Protesters outside the Bruce Hotel in Akaroa demonstrating to keep the Hotel open. The crowd are listening to the MP for Lyttelton, T.M. McGuigan.
Deputy Mayor Harold P. Smith (centre) at the officially opening of a display centre for the Aged People's Welfare Council at 81 Cambridge Terrace. Pictured with the Deputy Mayor are Betty Webb, J...
Collie-Spaniel cross responsible for stealing door mats and other miscellaneous articles in McBratney’s Road.
[Frames 16 to 18] Unidentified woman with child on space ship ride. [Frames 19 to 21] Mrs G. Carr sitting down with children and balloons.
Judy Craven standing on steps of unidentified theatre in a costume helmet with calvary sword and Battle of Waterloo medal to promote a film screening in the theatre. Thought to be the motion picture...
Dick Motz bowling ball in cricket match and batsman Cran Bull waiting to run.
83-year-old Mrs M. Bligh (seated) of Edinburgh is visiting her three daughters in Christchurch for a six month stay. The three daughters are, from left: Mrs E. Thomson, Mrs M. Penman and Mrs N. Scott.
Rev J. F. B. Keith looking at damage done by vandals to altar area of St Peter’s Anglican Church, Church Corner, Upper Riccarton.
Damage done by vandals to nativity scene in St Peter’s Anglican Church, Church Corner, Upper Riccarton.
Miss Masako Ishikawa, aged 27, was hostess to the hockey teams competing in the 1964 Tokyo Olympic Games. She is visiting New Zealand.
Canterbury Museum’s library archivist, Mr J. C. Wilson (left), and the honorary keeper of the library, Mr P. J. Skellerup (right) with copies of the rare book “Aurora Australis”.
The Very Rev Michael Underhill, the Dean of Christchurch, working with a sheepdog called Glen inside ChristChurch Cathedral as part of Christmas celebrations.
Celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary, Mr Henry Sturge and Mrs Olive Sturge of 14 Roseberry Street, Spreydon
Group of teachers from Vaimoso Primary School in Western Samoa thought to be standing in front Sister Eveleen Barklie Retreat House at Sumner.
Painting by C. F. Goldie entitled “Rakapa, an Arawa Chieftainess” and added to the Robert McDougall Art Gallery collection.
Award winners for Superstar ‘70 event held at the Theatre Royal. Tap Heperi (Entertainer of the Year award) and Christine Smith (female award).
Award winner for Superstar ‘70 event held at the Theatre Royal. Tap Heperi (Entertainer of the Year award).
Christine Smith, winner of the female award, singing and playing guitar at Superstar ‘70 in the Theatre Royal.
Tap Heperi, winner of the ‘Entertainer of the Year’ award, singing at Superstar ‘70 in the Theatre Royal.
Award winner for Superstar ‘70 event held at the Theatre Royal. Christine Smith (female award).
16-year-old Peter Hicks, picking raspberries for employer Anthony Harrow of Lower Styx Road.
Mr and Mrs R. M. Mugford of Aylesbury celebrating 65 years of married life.
Mr A. J. Robb, publicity officer from Ferrymead, with a display of phonographs, gramophones, and a small barrel organ. From left, they are the Home, the Gem and the Standard.
Young girl out shopping during Christmas shopping period.