Members of the Christchurch Civic Trust and the Mona Vale committee examining dismantled parts of the Peacock Fountain ahead of restoration works. Pictured are, from left, Mayor N. G. Pickering, Cr R...
Watercolour painting of Aphelandra chamissoniana Nees.
University students waiting in the Christchurch Star office for their exam results which will be printed in the newspaper.
Deborah Mason, 10, an entrant in the girls fancy dress contest at the Carnival.
Mark Simmons and Maxine Dowber build a sand sculpture on New Brighton Beach.
A girl stands next to the bulb inside the Godley Head lighthouse.
Steps leading down to the lighthouse at Godley Head.
Lighthouse keeper, Brian Gray, with his wife Thelma, and their three children, Lesley, Kelly, and Maria.
Interior of Godley Head lighthouse lighting system.
Exterior of the Lighthouse keeper's cottage at Godley Head.
View from the interior of Godley Head lighthouse.
Brian Gray, Godley Head chief lighthouse keeper, inspecting a bulb inside the Godley Head lighthouse.
View of central city, looking south from Cambridge Terrace. In the foreground is the Avon River with the Thomas Edmonds Band Rotunda, lower left.
Crowd at the Benson and Hedges International women's tennis tournament at Wilding Park in Linwood.
Exterior of Shackel Meats, New Brighton shopping centre.
The Peacock Fountain prior to being dismantled in 1949.
View of the entrance to the newly constructed George Manning Home by the Manchester Unity Homes Trust Board at 147 Lyttelton Street in Spreydon.
View of the George Manning Home courtyard area being landscaped during the construction of the home at 147 Lyttelton Street, Spreydon.
The interior of the new Simons Bakery Ltd factory at 9 Raycroft Street, Waltham.