Barbara Chapman, one of the organisers of Orientation Week, completes a display at the University of Canterbury.
Graffiti on a wall in front of the University of Canterbury registry building.
Group of university students dressed up as pirates and drinking around a decorated 1952 Austin A40 car with a sail attached, named the Sloth Mobile.
Dr C. Hooker operating a radio machine that grows crystals
Views of the retiring Commissioner of Works for Canterbury, D.A. Lane, planting a tree at the University of Canterbury, Ilam.
Students, Terry Williamson and Chris O'Reilly in their "Sloth Mobile".
Mark Kunnen, Hamish Coop and Eugene Elisara stand outside the Student Union building at the University of Canterbury.
Views of the wood panelled stairway and the exterior of the new School of Forestry at the University of Canterbury in Ilam.
Sculpture work for the grounds surrounding newly constructed buildings by Rosemary Johnson at the Christchurch Teachers College, Ilam.
The remains of a burnt classroom building at Westburn School at 257 Waimairi Road, Ilam.
View of Atlantic petrol pumps at Ilam Services Limited on the corner of Ilam Road and Clyde Road.
Fire at the School of Fine Arts, University of Canterbury, Ilam.
Firefighters inspecting the burnt remains of the School of Fine Arts, University of Canterbury, Ilam following a fire which swept through the building.
Mr Gilbert, the South Island customer engineering manager with IBM, checks a computer terminal at an exhibition in the student union building, Ilam. The exhibition is part of a conference of the New...
Frames one to three are of Professor P. J. McKelvey head of the School of Forestry at the University of Canterbury in Ilam. Remaining frame are of the interior of the new school facilities.
Views of the interior and wood panelled stairways at the new School of Forestry at the University of Canterbury in Ilam.
View of Mrs D. McGimpsey, head of the home economics course at the Teachers' College, helping to move into the new classroom space at Ilam. With her is Dr A. H. W. Harte, vice principal of the...
Portrait of Mr Frank Lee, a journalism student at the University of Canterbury who was the first to come to New Zealand under the Aspac Scheme (Asian and Pacific Council).
Substation on the corner of Fendalton Road and Clyde Road.
Members of Alf's Imperial Army confront members of KAOS at the University of Canterbury orientation.
Property constructed for Miss Margaret (Reta) Kernaghan by M L Paynter.
A. Lateef, president of the Fijian Students Society at the University of Canterbury, with the ingredients for a feast to celebrate the independence of Fiji.
A group of men digging a lovo to celebrate the independence of Fiji.
Barbara Poulsen and Annette Horsnell in the women’s 100 metres at the University of Canterbury Amateur Athletic Club meeting at Ilam.