Exterior of the Rhodes Memorial Convalescent home including the rose garden at 34 Dyers Pass Road, Cashmere.
The garden of F. W. Green at 7 Doreen Street which won first prize in the Christchurch Beautifying Association spring garden competition.
Looking down the drive towards Somerfield Street. There was a tennis court at the back of the section where many tennis parties were held.
A brass band, possibly Sumner Brass Band, playing in gardens.
A keyboard player and a flautist performing at a residential garden. Two Saxophones are also visible next to the players.
Exterior of a residential house and gardens with a performance by a flautist taking place in the background. Several people are visible walking around the garden.
Woman and two dogs in a garden. Woman is keeping the attention of the dogs by holding what appears to be a food treat.
Two women sitting, one with a parasol, and one standing in a garden.
One women seated on ground, two standing and one sitting on a seat in a garden. One woman is older and in mourning dress.
One women seated on ground, one standing and two sitting on seats in a garden. One woman is older and in mourning dress.
One woman standing and two women sitting, one with a parasol, in a garden.
Two women standing, one with a parasol, and one woman sitting in a garden. Buildings are visible in the background.
View of the Curator's House and of a path leading from Rolleston Avenue into the Botanic gardens.
Portrait of an unidentified older bearded man seated in a garden.
View of a two-storied weatherboard house from treed driveway.
View down hedged driveway towards gates and fences. A woman is standing on the right hand side.
Group of seven young men and boys with an older man in a garden by a corrugated iron wall.
Woman seated in a canvas deck chair in a garden in Nelson with a man and another woman holding a basket beside her.
Bridge over the Eel Pond at the Queens Gardens in Nelson. Sections of the water are fenced, possibly for the trout hatchery.
Mr Cliff Vaux on the deck of his home built launch in the garden of his home in Templeton which took him nine years to build.
Portraits of Mrs Marjorie Isabell Reid in the garden of her home on Ashley Gorge Road, after being rescued from beside the Waimakiriri River.
Views of Mr B. A. Thompson, in his garden on Avalon Street, with 42lb salmon he caught at the mouth of the Rakaia River.
Newspaper caption: Heartily Welcomed: Colonel the Hon. R. Heaton Rhodes at Tai Tapu. Proof of the popularity in the Ellesmere electorate of Colonel the Hon. R. Heaton Rhodes, M.P., and appreciation of...