Travelfar Coaching team at Canterbury Marching Centre championships, Porrit Park.
Exterior of the former tramsheds on Moorhouse Avenue on the corner with Falsgrave Street in Waltham. To the right is the Christchurch Gasworks.
Clearing of pine forest at Victoria Park.
View of the central city, looking south towards the Government Life building in Cathedral Square and beyond to snow on the Port Hills.
Children and staff of South Shore Playcentre and South Brighton Kindergarten during a trip to Ferrymead Historic Park.
Lyn McCulloch supervising a group of children in a public child care centre jointly run by the Christchurch City Council and the Technical Institute in the former students union building on Montreal...
Construction of the postal centre on Hereford and Worcester street, looking north west.
Helen and John Woodhouse outside their home Racecourse Hill near Darfield, following the auction of the property which attracted no buyers.
View of attendees at the auction of the Racecourse Hill homestead near Darfield.
Auctioneer Mr M. H. McCrostie of McCrosties Fine Art Auctions during the auctioning of china at an antique and fine art auction at the Te Kura Lounge, 5 Ayr Street in Riccarton.
View of the jubilee clock tower on Victoria Street on the corner of Victoria Street and Montreal Street.
Richard Dunn (left), John Anderson and Peter Dunn with the New Brighton clock face which was removed for repairs.
Exterior of newly built St Saviours cottages overlooking Lyttelton harbour. The cottages belong to St Saviours church and designed to be occupied by elderly or disabled residents.
Mrs Marie O'Malley using her mallet to sweep water from the green whilst being watched by her croquet partner Miss Betty Innes during the Canterbury senior croquet tournament at Elmwood Croquet Club...
A group of air hostesses working for National Airways Corporation (NAC) doing paperwork.
Helen Mitchell (left) and Lorraine Barrett with piles of Telecom telephone directories for recycling by One Earth Trust. The collection was as a result of the changeover to subscriber trunk dialling...
Groups of children and young people playing table tennis and pool during the school holidays at the new Bishopdale Community Centre.
Close-up of a pair of boots with a National Airways Corporation (NAC) tag on each at Christchurch Airport. The owner of the boots, Mr Gordon McBride, had to pay $2 in extra luggage allowance to...
Michael Dulieu with a clown model at the Agricultural and Pastoral Association Show.
Andre Hopman with a Dutch Abraham pastry called a speculaas, on his 50th birthday at his home on Rutland Street in St Albans.
The interior of the old tramsheds at the corner of Moorhouse Avenue and Falsgrave Street.
Battery powered vehicle designed by the University of Canterbury.
Sandi Hall examines the works of Leslie Haines and Pamela Karwowski at the Womanvision exhibition at the Christchurch Town Hall.