Watercolour painting of Thunbergia grandiflora Roxbg.
A. Bull, a registered plumber, demonstrates how to fix a leaking tap to K. Power, H. Young and H.C. Greenwood.
The Town Hall service station with the Tom Thumb carwash. Seen from Colombo Street.
View from a car looking south down Colombo Street past clearway parking zones next to shops including Glassons, a butchers and a tearooms.
Bishopdale School pupils jogging down Greers Road to raise money for their school library.
View of a car parked in a clearway zone on Colombo Street looking North towards Cathedral Square.
Intersection of Colombo Street and Cashel Street.
A traffic officer and a scooter parked in a clearway zone on Lichfield Street. Looking west towards the intersection with Colombo Street.
Joy McAlister examining golf balls at the International Sports Co (NZ) Ltd plant, Woolston.
Statue of William Sefton Moorhouse in the Botanic Gardens.
Close-up of a section depicting youth on the Citizens War Memorial in Cathedral Square.
View of lion statue at the Bridge of Remembrance on the corners of Cashel Street, Oxford and Cambridge Terraces.
View of people boating on the Waimakariri River.
Jan Harper, the South Island's only female butcher.
Statue on the side of the door at the chamber of commerce, Worcester Street and Oxford Terrace.
Bronze depiction of pilgrims landing at Lyttelton on the base of the Queen Victoria Statue in Victoria Square.
Joan Collett, Christchurch's pioneer industrial archaeologist with a map of Christchurch.
A large afternoon tea event for older adults inside a hanger at Wigram Air Base.
Exterior of Jubilee Hospital for the Aged at 2 Jubilee Street in Woolston.
Items discovered by industrial archaeologist Joan Collett at Luke Adams pottery on Colombo Street. They include a jeweller's crucible for gold or silver work, toy bricks and metal slates for stamping...
Battery powered Enfield car produced by Amalgamated Batteries Limited, Woolston.
A battery powered Enfield car at Amalgamated Batteries Limited, Woolston.