Woodham, once the home of Mr Whitcombe of Whitcombe & Tombs, was demolished about 1935 to become Woodham Park.
Jim Crofts (middle) and cycling friends.
Portrait of Annie Elizabeth Bowker, nee Whitla, as a young girl.
Young girl standing in front of the house on the corner of Park Terrace and Dorset Street.
Albert Grundy and family outside their shop in Selwyn Street in Spreydon.
The Old Government Building on the south-east corner of Cathedral Square and Worcester street was converted to the Heritage Hotel and apartments in the 1990s.
The McKenzie & Willis building on the corner of Tuam and High Streets was designed by England Brothers for the furniture retailer A. J. White. Mackenzie & Willis acquired the business in 1980...
Photo shows, from left to right: 238 Tuam Street, part of the McKenzie & Willis Building on the corner of Tuam and High Streets; 236 Tuam Street, built in 1902, Barbara Lee Corporate Design; 232 Tuam...
Alice Grundy and family at Cave Rock in Sumner.
An unidentified boy standing on the fence of a home on corner of Park Terrace and Dorset Street.
State House at 181 Langdons Road in Papanui.
Alice Todd walking on Colombo Street with her daughter Venis Olin and granddaughters Merle and Avis.
Alice Todd with her daughter Venis Olin and granddaughter Merle in Cathedral Square.
Portrait of Annie Elizabeth (known as Elizabeth) Bowker, nee Whitla, was the wife of Charles Bowker of Timaru.
Alice White (left) and Olive O'Connor at Villa Maria College.
Portrait of Amy Rosa Amanda, daughter of Edward and Thirza Mulcock of Peveral Place on Mulcocks Road in Flaxton.
Alice Grundy watering a trough for the cattle on Milton Street.
Alice Grundy feeding Topsy the horse in the paddock next door to 48 Milton Street.
19-year-old B. J. Lilly outside the Christchurch Cathedral in Cathedral Square.
Two men and two women outside Bach 56 at Stewarts Gully near the Waimakariri River.
People outside Bach 56 at Stewarts Gully near the Waimakariri River.
"Wiley" Wilson, Keith Thwaites, Arthur David "Bomber" Mills (from left) in St Bede's uniforms outside the Post Office building in the Square during the third term of their Form V year.
Studio 'boudoir' portrait of Charles and Elizabeth (Annie) Bowker, nee Whitla, and family taken by George Watson at 214 Colombo Street in Christchurch.
Soldiers standing outside a building at Burnham Military Camp.