Portrait of Eddie James, New Zealand midget car champion in Christchurch 1970.
Portraits of the Miss Christchurch Teachers College finalists.
Views of Perise Sasa who is Miss Student Nurse 1971.
Scenes of Dave Hurrell at the Barrington Park Supervalue supermarket with the items he collected after winning a grocery grab contest.
Views of Donna Linney in the back of a van with the $750 worth of groceries she won in a guess the weight competition at the "culinary capers" food exhibition.
Scenes of "Aunt Hilda" of the Starlets' Club in Christchurch awarding prizes to children at the Industries Fair at Canterbury Court.
Scenes of Rachel Alley, winner of a BMX bicycle and senior Starlet Club member, with "Aunt Hilda" of the Starlets' Club in Christchurch at the Industries Fair at Canterbury Court. Frame three is of...
Scenes of Rachel Alley, winner of a BMX bicycle and senior Starlet Club member, with "Aunt Hilda" of the Starlets' Club in Christchurch at the Industries Fair at Canterbury Court.
Scenes of Star newspaper staff manning a promotional stand at the Industries Fair at Canterbury Court. Pictured are, from left, Vicky Lucas, Lyn Brakey, Brian Butts "Star" production manager, "Aunt...
View of Jean Smart of Leecroft Street, winner of the Bishopdale Shopping Centre Queen for a Day contest.
"My grandfather Percy Vernon Bailey who won first prize in a ploughing match held at Lincoln." - Contributor's note
Views of Beryl Wright of 281 Centaurus Road with her photograph prize presented by Ian R. Little.
Views of Richard Johnson of Lyttelton, winner of the yacht, Linnet.
Lieselotte Crake, 17-year-old winner in the 1970 “Christchurch Star” South Island Writers Association Poetry Contest.
Views of Helen Frost, 18, of Taupo, the winner of the 1970 Miss University contest at the Civic Theatre.
Views of Angela Bradshaw, winner of a free car in a competition ran by Cooper Henderson Motors on the corner of Durham Street and Tuam Street.
Portraits of Mr George Margetts of New Brighton, winner of "The Star" Spot the Ball competition.
Ethel Paterson, in her wheelchair at Burwood Hospital with a copy of the newspaper liftout which won her the "Star" racing jackpot.
Rita Hughes, winner of the “Hair” dinner date competition, at the Theatre Royal with “Hair” cast members Iaion McAlpine-Gunn and Colin Cook.
Groups of prize winners in the Conservation Week competition. Frames one and two feature winners with their prizes and are, from left front row, Karen Whitta, Allan Marshall, Yvonne Cheung, Kim...
View of Health Stamp colouring competition winners with their entries. Pictured are, from the left: front row, Mamae Blake, Tony Peart, Donna Alley, Janice Findlay and Peter Knotts. Second row: Aneta...