J. Dykes at the control panel of a closed circuit television unit at the Christchurch Teachers College.
Confiscated crayfish traps being unloaded at Lyttelton from fishery patrol launch, HMNZS Haku.
The debris of the Fleming and Co flour mill on Deans Avenue in Riccarton being cleared away following a fire.
The new fire engine outside the Central Fire Station at 200 Kilmore Street.
The annex at the former tuberculosis sanatorium at Cashmere on fire, which was deliberately set alight to be used in a training exercise for firefighters.
The fire dying out after the former tuberculosis sanatorium at Cashmere was deliberately set alight for use in a training exercise for firefighters.
Watercolour painting of Peperomia carperata Yurfker.
Watercolour painting of Peperomia marmorata ‘Silver Heart’.
Watercolour painting of Peperomia obtusifolia (L.) A.Dietr.
Watercolour painting of Peperomia verschaffeltii Lem.
Watercolour painting of Campelia zanonia (L.) H.B.K.
Watercolour painting of Codiaeum 'Mona Lisa'.
HMNZS Inverell (M233) berthed at Lyttelton port.
Views of junk shop interior with items on display.
Photographs of interior and exterior of junk shop.
Framed painting by French artist Laurent Joseph Olivier hanging in a shop. The portrait is of Justine Delcour and was painted in 1844.
Views of Eric Simons and Dick O’Callaghan competing in a billiards match.
Views of the St Andrew’s College old boys team playing rugby against the college first 15.
Ann Archer using a telex machine installed in the telegraph section of the post office.
M. J. Paulger, K. E. Swann, D. A. Andrews, H. R. Peers, J. A. Boyd, and J. Fry inspecting the construction of the George Manning Home for the Aged in Spreydon.
Views of Graeme Dingle and Jill Tremain with alpine equipment on their car.
Views of the St Mary’s Parish School fundraiser fair. [Frame 2] Michael Wyatt and Bernard Lagan. [Frame 3] Jan Hennessy, Marie Kerkvliet, and Sarah Thomas.
Views of the St Mary’s Parish School fundraiser fair. [Frame 7] Joseph Lenihan and David Wyatt.
Lyn Nicholl sitting on a couch with her daughter, Jane,