Alice Quartly sitting on a railing at her 5th Birthday, with a hedgehog cake.
Scoliosis patient Christine Morton laying on her back with a birthday cake on her chest surrounded by family.
Patricia McSweeney and Barry Hedges bakers in the national final of the New Zealand Master Cake Bakers apprentice competition, with slices of cake.
Views of guests from the occupational centre of the Aged People’s Welfare Council enjoying the “Christchurch Star” party at the Christchurch Airport restaurant.
Views of Prime Minister Norman Kirk cutting a cake at his home in Hillsborough during Christmas.
May Middleton, aged 90, cutting the anniversary cake for the 12th anniversary of Prebbleton School.
Former Ballantyne team room staff members cutting a cake at a reunion. Pictured are, from left, Miss A. L. Smith, Mrs S. J. Yates, Miss B. Wharton, and Mesdames J. Young and J. McLeod.
May Douglas (left), Lilian Preen and Eileen Masson who are retiring from the central city High Street Ernest Adams shop.
Linda Pope decorates Christmas cakes at the Ernest Adams factory on Tuam Street in Phillipstown.
Jacqueline Baxter with nursery rhyme cakes at the Ernest Adams factory on Tuam Street in Phillipstown.
Uncooked cakes on the production line at the Ernest Adams factory on Tuam Street in Phillipstown. Pictured are, from left, Ivan McDonald, Keith Adams, B. Murray and John Riley.
Mrs Vivian Hopkins (left) and Mrs Doreen Ramsey decorating Christmas cakes at the Ernest Adams factory in Phillipstown for export to Australia.
Close-up of an ornate multi-tiered cake created by Miss Hopkins of Woolston. Cake decorations include plants, birds and animals.
Jessie Haworth of the Sing-Alongs about to cut the cake to celebrate the 200th programme in the Salvation Army Citadel. Pictured with her is Ray Lewis, the originator of the Christchurch Sing-Alongs...
Albert Thompson, 94, cuts a Christmas cake celebrating 21 years of The Star excursions for the elderly at the Captain's Table restaurant at Christchurch Airport. Watching him is Star promotions...
Henrietta Canning (left) and Jean McGregor on one of The Star excursions for the elderly at the Horizon Restaurant at Christchurch Airport.
Edith Edwards, 100, cuts her birthday cake with her niece, Freda Edwards and great-great niece, Kirstie MacMillan at Holly Lea residential home in Fendalton.
Margaret McKinlay, originally from Scotland but settled in New Zealand, celebrating 100th birthday at the Nurse Maude Hospital in Merivale.
Stewart Betty, known as Stu, with his 90th birthday cake, featuring his sporting hobbies of bowls and golf, in his home in St Martins.
Newspaper caption: The jubilee of Greendale School, Canterbury: Some snapshots of the celebrations. When the roll-call was completed, a jubilee cake, given by the very old residents in the district...
Newspaper caption: (1) Pupils from 1870-79. (2) The jubilee cake. (3) The original school building. (4) Pupils from 1880-00. (5) Pupils from 1890-99. (6) The present school building. (7) Pupils from...
Close-up of a large Christmas cake on a table with Christmas decorations.
Cyril Atkinson with the Druids Friendly Society centennial celebration cake made by Jessie Harris.