Phyllis Morse, Fred Priddy, Ailsa Morse from Lyttelton, walking in Cathedral Square.
Children playing on Sumner Beach during a Rimmer and Lee family picnic in 1965.
Group portrait at the Spiritualist Convention in Wellington.
Siblings Phyllis, Owen, Arthur with their cousin Jack sitting in a shallow pool of water at Sumner Beach.
'Postie' Phyllis Sutton with two helpers during postal delivery in Christchurch.
Portrait from a photograph album of Edgar Turner and his grandmother Amy (nee Skoglund).
Portrait from a photograph album of an unidentified man and woman standing outside a building.
Photograph from a photograph album of an unidentified man and woman walking on a street.
Image from a photograph album of an unidentified woman looking at flowers in a garden arbour.
Image from a photograph album of a family at an unidentified river, with a young boy holding a large stick.
Image from a photograph album of an unidentified woman leaning on a tree.
Five men, including Thomas Marker (second from left), holding penny farthing bicycles during a race in Christchurch, surrounded by a crowd of people.
Two siblings standing in grass at Clements farmlet in Bexley.
Lindsay Rodgers of Cobden, Greymouth with her brother-in-law Ronnie Rodgers at Arthur's Pass railway station. This is the third station building at Arthur's Pass, opened in 1966.
A group of men, including Stewart Avent, in front of the Homer Tunnel during construction.
Stewart Avent with a bicycle at Lindis Pass.
Group portrait of the Christchurch Banjo, Mandoline and Guitar Orchestra.
Pictured (Left to Right) are: Back Row: Mr W. B. Robinson, Mr J. Watkin (Secretary), Mr Roach, Mr Hough, Mr A. W. Winston...
Studio portrait of siblings Martin and Venis Todd.
Alice Todd walking on Colombo Street with her daughter Venis Olin and granddaughters Merle and Avis.
Venis, Avis and Merle Olin shopping in Christchurch. Photograph taken near the bank building by Valerie Studios.
Jim and Venis Olin with daughters Merle and Avis and friends Margaret and Natalie at Addington for Show Day.
19-year-old B. J. Lilly outside the Christchurch Cathedral in Cathedral Square.
Michelle Lilly on her 5th birthday holding a doll standing outside a Bach in Akaroa.
Family having a picnic at New Brighton beach.