Scenes of The Chapta performing at Mojos Nitespot on the corner of Gloucester Street and Chancery Lane in central Christchurch.
Frame one is of a group of youth sat on grass outside during a camp. Frames two and three are of two youths playing the guitar in a bunk room at the camp. Remaining frames are portraits of some of the...
Antiques dealer, Tom Stein, with a Broadwood piano from 1828 in his antique shop in Sydenham. The piano was discovered in an antique shop in Little River.
Performer Joe Tamaira (left) with band members (from left) Jon Wallace, Keri Marriner, Steven Days and Bonnie Kaukau at the Polynesian Performing Arts Centre. The centre is part of the Polynesian...
Domestic interior showing piano. The interior includes song sheet, dresser, fireplace (obscured), pictures and ceiling lighting.
A large crowd of children waving during the "Christchurch Star" annual starlets Christmas party in Abberley Park. Frame four shows a performer on stage during the party.
Three women under the trees in a garden. One lies on a hammock, the second is seated in a wicker chair and the third is seated on the ground, holding a banjo. Books and a sewing bag are strewn on the...
Scenes of crowds of children and families attending the "Christchurch Star" annual starlets Christmas party in Abberley Park. Frame two shows performers on stage during the party.
Portraits of Felicity Bunt, flautist and finalist in the Civic Music Council concerto competition.
Interior of a room with many pictures and decorations. A man is seated next to a piano.
Newspaper caption: This photograph is published at the request of the Choir, who had it taken in order that they might present Herr Wieleart with an autographed copy in memory of the very pleasant...
The Christchurch Banjo, Mandoline and Guitar Orchestra, 1907.. Pictured (Left to Right) are: Back Row - Mr W.B. Robinson, Mr J. Watkin (Secretary), Mr Roach, Mr Hough, Mr A.W. Winston, Mrs D...
Pictured (Left to Right) are: Back Row - Mr W.B. Robinson, Mr J. Watkin (Secretary), Mr Roach, Mr Hough, Mr A.W. Winston, Mrs D. Harrison, Mr A. Sey, Mr J. Prinsep. Second Row - Mr W. Woods, Mr B...
Band Sergeant Bob Baker, of the Adding Workshops Brass Band, accepts a B-flat bass instrument from workshop manager, Ivan Sellers.
Ivan Sellers, workshop manager, tries one of the B-flat bass instruments presented to Band Sergeant, Bob Baker, of the Addington Workshops Brass Band.
The 1st Canterbury Regimental Band during their centennial at Lancaster Park.
Defyd Williams, front right, musical director conducting the 1st Canterbury Regimental Band at the King Edward Barracks.
The 1st Canterbury Regimental Band during a visit to Sydney.
The 1st Canterbury Regimental Band at Tekapo. In the front centre is Defyd Williams, the musical director.
Defyd Williams, the musical director of the Canterbury Regimental Band.
David Burrows with bagpipes at the Scottish Society Hall.
Newspaper caption: Young Christchurch musician, Miss Barker, frequently played with the Exhibition orchestra, as a harpist.
"Located in Christchurch this band played on radio station 3YA in the 1930s." - Contributor's note