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...
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] &...
Halswell Memorial Gates being built by W. Winsor, builder, of Spreydon, 1923. Two images of the memorial gates under construction in 1923.
Looking down the drive towards Somerfield Street. There was a tennis court at the back of the section where many tennis parties were held.
Winsor family picnicking at Ashley Gorge. Highly commended in the 2014 Christchurch City Libraries Photo Hunt
This is standard six (Form 2) at Hornby Primary School in 1956. 49 students, to 1 teachers. A whole lot different from today.
The spaceship has landed at QEII!
Three of the staff at the Gebbies Pass radio transmission station. The Gebbies Pass radio transmitter was one of several erected by the New Zealand Broadcasting Board between 1932
Photo of myself with mobile advertising of the movie "Shake, Rattle & Rock" showing at the Crystal Place. Car is a 1932 Chev. Avon River in background.
From Beautiful Christchurch - a set of postcards containing 8 colour images and 8 black & white, published by Tanner Couch Ltd.
Elizabeth II, Queen of Great Britain, meeting staff and their families at the Christchurch Public Hospital during her first visit to Christchurch.
From a series of three photos illustrating the beginning of the QEII expressway, 1986-87
Cricket match and scoreboard at Sydenham park.
The Gebbies Pass radio transmitter was one of several erected by the New Zealand Broadcasting Board between 1932
The Gebbies Pass radio transmitter was one of several erected by the New Zealand Broadcasting Board between 1932 &1936 to extend radio broadcasting coverage in the main centres. Highly commended in...
Photo reproduced from a glass negative by Glyn Williams. Date: 1910s Highly commended in the 2014 Christchurch City Libraries Photo Hunt.
Subject unknown. Photo reproduced from a glass negative. Highly commended in the 2014 Christchurch City Libraries Photo Hunt.
Coloured postcard of Fishing in the Avon river.
I think this may be taken on the section at Diamond Harbor, where my grandfather (William Howarth) built a bach. Not sure of the year.
The photograph was taken and developed by my father Harry Baldwin, with a Graflex camera with a
Photo of my dad's 60th birthday Ray (Sno) with his 8 siblings at mum and dad's house in North Beach, August 1983.
St Bedes College, March 1980. Before the main building was demolished.
Was the heyday of the circus visiting town when it was OK to have elephants tied up. Locals were allowed to go and feed the elephants with bread - very exciting to us city girls