A cyclist and cars make their way down Office Road, Merivale.
One of the Pearce family wearing a WWI gas mask and army uniform at the Pearce family home Aikmans Road, Merivale about 1919.
Exterior of Merivale Lane Dairy at 64 Merivale Lane in Merivale.
Interior of stock displayed at Kiddey's Toy Centre in Merivale Mall, an additional store to the centre at 687 Colombo Street.
Exterior and signage of Leinster House restaurant, Merivale.
Merivale Autumn 2019.
Stall holders with samples of the food on sale at the Asian Food Fair at Carlton Courts. The entrance to the Māori Restaurant is visible in the background.
Aroha House of Jade at Carlton Courts, 2 Papanui Road.
Earthquake damage to shopfronts, including Quinns, at Merivale.
Exterior view of the Carlton Courts building at the corner of Papanui Road and Bealey Avenue. Harcourts is occupying the retail space on the corner.
My elegant friend, Terry, at the entrance to her upmarket op shop/boutique, 'Deja Vu' in Leinster House, Merivale.
Exterior of Carlton Cellars and Canterbury Fried Chicken at 23 Papanui Road, Merivale.
Police inspecting the scene of a suspected bomb blast outside Canterbury Tales bookshop in the Village Gate Shopping Mall in Merivale.
The window of the Canterbury Tales bookshop in the Village Gate Shopping Mall in Merivale, after a suspected bomb blast.
Exterior of the newly refurbished Mansfield Gardens at 24 Mansfield Avenue, a newly opened retirement home in Merivale.
Dr Brent Savage his wife, Joy, in the drawing room of Mansfield Gardens at 24 Mansfield Avenue in Merivale which has just been opened as a retirement home.
Christmas stalls by the members of the Marylands Ladies’ Auxiliary at Elizabeth House. [Frame 41] V. van Lier, O. Body, M. Henderson.
A group of students sat in their classroom with teacher Mr Rex Johnstone at Heaton Intermediate School.
Exterior and entrance driveway to the Shakespeare Restaurant on Papanui Road in Merivale.
Sign for the Wagon Wheel Bar and Grill above the Carlton Hotel on the corner of Papanui Road and Bealey Avenue.
Margaret McKinlay, originally from Scotland but settled in New Zealand, celebrating 100th birthday at the Nurse Maude Hospital in Merivale.
Close-up of the door to the Salisbury Street Foundation based in Merivale, a half-way house for ex-prisoners.
Portraits of Murray Cree, the board chairman of the Salisbury Street Foundation which is a half-way house for ex-prisoners.