Aerial view showing the construction of the University of Canterbury campus at Ilam.
Whitebaiters with nets in the Avon River in the vicinity of Dallington Park.
The machine shop at Gorside Penfold and Co Limited on Blenheim Road at the intersection with Watts Road in Sockburn.
The burnt remains of buildings at Darfield High School.
Exterior of the George Manning Home at 147 Lyttelton Street, Spreydon, at the time it was opened by the Manchester Unity Homes Trust Board.
Billboards by the roadside for Elna Stretch, 1972 Skellerup Young Farmer of the Year, Bacardi Gold, Caltex, McWillians Wines and Lion beer.
The used car pre-conditioning department of Cooper Henderson.
Sandra Willian, of the Canterbury Court Roller Skating Club and winner of the junior girls free skating event at the South Island roller skating championships held in Twizel.
Don Harrison, sales supervisor for the National Cash Register Company, congratulating Murray McIver of the Midway Service Station on the Main North Road. Between them is a NCR 230.
Twins, Danny and Murray Marquet drawing in the Hereford Street Bank of New South Wales whilst their mother did her banking.
T. H. Greer gives a mechanical demonstration to Diane Clark, Jill Ritchie and Janice Kershaw.
Officials including the Mayor of Christchurch, Hamish Hay, walking through the interior entranceway of the newly completed Christchurch Town Hall.
The bridge which links the Salvation Army's social centre on Poulson Street to a house on Collins Street which is being converted into a midway home for alcoholics.
The Manchester Unity building on the corner of Manchester and Worcester streets.
Advertising boards between the railway line and the roadside in Kaiapoi. Advertising includes Firestone tyres, DB beer, Kaiapoi travel rugs & blankets and Skellerup Quality Products.
A house on Collins Street, Addington, which is being converted into a midway home for alcoholics.
Interior of Provincial Council building showing flagstone floor.
Close-up of a pair of high altitude boots identical to those worn by Sir Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing when they conquered Mount Everest in 1953.
View of the main stage at Christchurch Town Hall of musicians rehearsing for the Christchurch School of Instrumental Music concert.
Sir Denis Blundell, official Governor-General of New Zealand with Christchurch Mayor, Mr N.G. Pickering outside the new Christchurch Town Hall on Kilmore Street.
Conductor with children rehearsing in the town hall for the Christchurch schools music festival