Ballantyne's fire, 1947. The fireman at the left is Robert's father (25 years). Two years out of the navy. Highly commended entry in the. 2014 Christchurch City Libraries Photo Hunt by Robert...
QEII 'over fifties exercise group' - "Blue Boys" 8-3-99. Big aerobics attempt to break australasian record for numbers involved. Approx. 10,000 people got involved but didn't break the record. Far...
Baptist Church "Hall" being shifted from 46 Queenspark Drive to 180 Qeeenspark Drive early 1999. To make way for building the Parklands Library.
From a series of three photos illustrating the beginning of the QEII expressway, 1986-87
Myself & brother (older) Lynn. Taken 354 Blenheim Road, Upper Riccarton. Shows dads' regal lilies and family car 1952 Austin A30 Reg. AN6789. Photographer - Dad.
"Scott's statue colour taken by myself on a return holiday from Japan in 1990." - Contributor's note
Scott's statue; black and white photo found amongst photos (with others) being thrown away by a family in Auckland. A member of the family had studied here in Christchurch during the 50s / 60s.
The family of Annie & Emerson Clarkson and some friends by the Sumner pier. The boys are
Christchurch City Council held a Christmas party for Christchurch children after the war finished. I was selected as Tom Thumb, to be picked up outside the Christchurch Cathedral in the square and...
Photograph shows the Town Clerk Bert Feast meeting the Queen at a civic reception in Cathedral Square on 19 January 1954. The Prime Minister Sidney Holland is on the Queen's left.
Photo shows Wing Commander and Mrs Checketts on Mountbatten's right; Sir Ernest Andrews, Mayor of Christchurch, on Lady Mountbatten's left with Lady Andrews, and Bert [Christchurch Town Clerk] &...
View north from Avon River near Worcester Street bridge. Municipal Chambers in centre, Christchurch Gas, Coal & Coke Ltd and Clarendon Hotel on right.
My aunt, Joyce Macaulay, aged about 20 in Christchurch ca. 1939. Joyce became a registered nurse matron at Whangarei Hospital and taught nursing at Christchurch Hospital.
My father James Macaulay, born 1914, aged 3 years.
Grandmother and two aunts. On back of photo: Left unnamed sister; centre: Dora Macaulay, nee Hahn, right:Bena Wilson, nee Hahn.
Sandra Macaulay's parents, Zelma May Macaulay, nee Chant, aged 25; James Ervine Macaulay, aged 29 and James' mother Dora Macaulay, nee Hahn at the Christchurch races.
My mother with my son and daughter outside Christchurch Cathedral after going to Hays Roof to see the Christmas display.
Retired Douglas Dakotas (DC3's) at Christchurch Airport. 1983
Deep Freeze aircraft were based at Wigram in the early days. Note JAJC bottles on the side.
1930 Model A. During the war petrol was rationed. This is a coke burner on the back which made gas to run the car. Note bags of coke on running board.
My parent's wedding photo. George & Annie Howell. Bridesmaids are Annie's two sisters Ena & Evelene Phipps.
Taken at Aranui School Christchurch 1914. My late mother Annie Phipps and 2 sisters nobody knows where.
The Gebbies Pass radio transmitter was one of several erected by the New Zealand Broadcasting Board between 1932 & 1936 to extend radio broadcasting coverage near the main centres. Highly commended in...