Molly Anderson with her book, The Caltex Book of Veteran and Vintage Cars of New Zealand.
View of pills hidden inside the pages of a book.
Diane Graham reading a book in different furnishing displays at the North Canterbury Home Interior Festival in Rangiora.
Diane Graham sitting on a couch at the North Canterbury Home Interior Festival in Rangiora.
Views of Mrs Lofts reads to hearing deaf children at the Fendalton Kindergarten.
Professor and honorary fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, George Jobberns, sitting at a desk in front of bookshelves in an office.
DSIR scientists Dr Lucy Moore and Elizabeth Edgar with a copy of their book “Flora of New Zealand Volume 2”.
School children lining up and sitting at desks of the new classroom opened at Tai Tapu School. [Frame 1] New library at Tai Tapu School.
UFOlogist Kevin James reading books while smoking.
Portrait of Michael Edgley, managing director of the Australian theatrical company, sitting at the top of a marble staircase reading a book.
H. M. Studholme, retiring secretary of the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Association, sitting at a desk.
Children reading in a classroom at Hornby School.
Mr Frank Hollins a performer in Sherlock Holmes with Mr J. C. Williamson's Dramatic Company, with his wife Mrs Hollins in a rowboat on the Avon River in Hagley Park.
Roman Catholic priest, The Rev W. G. Grounds, seated in front of bookcase.
Portraits of Gavin Bishop with his book Mrs McGinty and the Bizarre Plant.
Portraits of author, Jane Maxey. She holds her book Good Old Rosie.
Portraits of author, Fiona Kidman with her book, Mandarin Summer.
Author Grace Porter posing with her book “Under the Nor’ West Arch” which is about her and husband Ted’s experiences of life in the back country. The book is about to go on sale.
Brownie commissioner J. S. Poulton with Brownies from the 18th Christchurch St Peter's Pack, Cindy Burns, and Fiona and Anne Lawson,as they receive the first copies of the new Brownie Handbook.
Michael O'Connor learning his lines from his hospital bed for an upcoming Canterbury Repertory Society production.
Portraits of unidentified man. [Frame 36] Group of men talking and reading from a book.
Group of unidentified men presenting from books.
Students, John Tohill (left) and Chris Callaghan, at the University of Canterbury book sale in the Student Union building.
Portraits of Harold White, a Cashel Street bookseller, surrounded by books to promote his new way of selling paperbacks, at $2 a kg.