Views of Lichfield NZ joint managing director, L.H. Govan.
A display of period lace work and clothing in a cabinet.
A group of women selecting items for the Purple Door Boutique Opportunity Shop on the corner of Union Street and Collingwood Street in New Brighton.
Interior of the clothing shop Ménage a Trois at 175 Seaview Road, New Brighton. Owner, Shelley, is stood in the mirror trying on a hat.
Exterior of a boutique clothing store at 91 New Brighton Mall, New Brighton.
Exterior of Vivacious| a woman's clothing store at 55 Nottingham Avenue| Halswell.
Duncan Taylor was a Timaru photographer. Photo taken by W. Ferrier, Timaru
Mrs G.B. (Madge) Steel and her daughter shopping in Cashel Street, properly attired with hat, purse and gloves. Accepted dress for that period. Street in the 1930s with Beaths in the background.
Duncan Taylor (1834-1911) was the first blacksmith in Temuka. He and his family then moved to Orari and later to Rangitata. Photo taken in Christchurch by H. H. Clifford. Caption: Taylor family. Tom...
My mother, Mavis Howarth, taken August 1935, aged 19 years.
Fletcher Humphries[sic] staff.
Angela Jeeves with an equestrian show jacket being sold as part of the Jeeves family business, Equestrian Accessories.
Della McManus sewing a racing silk for jockeys at her Addington workshop.
Carmen Abela quality checking a garment at Outbak Leatherware's manufacturing premises at 4 Riccarton Road.
Canterbury Sheepskin Accessories managing director, Doug Price wearing a sheepskin jacket outside their shop on Sissons Road in Papanui.
Quality checking the sheepskin jackets at Canterbury Sheepskin Accessories on Sissons Road in Papanui.
Shirley and Des Foster with Karen, Paul and Susan dressed for a day in the city outside Christchurch Cathedral. The pram was called a "Nibs Chariot".
Aunty Hilda, Uncle Eric and daughter Helen who lived on a farm at Kirwee were at Christchurch International Airport, possibly going on holiday. People were still dressing up when they went out.
Margery Tait (9 years) presenting roll with names of girls of Sumner school to Kingsford Smith after 1st Tasman flight. 11 September 1928. Photo presumably later, though not much judging by the coats.
Charles and Elizabeth Bowker and family. Photo is a "Boudoir Portrait" taken by George Watson, 214 Colombo St, Christchurch.
Christchurch city shopping day for mother and daughters. Photo taken near the bank building by Valerie Studios about 1939. Hats and shopping baskets the order of the day. The girl is holding a Koala...
In Cathedral Square (Port Hills in background). Phyllis Morse (my mum) Fred Priddy, Ailsa Morse (mum's sister and Fred's future wife) are all from Lyttelton. They would have got all dressed up in...
Cashel Street at Oxford & Cambridge Terrace corner - Bridge of Remembrance in background.