This is a photo of my dad's youngest brother. His name is Siaki (Jack) Taula. This was taken at one of the L W R (Lane, Walker Rudkin) picnics.
Tom's grandfather - a horse-drawn taxi driver - waiting for his next customer, possibly in Hagley Park in the late 1800s.
Taken at the Christchurch Exhibition in Hagley Park, 1906. Standing: Thomas McGrath, seated: Robert McGlone (Father and son-in-law). Both men lived in Kumara, Westland and came to Christchurch to see...
This miniature gold rugby ball was given to all 7 rugby players when they won a 7 a Side game on the Peninsula. They represented Banks Peninsula 7 a Side tournament 1914 - 100 years ago this year...
Photos were taken in 1970 or 1971 of the annual student procession in Christchurch
Child sitting beside dressed up horse
Left photo: Tram Driver (a family member). Right photo Conductor, ticket collector and driver.
Competition for a window display - Ron Slack's shop situated on the corner of Madras and Southwark Streets.
My father and a friend walking in Cathedral Square, with United Service Hotel in background. He was Joe Rutledge.
Crowds in Cathedral Square for the visit of the Queen to Christchurch in 1953.
Bike race Timaru to Christchurch, September 23 1922. Lonesome rider passing through Weedons in Timaru to Christchurch Road Race. [A. Gilmour].
Bike race Timaru to Christchurch, September 23 1922. Note the shingle road - amazing. [Agnes Gilmour, Weedons]
Must have been a studio sitting (in Christchurch). My mother (Mavis Howarth) aged 3 1/2 years and my uncle (William Howarth) aged 5 1/2 years. My grandmother's writing on the back - Alice (Lily)...
My uncle's class at Waltham School in 1924 (Standard 3).
Standard 6, Cashmere School, 1929. My mother, Mavis Howarth, is holding the sign in the front row.
My Grandfather, William Howarth, and some other family members in Christchurch city.
My grandparents, William and Alice (Lily) Howarth, taken in Christchurch city.
My mother, Mavis Bunton nee Howarth, and my grandmother (Alice Howarth), taken in Christchurch city.
My grandparents, William and Alice (Lily) Howarth, taken on the Port Hills?
My grandfather (William Howarth) standing on a platform of an observation tower, possibly on the Port Hills. He was a Collector of Customs.
"My second oldest son, and my nephew with a kitten rescued from the orchard next door. Our property on the corner of Barnes Road & Cavendish Road, Casebrook. Property no longer exists." Contributors...
My daughter Lisa at our new house in Munro Street, Redwood.
The bridge in the background is the bridge in the Botanic gardens near the kiosk. A relative of mine, Nellie Jakins, is the elder child holding hands with the Murray children (her niece and nephews)...