Rosemary Patterson and Rachel Te Nahu of Te Waipounamu College who performed at the Okains Bay Waitangi Day celebrations.
A Morris 1100 plunging over a cliff at Halswell quarry being filmed for Roadshow 82, a road safety film.
Residents at Coronation Hospital with the new raised garden installed for the residents on Centaurus Road in Cashmere. Pictured are, from left, Bert Castle, Dick Williams and Cyril Williams.
Sydenham Park Car Sales car yard at 541 Colombo Street.
Engineering Manager of McKay Engineering, J. Mann, in a skylift outside the factory on Ferry Road.
Illegal advertising sign for fish and chips attached to the back of a car parked on Pages Road, Wainoni.
Chairman of the Canterbury Youth Groups Promotion Council Mrs J. Hay (centre) with, from left, Catherine McLachlan, Kate Husband, Lee McIntyre, Glen McConnell, Darryl Forsyth, Christine Parsons...
Mr H. G. Hay, Mayor of Christchurch and Mr Ian Hunt, manager of Maximart Discount Department Store, in the Man's Shop section of the store shortly after the official opening in Shirley.
Firemen on the roof of the assembly hall at Hillmorton High School following a fire started by contractors burning paint of weather-boards.
Attendees of the Country Women's Institutes Golden Jubilee luncheon holding up the banners of various branches.
Dr Sam Adshead discusses enrollment with Craig Berry at the University of Canterbury.
A group of hostellers outside on the grounds of the Cora Wilding hostel in Richmond.
Mairehau Scout group members participating in a tug-of-war. Pictured are, Matthew Mills in front, with Matthew Charlies behind him and Michael Smith in the back.
Aranui Scout group members with examples of knot tying including a cart and rope swing.
Aunt Hilda being presented with an album by Sue Smith (left) and Denise Fletcher to celebrate her 16 years with The Star. Sue Smith is a former Starlet.
Cousin Thea (left) and Aunt Hilda at a typewriter preparing the Starlet pages for the The Star newspaper. In the background and drawings and paintings sent in by children across the Christchurch area.
Ian Tie, Computer operator, sorting magnetic tapes at Databank which are used to store processed cheques from banks.
Interior of the main atrium area of the Canterbury Public Library with decorative fabric panels hanging from the ceiling, designed by Christchurch artist Quentin MacFarlane.
Exterior of the Canterbury Public Library lit up at night taken from the opposite side of the Gloucester Street bridge looking towards the intersection between Gloucester Street and Oxford Terrace.
View of the directory boards and signage being viewed by customers in the main entrance to the Canterbury Public Library.
View of two library staff, Jill Richardson (on left) and Kathy Beauchamp (on right), behind an information desk in the Canterbury Public Library on Gloucester Street.
Canterbury Public Library staff, Chris Grob and Bill Nagelkerke with a stray dog. The dog was determined to enter the Library on opening day so staff were put on dog watch duty whilst the Governor...
Mark Hall, a binder for Canterbury Public Library, demonstrating book binding at the library's public open day.
View of the interior spaces in the Canterbury Public Library with views over Gloucester Street, shortly after opening.