Arthur Sutton a resident at Wesley Home for the Aged at 21 Dublin Street on the corner with Park Terrace.
Market gardener, John Medley, of Prestons Road, with hail damaged crops.
The top two metal trade apprentices at Christchurch Polytechnic. Garry Long (left) is the top apprentice plumber and Rongopai Rewiti the top panel beating apprentice.
Demonstration of the Hare Traction Splint for use by the St John Ambulance Association. To the right is the splint currently in use, the Thomas-Tauranga splint.
View of the beach at Quail Island.
View of the approach to the wharf at Quail Island from a boat.
"Art installation entitled "300 Steps" at Mount Gay in South Canterbury by sculptor, Morgan Jones."
Christchurch Transport Board bus returning from Rangiora across the Waimakariri Bridge.
The King George Hotel on the north eastern corner of Madras and St Asaph streets.
The Valley Inn, Heathcote.
A group of people gathered around a Christmas smorgasbord lunch at the Christchurch Town Hall Restaurant.
Municipal Electricity Department engineering officer, Brian Enright and lineman, Danny Vis inspecting an electrical fault.
Interior view of a dining area looking through to a kitchen in an apartment at Cranmer Courts on the corner of Kilmore and Montreal Streets.
Two woman are offered samples of drink at Barkers Wines, Geraldine.
Children at the Starlets Christmas party at Christchurch Town Hall. A person dressed as a clown is to the right.
"Heather Guthrie, sister of Richard Ashford who is the owner of Hands Ashford NZ Ltd, demonstrating the "Elizabeth" spinning wheel on sale at the store on Normans Road, Merivale."
Santa Claus holding a comb and scissors and surrounded by Christmas decorations.
View of crowds of shoppers along High Street including families. In the background is the Dainty Inn Milk Bar and other shops including Glassons and Hannahs.
A child, Keri Price, holding Christmas presents including a DIC bag with a teddy bear inside.
James LeCouteur sitting in a toy car with Christmas shopping in a central city shop.
Tania and Brent Clough with toys at The Star wishing well. The toys have been donated and will be distributed to homes and organisations for those less fortunate in and around Christchurch.
Michael Norris, age 4, learning to drive an excavator digger at Drive World at QEII Park.
Policeman playing bagpipes at the Starlets Christmas Party at the Christchurch Town Hall. Families and children are sat in the audience.