View across the Avon River to the Canterbury Provincial Council buildings.
Ken Baker and Barry Barcock in the Provincial Chambers loft.
Provincial Council Chambers with lamp.
[Frames 14 and 15] Mr Graham Miller, chairman of the regional committee of the Historic Places Trust, presenting a cheque to Mr M. A. Connelly, chairman of the Canterbury Provincial Buildings Board’s...
Members of the Provincial Building Board, including A. P. Harper, D. E. Donnithorpe, and M. A. Connelly, at the Council chambers at 280 Durham Street.
Members of the Provincial Building Board, A. P. Harper, D. E. Donnithorpe, and M. A. Connelly at the Council chambers at 280 Durham Street.
Views of the Local Bills Committee in session in the stone chamber at the former Canterbury Provincial Council buildings.
Renovation work on the Canterbury Provincial Building.
Ron Nesbitt and Alan Murray work renovate the Canterbury Provincial Building.
View of Armagh Street, looking east from the intersection with Durham Street North.
Views of members of the executive committee of the Canterbury Provincial Buildings' Board inspect the buildings. Pictured are E.J. Knapp, M.A. Connelly, R.P.B. Drayton, T.M.McGuigan, and B.G. Barclay,
Collapsed Stone Chamber of the Canterbury Provincial Council Buildings located on the corner of Durham Street North and Gloucester Street.
Exterior of the Canterbury Provincial Chambers building taken from the corner of Durham and Gloucester Streets.
Damage to Canterbury Provincial Council Buildings and scaffolding at 280 Durham Street North.
Damage to Canterbury Provincial Council Buildings located at 280 Durham Street North.
A 1916 tractor leading a procession of tractors on Armagh Street as part of the Canterbury Agricultural and Pastoral Association Show.
I took this photo on 3 July 1992 to show the Armagh Street frontage of the partly wood and partly stone Canterbury Provisional Council building. On South east corner of Durham Street. - Contributor's...
Helen de Wit and Chris Pascoe marry getting married in the former Provincial Chambers.
Workmen carrying out earthquake strengthening work on Provincial Government Buildings.
Damage to the former Bellamy building at the Canterbury Provincial Council Buildings, seen from Oxford Terrace.
Canterbury Provincial Council Buildings collapsed Armagh Street stone tower.
Collapsed roof of the Canterbury Provincial Council buildings at 280 Durham Street North.