Explosives for the New Zealand Army being unloaded from the frigate Blackpool at Lyttelton.
R.A. Evans with his collection of moa bones and copies of rock drawings which he houses in his own collection in the basement of his home on Dyers Pass Road.
A concrete sign post on South Brighton beach indicating where Tern Street crosses Rockinghorse Road.
Views of the damage to the surfaces of the wall and paintings inside Holy Trinity Church, Lyttelton.
Shirley Boys’ High School students, Barry Jagersma, Warren Philpott, and Hamish Hamilton crafting a billiards table for the Technicrafts ‘70 exhibition.
Members of Christchurch Cathedral Society of Bellringers, Roy Hainsworth, John Gardner, Shirley Gardner, Derek Gardner, and Michael Clayton, give a presentation of handbells at Canterbury Museum.
University of Canterbury geology graduate, John Glasgow, after his return from accompanying the New Zealand Andean mountaineering expedition in Peru.
A child sits in a chair at the Steptoe and Son auction held in the Papanui Tavern car park.
Demolition of the Guardian Assurance building at 81-83 Hereford Street.
Views of state houses that were built in the 1950s.
Fergie McCormick selects a photograph of Bryan Williams scoring a try from a set displayed in the foyer of the Star building.
View of state houses on street.
Views of Linwood Bowling Club members. [Frames 13 and 14] John Anderson is presented with certificates by Christchurch Centre president, George Cotton.
Views of Glennis Harris, export manager, at an office desk.
Members of the Youth for Christ team; Dave Watson, Avon Ojala, Michael Hibbert, Christine Pearson, Olwyn Ojala.
Executive members of freezing companies from the North Island and South Island at a meeting in Christchurch.
Grant Banbury, 13, with examples of his artwork.
Views of Cust streetscape. [Frame 22] St David’s Church. [Frame 21] The service station and a house at 1672 Inland Scenic Route 72.
Views of Cust streetscape. [Frame 28] View of the main road of Cust, looking west. [Frame 27] Masonic lodge on the main road of Cust.
Views of Doreen Corrick, competition prize winner.
Views of Linwood Bowling Club members. [Frame 11] John Anderson is presented with certificates by Christchurch Centre president, George Cotton.
F. H. Johnstone displays medals of tennis player, Anthony Wilding.
Examples of paintings from the Big Fisherman series by G. T. (Trevor) Moffitt at Several Arts gallery.
Inspection of the Timaru Harbour Board dredge, W. H. Orbell, at the Lyttelton dry dock.