A group of children listening to Margaret Mahy storytelling at Canterbury Public Library as part of the Christchurch Festival.
View of the Milk Vendors' float during the Christchurch Festival Floral Parade travelling along Colombo Street. In the background are crowds of people watching the parade in front of Hannahs and Boots...
Avon Garden Club members with a floral replica of Avonhead Cottage on the banks of the Avon River for the Floral Festival. Norma Tod (centre), from left, Adrienne Buchanan, Catherine Burns, Cath...
A group of children on the Save the Children fund float travelling along Rolleston Avenue as part of the Christchurch Festival Floral parade.
Two men constructing a stage on the pitch at Lancaster Park ahead of the Summer Sounds '84 event.
Exterior of a hexadome house being installed onto its foundations on their site at 280 Memorial Avenue in Burnside. Twenty four triangles and four six sided panels made up the dome frame and are the...
Members of the Star Newspaper team pulling a bus against the Radio 3ZB team in Cathedral Square for the Bus-N-Win bus race.
The Madras Street entrance to the Winter Garden. Next door is the Trade Union Centre building on the corner of Madras Street and Armagh Street.
Exterior of Hogben House, the former teacher training centre at 15 Bealey Avenue on the corner with Carlton Mill Road.
Phillip Norman conducting his "Concerto for 20 Car Horns" to a large crowd in Cathedral Square.
Phillip Norman conducting his "Concerto for 20 Car Horns" to a large crowd in Cathedral Square as part of the Arts Festival.
The first section of Hogben House at 15 Bealey Avenue, on the corner with Carlton Mill Road being loaded on to a trailer to be moved to its new site in Governors Bay.