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...
"Scott's statue colour taken by myself on a return holiday from Japan in 1990." - Contributor's note
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] &...
Grandmother and two aunts. On back of photo: Left unnamed sister; centre: Dora Macaulay, nee Hahn, right:Bena Wilson, nee Hahn.
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.
Beaths, on the corner of Colombo and Cashel streets, like most other department stores, had large tearooms. Calendar for 1955 on back.
Arts centre courtyard and market, about 1992.
Park Royal Hotel, from Victoria Square, 1996.
This photo was taken of Desmond John Pidgeon (born 1926) when he returned to the Okains Bay School when he visited in 2013. He was taught here in his early years. He is the son of Wilfred and Amelia...
Dorothy Bridges (born 1902) holding the reins and keeping her little brother Maurice (born 1906) safe. At the Buchanan's Road, Sockburn stable, where their father, James Alfred Bridges, was a...
The bathing sheds at Corsair Bay, 1937.
Highly commended in the 2014 Christchurch City Libraries Photo Hunt
My mother, Naomi June Marie Poulsen in the middle with bow in her hair at the Avonside Church Fresh Air School at the back of Avonside Church.
My mother Naomi Poulsen in front with friends Ngaire and Alma by the Bridge of Remembrance. Photo taken from the south side of the bridge. Highly commended in the 2014 Christchurch City Libraries...
Worcester Boulevard, outside the Arts Centre.
By the corner of Manchester Street and Oxford Terrace.
Aerial view of the Phillipstown School site and building, 39 Nursery Road, Christchurch. It depicts the Primary and Technology blocks of the school.
Halswell Memorial Gates being built by W. Winsor, builder, of Spreydon, 1923. Two images of the memorial gates under construction in 1923.
Places Looking down the drive towards Somerfield Street. There was a tennis court at the back of the section where many tennis parties were held.
Looking down the drive towards Somerfield Street. There was a tennis court at the back of the section where many tennis parties were held.