Anzac Day ceremony at the Heathcote War Memorial situated at the intersection of Bridle Path Road, Martindales Road, and Flavell Street.
The Heathcote War Memorial at the intersection of Bridle Path Road, Martindales Road, and Flavell Street with wreaths and flags displayed.
Wreaths being laid at the Heathcote War Memorial at the intersection of Bridle Path Road, Martindales Road, and Flavell Street.
The Dog on the Tuckerbox statue at Snake Gully, just outside of Gundagai, New South Wales. The statue is a tribute to early pioneers in Australia.
A motorcycle parked at Victoria Park.
The Bridge of Remembrance. To the east is the corner of Cashel Street and Oxford Terrace.
Three men, including Stewart Avent on the right, sitting in front of the Memorial to Robert Falcon Scott in the Queenstown Gardens, with one covering his mouth, one his eyes, and Stewart his ears.
Two cows beside the Britomart Monument at Green’s Point, overlooking Akaroa Harbour.
Looking north from Takapūneki towards Green’s Point and the Britomart Monument.
Green’s Point Britomart Monument in Green Point Park with the HMS Challenger visible on the harbour.
Postcard with border around image of Green’s Point Britomart Monument in Green Point Park with the HMS Challenger visible on the harbour.
Compilation of Akaroa images surrounded by Plants on a postcard. Images include Akaroa Harbour landscapes, Akaroa township, a boat, a cannon, a penguin, the Bruce Hotel, a carriage, and bullock wagons...
Compilation of Akaroa images on a postcard. Images include Newtons Waterfall, scullers, Metropole Hotel, Britomart monument, Akaroa Harbour, Nikau Fern Gully, and Madeira Hotel.
Britomart Monument at Green’s Point with HMS New Zealand on Akaroa Harbour in the fog.
View of Green’s Point with the Britomart Monument at the tip, surrounded by Akaroa Harbour.
Green’s Point Britomart Monument in Green Point Park.
Two ships on the Akaroa Harbour, visible on either side of the Britomart Monument at Green’s Point in Akaroa.
From Beautiful Christchurch - a set of postcards containing 8 colour images and 8 black & white, published by Tanner Couch Ltd. 1950s?
I believe it was built by my grandfather W. H. Winsor. My grandfather William (Billy) H. Winsor, who was mayor of Spreydon, City Councillor, cricketer (The Winsor Cup), builder and generally well...
"United States Antarctic Research Program postcard showing LC-130 Hercules, C-141 Starlifter, UH-1N Helicopter and a Ford Tri-motored Monoplane (Floyd Bennett)." - Contributor's note.
Located in Woolston Park, Ferry Road
[Frames 23 and 24] Canterbury Museum archaeologist Michael Trotter standing at the edge of a archaeological dig site at Kaiapoi Pā. [Frames 25 and 26] Kaiapoi Pā memorial monument with a tekoteko...