Beaver award winners, Margaret Wood and Elizabeth Bennett.
Views of Alison Turnbull and Margaret Martin.
Views of Girl Guides, Dale Smith, Alison Baker, and nurse, Pat Smith.
Brownies saluting outside ChristChurch Cathedral in Cathedral Square during the Thinking Day Service. The service is where the Guides renew their promise, shared by Brownies and Rangers.
Passengers, including Girl Guides, sheltering from the rain in a goods wagon after evacuating the railway station due to bomb scare. The station received an anonymous call at 9.50am saying a bomb had...
Girl Guides erecting a tent in a paddock in Brookside as part of a residential training camp where attendees leave basic survival skills. Pictured from left are Susan Cook, Susan Latimer and Jackie...
Members of the 29th Canterbury Brownie Pack presenting a handmade quilt to Caroline Cartwright (left) of the Cancer Society outside the Society's day room. At the rear are are Mrs Margaret Wright, the...
Girl Guide camp at Cracroft House
Portraits of Mrs Derek Parker Bowles, Commonwealth chief commissioner of the Girl Guides’ Association.
A group of Girl guides and Brownies in uniform assemble for the Anzac Day parade at 301 Halswell Road. In the foreground is a person holding the Anzac day service of remembrance programme.
View of a large crowd gathered along Halswell Road during the Anzac Day memorial service. Holding flags are representatives from Cashmere High School, Boys Brigade, Girl guides and Scouts.
View of Nicola Moore and Lynn Carrington, Brownies, with their awards.
Desiree Adlam holds the special standard of the Guides' Chief Commissioner outside ChristChurch Cathedral in Cathedral Square during the Thinking Day Service. The service is where the Guides renew...
Girl Guides evacuating train station following a bomb scare at the Christchurch Railway Station. The station received an anonymous call at 9.50am saying a bomb had been planted on board the train.
Girl Guides and Rangers, Angela Soper (far left), Brownie leader Sue Grigor (centre) and Ranger Katheryn Holland (right) with children at their stall as part of the Women on the Move event at...
Anne Irving leading guides on a tramp at the Girl Guide Jamboree at Lake Okatiana.
Girl Guides changing a tyre as part of the Guiding programme.
Emily Styles and Carmen Boniface selling Girl Guide biscuits on a residential street.
Brownie commissioner J. S. Poulton with Brownies from the 18th Christchurch St Peter's Pack, Cindy Burns, and Fiona and Anne Lawson,as they receive the first copies of the new Brownie Handbook.
A well attended turnout for this event nearly 40 years ago. The Akaroa Silver Band leads the way followed close behind by members of the R S A, Sea Scouts, Cubs, Girl Guides and Brownies.
Christchurch Rangers, Rosemary Bartlett, Bridget Edward, and Kirsten Mackay serving tea and toast to morning commuters in Cathedral Square to raise money for children of the Sudan and Bangladesh.
Portraits of Girl Guide Association national secretary, Marie Iles, sitting at a desk wearing a uniform.
Cotswold Brownie Pack presenting Mary Iles with cheques.
Cotswold Brownie Pack on fence outside New Zealand Guiding Headquarters located in Herrick House on Armagh Street.