Views of David Sellars, a 17 year old graduate of Christ's College who is due to travel to the New Hebrides to teach at a local school.
Views of the Old Boys’ race at the Christ’s College athletic sports. [Frame 34] Roland Hammond wins the race.
Sign on a window at Christ's College school, Rolleston Avenue.
Richard Chandler, a student at Christ's College who has won the Ruby Hay prize for pianoforte.
Views of the cricket match between Christ’s College and Christchurch Boys High School.
Newspaper photograph of footbridge from Christ's College into Hagley Park near Armagh Street entrance.
Views of the rugby match between Christ’s College and Christchurch Boys’ High School at Christ’s College. [Frame 24] Tim Oughton.
Views of the rugby match between Christ’s College and Christchurch Boys’ High School at Christ’s College. [Frame 31] Geoff Machirus.
"Elephants and horses from a visiting circus being exercised, Rolleston Avenue, Chch, outside Christs College, 30th January 1979." - Contributor's note. Highly Commended in the Places category of 2020...
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...
A Citroen parked on Armagh Street bridge, with the Mickle Gates visible in background.
The gated entrance to Christ's College on Rolleston Avenue.
Aerial photograph of Christchurch Public Hospital, gardens and museum
Views of Christchurch Boys' High School (CBHS) versus Christ's College rugby match at CBHS grounds. Pictured in frame 3 is J. Kinley.
The new cricket pavilion at Christ’s College.
The Bishop of Christchurch, W. A. Pyatt, at the opening the new cricket pavilion at Christ’s College.
Aerial view of Christchurch with Avon River.
The Bishop of Christchurch, W. A. Pyatt, and M. G. Louisson, at the opening of the new cricket pavilion at Christ’s College.
Christ's College, Rolleston Avenue.
Christ's College, Rolleston Avenue. Steel tie rods have helped to prevent the gable collapsing
Casual visitor parking in Hagley Park near the Armagh Street entrance.