Three generations of the Edmonds family at the Thomas Edmonds Restaurant, in the Thomas Edmonds band rotunda on Cambridge Terrace. Pictured (from left) are Ray Edmonds, his granddaughter, Miriam...
Two men, the Driscoll Bros of Fullers' Theatre Company, in a rowboat on the Avon River in Hagley Park.
Two women with prams and young children seated on the bank of the Avon River looking towards Cambridge Terrace.
View of an unidentified older woman with a baby and young child on doorstep of a house.
A family of two adults and eight children posing on a picnic rug including adults, children and a baby.
Man and six children standing on front steps of a house with bicycles in the yard and a flagpole and water barrel in the foreground.
A woman and children on the front steps of a weatherboard house.
A woman, girl and two children with bicycle on a driveway area.
Man, two women and a child in two rowboats on the Avon River near the Botanic Gardens footbridge.
Woman and two children in a rowboat on the Avon River near the Botanic Gardens footbridge.
A man with a woman and child in a rowboat with another woman in a canoe on the Avon River near the Botanic Gardens footbridge.
Edith Edwards, 100, cuts her birthday cake with her niece, Freda Edwards and great-great niece, Kirstie MacMillan at Holly Lea residential home in Fendalton.
Dawn Jack (left), Torino Lyne and children outside the flats behind the fire headquarters where they live to be closer to their husbands' work at the Central Fire Station at 200 Kilmore Street.
Brent McKeown and his two children Scott and Lisa watching a burning balloon during the What Now television programme home made balloon launch at Hagley Park.
Newspaper caption: Two Golden Weddings celebrated in the Ellesmere District: Mr and Mrs Snell, who celebrated their golden wedding on October 31st are well known at Leeston, where they have resided...
Newspaper caption: Two Golden Weddings celebrated in the Ellesmere District: Mr and Mrs Bray, who were married in Cornwall, arrived in New Zealand about twenty-nine years ago, and took up their...
Newspaper caption: Mr John Rennie, Mr Austin Warrington, Miss Jean Rennie, the Bride, Miss Rennie, the Bridegroom, Mr Murch, Miss Agnes Rennie.
Newspaper caption: Mrs J. McKay of Doyleston, her son D. McKay, his daughter, Mrs Young and great-grandson.
Newspaper caption: Mr and Mrs Job Osborne, of Idris road, Fendalton, Christchurch, who for nearly fifty years were residents of Doyleston, during which time Mr Osborne took a prominent part in all...
Newspaper caption: The eldest of the group is Mr John Lambie, of Lakeside, farmer, who was born in the parish of Craigie, Ayrshire, Scotland, on March 24th 1811. He came to Canterbury in 1865, and...