Mansur Addison, 4, climbing on a Llew Summers sculpture.
Trevor Cross, Frank Pugsley, and Ron Rice assemble the mould for the crankcases at Canterbury Engineering.
Edna Piano with Matalena Fauea and Faasalga Ioane at the opening of the Samoan Congregational Christchurch Church refurbished hall.
Young people gathered outside the Heathcote County Council offices to petition for a bicycle moto-cross track in the area. In the foreground is 13 year old Darrell Pearce, New Zealand BMX Champion...
A rider, Miss Sue Morrish, dressed as a knight riding on a horse, Nordick, through Helmores Lanes, North Hagley Park for the filming of a commercial for a Christchurch firm.
Karen Bruce, one of the organisers of the festival of the North Canterbury Machine Knitters Society, with winning soft toys at the festival in the Horticultural Hall.
Taken from above, a view down to the Samoan Congregational Christian Church Hall in Woolston during a traditional banquet to mark the opening of the hall.
Workmen hoisting a 70,000 litre cream silo into position at the Tai Tapu Dairy Company plant on Moorhouse Avenue as part of upgrading works.
Exterior of Woolston Public Library on Ferry Road.
Demolition of the Salvation Army citadel on Victoria Street near Victoria Square.
Major Ron Manning of the Salvation Army amidst the demolished old citadel.
View of the atrium exhibition area inside the Robert McDougall Art Gallery.
Students from Parkview School at the Robert McDougall Art Gallery being taught about modern art by Project Employment Programme teacher Mr Gerald Perrott.
Edward Armstrong outside the Robert McDougall Art Gallery. Armstrong was the winner of a competition to design the McDougall Art gallery in 1928.
Exterior of the Robert McDougall Art Gallery in the Botanic Gardens with the bronze figure of Mnemosyne sculpture in the foreground.
Members of a group of former Woodend Primary School pupils at the Christchurch Town Hall. They participate in a reunion meeting every June and December.
The interior of the Salvation Army citadel on Victoria Street near Victoria Square during demolition.
Carmen Abela quality checking a garment at Outbak Leatherware's manufacturing premises at 4 Riccarton Road.
Lyttelton Borough councillor, Nita Miles, collecting money for the inquiry into the LPG pipeline.
Cathode reduction shell for Tiwai Point aluminium smelter produced at Andersons Engineering, Curries Road, ready to be transported via a NZ Express transporter truck.
Truck carrying a cathode reduction shell, produced at Andersons Engineering on Curries Road, bound for Tiwai Point.