Residents at Coronation Hospital with the new raised garden installed for the residents on Centaurus Road in Cashmere. Pictured are, from left, Bert Castle, Dick Williams and Cyril Williams.
Mrs D. S. Johnston, matron at Coronation Hospital, being presented with a chair and mirror on her retirement by resident Mrs A. M. Lulham.
Aerial view of the Cashmere Hills and of Coronation Hospital in the centre. Birdwood Avenue runs along the bottom right with Centaurus Road curving in front of the hills.
Aerial view of the Cashmere Hills and of Coronation Hospital towards the lower right. Centaurus Road curves in front of the hills with Bowenvale Avenue stretching along the right hand side.
Views of the exterior and interior of buildings at Coronation Hospital during demolition.
Matron at Coronation Hospital, Mrs A. Malcolm (centre) with Mrs Jennie Farmer (left) and Mr G. R. Humm the assistant house manager with a waterbed in the hospital. Mrs Farmer and her husband donated...
Matron at Coronation Hospital, Mrs A. Malcolm (back) with Mrs Jennie Farmer on a waterbed in the hospital. Mrs Farmer and her husband donated the waterbed which will be used for patients with...
Smoking frame, and tear down, of the tuberculosis annexe at Coronation Hospital after a planned fire exercise by the Christchurch Fire Brigade.
Firemen using fire hoses to put out a fire during a training exercise at the tuberculosis annexe of the Coronation Hospital.
Firemen from the Christchurch Fire Brigade undertaking a fire exercise on the planned burning of the former tuberculosis annexe at Coronation Hospital in Huntsbury.
Scenes of fire exercise by the Christchurch Fire Brigade at the tuberculosis annexe of the Coronation Hospital. [Frames 25 to 27] Two firemen holding a fire hose.
Exterior and grounds of Coronation Hospital in Huntsbury.
Elderly patients and nurses at Coronation Hospital.
S. Munro, Reginald McNaughton and Joseph Gallagher playing golf at Coronation Hospital.
Dr Leslie C. L. Averill at the site of the construction of the new boiler room for Corornation Hospital.
Medical superintendent of Coronation Hospital, Dr T. O. Enticott, with Rev B. G Harkness and Mrs A. Malcolm, receiving a cheque for $250 from W. S. Collins of the Christchurch Battalion of the Boys’...
Group of children and unidentified man with Sir Charles Fergusson, Governor-General of New Zealand (seated left), Dr George Blackmore, Medical Superintendent at Cashmere Sanatorium and Coronation...
Governor-General’s visit to Cashmere Sanatorium, thought to be 14 November 1929. Standing left to right: Sir Charles Fergusson (Governor-General of New Zealand), Lady Alice Fergusson (wife of Sir...
Looking across fields and farms to Coronation Hospital and Cashmere Sanatorium in distance. Large pipes lined up along road in foreground.
Looking toward Cashmere Sanatorium from garden of shrubs and trees where a septic tank may have been. The building corner in left foreground is an electricity substation.
Group of four boys seated on front lawn in front of Coronation Hospital and two boys peaking around corner of hospital building.
View from part-way up the hill at Cashmere Sanatorium. Looking over nearby farms and Beckenham with Southern Alps / Kā Tiritiri o te Moana in background. Centaurus Road and Birdwood Avenue in view.
View looking up hill at Coronation Hospital, Cashmere Sanatorium and Military Sanatorium on crest of hill.
Aerial view of Cashmere Sanatorium and Coronation Hospital complex including the Fresh Air Home and Open Air School. Centaurus Road in foreground.