Exterior of Belfast Traders second hand store at 774 Main North Road in Belfast, on the corner with Cassidy Place.
Aerial view of Northlands Shopping Mall and car park looking from Main North Road with Harewood Road to the left. Behind the Mall is Papanui High School.
Kim Joyce's Christening at St Joseph's Parish Church. Left - right: Ra Brown, his wife Sue. Kim's father George Morete, myself, Pip Joyce, holding Kim. St Joseph's on main North Rd, has been...
Exterior of Roundabout Records in the Roundabout Arcade at 10 Main North Road, Papanui.
North Christchurch Jaycees, some on scaffolding, painting the exterior of Waimairi County Council Community Services Centre on Main North Road.
Interior of the Sequoia Room restaurant, with food set out buffet style, at the DB Redwood Court Motor Hotel on Main North Road, Redwood.
Mr Kevin Keenan with sweets display in the Foodstuffs supermarket on Main North Road, Papanui.
Exterior of Meadow Dairy at 136 Main North Road in Papanui. An advertisement for Hutton's bacon ham and small goods is painted above the entrance.
The opening of a Christchurch Free Kindergarten at Redwood. [Frames 14 and 15] Laura Ingram and Brian Talboys.
Members of marching groups on Main North Road.
Exterior of the Northside Theatre at 39 Main North Road in Papanui.
Manager of Countdown supermarket on Main North Road, Mr Bruce Hardy, with a sign directing striking rubber workers from Firestone to place their food orders. The supermarket is providing food vouchers...
Children playing netball at St Bede’s College during Hui Aranga, the Easter festival organised by the Māori Roman Catholic Mission.
People sitting on benches and windowsills at St Bede’s College during Hui Aranga, the Easter festival organised by the Māori Roman Catholic Mission.
Families viewing a Dutch street barrel organ at Northlands Shopping Centre. Man with a leather bag over his shoulder stands at the entrance to the back of the organ. Signs visible on organ advertising...
Views of Brian Keeley, a National Party candidate, cleaning graffiti from a billboard featuring himself on Main North Road near the Styx overbridge.
Views of Reverend W. Kier, minister of the Christchurch North Presbyterian Church and Father Consedine, curate at St Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church, organising a Starve In at Northlands shopping...
Views of Foodstuffs’ new warehouse in Papanui, the biggest food warehouse in the South Island, which is being opened on 27 March 1971.
Interior views of Foodstuffs’ new warehouse in Papanui, the biggest food warehouse in the South Island, which is being opened on 27 March 1971.
Views of the St Bede’s College sports day during the junior hurdles race.
Views of Wayne Thomas demonstrating an aluminium foil blanket.