Views of the Town Hall construction.
Views of Alan Jones with provisions for his pole sitting fundraiser.
Views of Jan Shaw, Miss Canterbury.
Views of rubbish collection truck and workers.
Portraits of Lord Peter Carrington, chairman of the Australia and New Zealand Bank.
Views of Reverend Maurice Goodall.
Views of Klaas, Geertje and Nicky Scholtens.
Portraits of Tim McDonald.
Portraits of Paul Fitzsimmons.
Views of Australian Davis Cup tennis player, John Alexander.
Views of vandalism at The Scene club on Tuam Street.
Views of the Canterbury Centre swimming and diving championships at Centennial Pool. Pictured in frame 1 is Anne Hornbrook.
Portraits of Miss Maggie Haydon, a social worker from the United States of America, during a visit to Christchurch.
Portraits of Miss Elizabeth Wordie, senior welfare officer at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Adelaide, during a visit to Christchurch.
Members of the Canterbury Society of Model and Experimental Engineers working with miniature steam engines at the model engineering exhibition at Andrews Crescent in Spreydon.
Portraits of Mr Frank Bryden, former chief officer of the Kaiapoi Volunteer Fire Brigade.
Portraits of Mr W. G. Croll, chairman of the Mountain Search and Rescue Co-ordinating Committee for the Christchurch police district.
Views of Mr Robert Jack with his bicycle and umbrella he uses during his travel around the world, covering over 100,000 miles in 12 years.
Portraits of Mr A. I. Garriock, District Superintendent of the Transport Ministry.
Portraits of Mrs A. D. Vickers, originally of Waimate who has lived in Scotland and in Portugal, during a visit to Christchurch to visit family.
Views of Bruce Thompson from Darfield High School during a game against Wayne Bush of Oxford at the Country High Schools' tennis tournament at Wilding Park in Linwood.
Views of Mr L. Piper of Greenpark in Lincoln, packing Canada geese ahead of transporting them to the North Island as part of a game bird breeding programme.
Portraits of Nuku Smiler, a champion sheep sheerer aged 11 ahead of performing demonstrations at sheep shearing contests at Canterbury Court.
Views of a car, owned by Mr Jeff Turner and his wife, which they have decorated to promote Northland New Zealand as a tourist destination. The text on the side of the car reads "For New Zealand's Best...