Army garage sale at the Salvation Army Citadel on Victoria Street.
Two children on a chair for sale at the Salvation Army garage sale at the Salvation Army Citadel on Victoria Street.