Exterior of the New Zealand Postal Services building on Hereford Street taken from Worcester Street. A carpark is visible in the foreground.
Margaret Zuurfeld of the New Zealand Post Office, with letters from children to be sent to Santa Claus.
Johnny Hirini, construction worker, balancing along a beam forming the top of the seventh floor of the Post Office building in Hereford Street during its construction.
Exterior of Redcliffs Convenience Store and New Zealand Post Office on the corner of Main Road and Beachville Road in Redcliffs.
Stuart Word operating a post reading machine in the post sorting room of the New Zealand Post Office building on Hereford Street.
Tony Riley working in the mail room at the Post Office with his IHC community service worker Donald Hammond. In the background are from left, Aina Timo, Anthea Brostow, Jim Watts, Jeannette McLachlan...
Children from Cust School enjoying drinks and biscuits at the Christchurch Postal Centre on Hereford Street following the presentation of the Post Office Schools Saving Shield to the school.
Delivery staff for the Post Office telegraph department , David Wilson, Faith Linton (left) and Diane MacIntyre with telegraphs. David is on a scooter as part of a service to speed up the delivery of...
Mr A. McKenzie (left) and D. H. Dunn counting pounds sterling notes at the Motor Registration branch of the Post Office in preparation for banking.
Mr F. G. Adams, of the motor registration Department of the New Zealand Post Office in Hereford Street with a variety of new car number plates. New number plates were required on a vehicles from 1...
Children from Cust School being presented with the Post Office Schools Saving Shield by Acting-Chief Postmaster, Mr A. McKenzie, at the Christchurch Postal Centre on Hereford Street. Children are...
Presentation of a cheque during the Post Office Schools Saving Shield presentation at the Christchurch Postal Centre on Hereford Street. . In the background on the left (seated) is the Acting-Chief...
Ellen Clark (left) and Joan Belcher practicing operating CO2 fire extinguishers as part of fire safety training for staff working at the Chief Post Office.
Market at the Arts Centre on Worcester Boulevard with St Elmo Courts and the New Zealand post mail centre building in the background.
Exterior of the Library Chambers, former Library buildings on the corner of Hereford Street and Cambridge Terrace. The New Zealand Post building is visible in the background.
Three female toll operators posing at work on the toll board as part of a telephone courtesy campaign ran by the New Zealand Post Office. The women are, from left, J. Aitken, J. Squire and G. Smith.
Construction of the postal centre on Hereford and Worcester Street, looking north west.
Joanna Rivers, 17, the first woman apprentice electrician at the Post Office.
Exterior of the former Canterbury Public Library building on the corner of Cambridge Terrace and Hereford Street.