A team of students carrying out a stretcher drill in an ambulance as part of the St John Ambulance competitions at Hagley High School. Pictured are Ian Paul (left), Frank Watson (obscured), David Cain...
Television New Zealand films a mock accident on the corner of Hagley Avenue and Selwyn Street for the episode of "Traffic in a World of Play" .
Exterior of the main building and grounds at Hagley High School at 510 Hagley Avenue formerly founded as Christchurch West High School in 1858.
6th Form pupil at Hagley High School, Simon Underwood, in the newly built school computer room sat at a BBC unit computer. Other pupils working on computers are visible in the background.
This scene was photographed by my father and features a PA Vauxhall Velox with bicycle protruding from the boot. Hospital corner is at the intersection of Hagley & Riccarton Avenues and Tuam Street.
Aerial view of Christchurch Hospital Buildings along Riccarton Avenue to the intersection with Hagley Avenue. Looking across to the Botanic Gardens and Hagley Park.
South Hagley Park seen from the corner of Hagley Avenue and Riccarton Road.
Aerial view of the central city looking towards Christchurch Hospital and Hagley Park from Montreal Street with Tuam Street leading to the corner with Hagley Avenue and on to Riccarton Avenue.
Aerial view of Christchurch Hospital during construction next to Hagley Park and the Botanic Gardens between Cambridge Terrace and Riccarton Avenue. The Avon River is visible in the centre in front of...
Aerial view of Christchurch Hospital under construction looking south west along Hagley Avenue. The Avon River runs in the foreground with Oxford Terrace. Tuam and St Asaph Streets are to the left...
Power pole outside houses on Hagley Avenue.
Power poles outside houses on Bealey Avenue.
A group of girls performing a gymnastics display for the official party and guests at the opening of the new gymnasium at Hagley High School.
View taken during a flight over Christchurch Hospital along Riccarton Avenue, with the intersection with Hagley Avenue at the bottom centre.
Traffic Officer Peter Buzzard at the intersection between Riccarton Avenue and Hagley Avenue outside the Christchurch Hospital.
View of medical graduates at Christchurch Hospital. Pictured are Veronica O Toole, Jill Mackenzie, Ros Potts, Viven Dobson, Lucy Twyneham, Susan Lee, D Beckinham, J Newton, K Alderton, Debbie Harrop...
Hagley High School students, head girl Leonie Creamer and head boy Robin Vesty, with Professor J. B. Condliffe and former principal C. A. Noble standing on the steps of the entrance to the main...
Views of the Jesus for Christchurch Movement rally at Hagley High School. [Frames 9a, 10a and 11a] Singers and musicians performing on stage in front of the crowd.
Views of the Jesus for Christchurch Movement rally at Hagley High School. [Frame 20a] Partly obscured sign reading “Open Air Campaigners” is visible on the side on the stage. [Frames 21a and 22a]...
Views of the Jesus for Christchurch Movement rally at Hagley High School. [Frames 5a, 6a and 7a] Speaker (possibly Mr M. Thompson, an evangelist from Auckland) standing on stage in front of the crowd.
Views of the crowd at the Jesus for Christchurch Movement rally at Hagley High School.
Portraits of Morrie Campbell, a skydiver who survived a 2700ft plunge, at Christchurch Hospital.
"St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church original site. Corner of Oxford Terrace and Tuam Street." - Contributor's note.