Photos of crowd of Canterbury University students attending a special meeting at the Ilam campus about contraceptive vending machines.
Views of the capping week procession on Hereford Street.
Views of university students outside 41 Hereford Street as part of the capping week procession.
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.
View from Cathedral Square, down Worcester Boulevard towards the Canterbury Museum.
Plate 6 within the publication Panorama of Christchurch, New Zealand, from Cathedral Tower 1881, by E. Wheeler and...
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...
No. 2 plan for alterations to the School of Art on Hereford Street, drawn by architect George Alfred James Hart. Pictured are the west elevation, south elevation, north elevation, east elevation...
View from Sue's office in the Karl Popper building at University of Canterbury. To the south is the Elsie Locke building while to the West is the James Hight library building.
Library building construction at University of Canterbury in Ilam.
Gameplay during a rugby match between Canterbury University and New South Wales University at Ilam.
Canterbury University buildings on Rolleston Avenue.
Portraits of Neil Matthew Mackie, winner for the Charles Upham Scholarship and student at Canterbury University.
Entrance to the Zoology block of Canterbury College.