Canterbury University quad.
Views of Miss Canterbury, Pene Evison, at the Canterbury University buildings.
The Minister of Tourism, Bert Walker, with his wife and son, Graeme Walker, who has graduated from Canterbury University.
Views of university students outside 41 Hereford Street as part of the capping week procession.
Two Canterbury University students in the annual Procesh - theme of this set of entries was names of films on at the time - May 1959. Probably taken in Worcester Street outside what were Univeristy...
Photos of crowd of Canterbury University students attending a special meeting at the Ilam campus about contraceptive vending machines.
The Canterbury University College pipe band on capping day. The band marches from Cathedral square down Worcester street whilst Gordon Ogilvie ( far right) keeps time. He was later Band master for St...
Photo is taken at the Antigua boatsheds of the university rowing team circa 1940s. The Canterbury University was down the road in what is now the Arts Centre.
Flags outside the Commonwealth Games Village in Ilam. Canterbury University.
Aerial photograph of Christchurch Public Hospital, gardens and museum
Observatory, Canterbury College. The Observatory and Biological Laboratory were designed by Benjamin Mountfort in 1895 for Canterbury College The building stands in Hereford Street.
Canterbury University buildings on Rolleston Avenue.
Portraits of Neil Matthew Mackie, winner for the Charles Upham Scholarship and student at Canterbury University.
Views of the capping week procession on Hereford Street.
Canterbury University Students Avon River Bike Race. Avon River bike race for University of Canterbury rag day.
Two views of the annual Canterbury University students' bike race in the Avon River as part of capping week in May. The course generally covered the stretch of river between Hereford and Gloucester...