Showing swimming pool and greenhouse built by Neville Holt. The green house was built, then the building permit was applied for retrospectively. Neville Attwood Holt was one of the original founders...
Eon, Neville and Arthur Holt at Holt Family Home. On back of photo: "Our present home & urchins "in undress uniform:"". "Eon has had his hair cut short lately and is so like mother".
Left to right: Unknown, Leonore Glass, Jean kent, Alison Holt, Connie Thompson and Mollie Holt.
My elegant friend, Terry, at the entrance to her upmarket op shop/boutique, 'Deja Vu' in Leinster House, Merivale.
My grandmother and her friends having fun at their holiday house at Kairaki Beach. Five photos from a photograph album. My grandmother Eva Grace Dutch who married Charles Edwin Featherstone. The main...
My grandfather, Leonard Corner is the Fireman on the right. This photo was taken outside the Central Christchurch Fire Station. Leonard later went on to being the Fire Commander of Christchurch until...
We just came to New Zealand at the end of the last year. We found the best place for us to enjoy always is the Hagley park located in Christchurch city. This is a photograph I have taken when my...
This picture was taken during the Surf Comps in the 1970s. The location is the North Ramp car park in New Brighton.
Excelsior Piano Accordion Band. Bought at a market years aged. Could be connected to the Excelsior Tavern? All in a great mood except the lady in black.
My grandmother and her friends having fun at their holiday house at Kairaki Beach. Five photos from a photograph album.
This is thought by Rangiora historians to be the Rangiora Temperance Group, outside the Rangiora Guild Hall. The date suggested was 1900, but the first version of the silent film "Robbery Under Arms"...
Win and Arthur Cumming at their shop on the corner of Cranford Street and Berwick Street, St Albans
'Picture is of the Aulsebrook''s parade to celebrate the end of the First World War.'
My mum, Lyn Annand all dressed up going to the races in Christchurch in 1949.
My parents Jim and Lyn on their wedding, 1949, in Christchurch.
Me on a merry-go-round at the Industries Fair in 1953.
My mother Lyn & me (Roselyn) 1950, with her beloved new car, a little Standard. ┬áShe loved to drive and took me everywhere. Taken in Montreal Street.
In Manchester St, with my mum's friend Shirley, looking after me. I am 4 years old.
I'm 12 months old; living in Montreal St; in my pram waiting for walk with my mum.
Taken in the front yard of Montreal Street on little girl's birthday, 1952, age 2 years. Being taken out for a ride in the car.
5 photos of my parents with my Aunt and Uncle and their friends skating at Lake Ida July 1950.
Bruce, Andrew, Anne and Margaret decorated their bikes for a parade, probably at Somerfield School.
Family camping at Hanmer River, Christmas/New Year 1958. Annual event with often three generations present.