Chris Allen operating the lighting system at the Court Theatre in the Christchurch Arts Centre.
Multi-sport goal posts at the Christchurch Teachers Training College, Ilam. Kicking a ball is Brent Rees.
Keith Fosberg with a polythene tetroon to monitor air pollution dispersal at the site of the proposed Aramoana aluminium smelter.
Poster announcing march time and location to protest the 1981 South African Springbok rugby tour of New Zealand.. The poster features silhouette image of demonstrators with banners and signs. Image...
Poster announcing march time and location to protest the 1981 South African Springbok rugby tour of New Zealand. The poster features capitalised black text against a yellow background. Full text from...
Poster announcing time, location and topic for the Workers’ Educational Association (WEA) Friday Forum event. 1981 South African Springbok rugby tour of New Zealand. The poster features capitalised...
Scenes of actor David Copeland in the spotlight as the Elephant Man in a performance at the Court Theatre.
Exterior of a Honda Civic wagon car on the Armagh Street bridge leading to Hagley Park.
Student from Avonside Girls' High School, Leanne Wright, practicing on the beam ahead of the Christchurch secondary schoolgirls' gymnastics and trampoline championships at Cowles Stadium.
Portraits of Mary Baker, chairwoman of the Christchurch-based Coalition Against the Tour.
Matron at Coronation Hospital, Mrs A. Malcolm (centre) with Mrs Jennie Farmer (left) and Mr G. R. Humm the assistant house manager with a waterbed in the hospital. Mrs Farmer and her husband donated...
Portraits of John Huddleston, author of a book on the Baha'i faith, "The Earth Is But One Country", during a visit to Christchurch to deliver a talk.
Views of Carl Pockson with his slot car collection at his home in Kawau Terrace in Bromley. Carl is attempting to break a world distance record for slot car racing.
Crowds listening to speeches at the National day of shame Springbok rugby tour protest rally in Victoria Square.
Student from Sacred Heart College, Barbi Burridge, participating in the National day of shame Springbok rugby tour protest rally through the streets of central Christchurch.
Portraits of Mrs Janice Richards, a life member of the New Zealand Marching Association and chief judge at the Canterbury centre.
Portraits of Mr J. E. Humpreys, a retiring employee of Woolworths New Zealand Ltd.
Scenes of police and protesters clashing at Lancaster Park during the National day of shame Springbok rugby tour protests.
Portraits of Daniel Quilatan, appointed as the food supervisor for Christchurch Hospital and former kitchen and dining room supervisor at the United States White House.
Views of a recreated cell and cell peephole at the Police Museum on the third floor of the central Christchurch Police Station. Frames one and two are of Constable Barry Thomson looking through the...
A large tuna weighing 109kg at Fendalton Fish Supply. With the fish is the owner of the shop Mr Barry Mather (left) and Mr Andy Busson shop staff member.