Holding snowball by Cavendish Road. Our first time in the snow.
The Abominable Snow Woman.
Ken and his friend Malcolm. Notice the Fred Dagg hat on Snowbear.
The Caldwell girls in a snow scene.
Kids of the neighbourhood and their giant snowball outside the Goodes.
Cave Rock Sumner. Joy at the beach in Sumner.
Shopping in the City in Cathedral Square, with friend Rachel. They were both Nurse Aides at Sunnyside Hospital. Photographers took photos of people in the Square.
In the Cathedral Square on a summer day with friend Rachel. Both having a day off as Nurse Aides at Sunnyside Hospital.
Photo of June with new shoes (in box). I have fine gloves on, that were common then to wear. (in Cathedral Square)
Rangiora traction engine rally with three females who are dressed in 1920's period costume.
Former Kaiapoi Woollen Manufacturing Co.Ltd building (now demolished) situated on eastside of Manchester Street between Allen Street and Eaton Street Christchurch. As photographed by me on 4 Nov 1979...
Mother Hubbards Shop situated on the north side of Armagh Street just east of the Manchester Street corner, Christchurch. As photographed by me on 4 November 1979.
Men's Toiletries Department at Hays (Farmers). Introduction of Old Spice.
Rugby Match at Lancaster Park.
This is a photo of my grandmother Charlotte Rita Dalrymple born in 1905. She is approx 18 yearsrs old in this photo, dressed as a man, ready to ride her boyfriends motor bike. Sid Marsh (boyfriend)...
This is my grandmother Charlotte Rita Dalrymple on my granfather's bike. She is approx 18 in this photo, taken here in Christchurch. She was a wonderful fun hard working person who enjoyed life. She...
Bernard and June dancing at her sister in-law Letitia's 21st birthday. June is in a pink dress from Beaths Fashion Parade.
Making a Yogi Bear Snowman in the evening. Mon 22 1976, 7.00pm.
The pond in front of the Water Cypress, at the Botanical Gardens. Autumn 2016.
Swans at the Groynes.
Coal Stove - 53 Dyers Pass Road, still working well 1981.
'The Women''s Resource Centre was started in the late 1970''s as part of a response to empower women to learn about health, rights, self defence etc.'