Swimmers at the shingle pit swimming hole Lake Bryndwr, Wairakei and Breens Roads
Louis Armstrong concert at Theatre Royal
Wendy in Cathedral Square, circa 1952
Wendy Rountree, Ruth Rountree and friend at the A&P Show, Christchurch, circa. 1961.
Lord Cochran of Cults, one of the leading agriculturalists and dairy farmers in Great Britain is visiting the Dominion. He is shown here with his wife.
Keelung in Lyttelton.
Betty Martin standing in front of her house on Hornbrook Street, Temuka.
Jim Radcliffe, 6 months old sitting in a cart. Dublin Street, Lyttelton.
Children's rugby team getting ready for team photo at Lyttelton School. Kelvin is the coach or manager.
Lyttelton Fire Station, 57 London Street, Lyttelton. This building was replaced in 2015. To the left is the Lyttelton Service Station.
Betty pushing Kelvin on a swing at Caroline Bay, Timaru.
Betty standing outside her house at Hornbrook Street, Temuka.
Postcard of farmworkers harvesting hay.
Ruby, Bill (Jim's uncle) and little Jack Radcliff.
Betty and Jim Radcliffe with son Kelvin who is 5 1/2 at Corsair Bay.
Tessa, Chalice and Deidre at 281a Marine Parade, New Brighton. First day at Aranui High School.
Joy Waterman and Winifred Waterman. Cathedral Square, Christchurch.
14 Harvey Terrace, Richmond, Christchurch. In the snow. Now in the Red Zone, post earthquake.
Cottage on German Road, Oxford. Cottage rented by William (Bill) Penman and Winnifred Penman (nee Waterman). A Ford Perfect is in the driveway.
Cottage on German Road, Oxford. Cottage rented by William (Bill) Penman and Winnifred Penman (nee Waterman).
The bridge over the Bealey River. William (Bill ) Penman (worked on the bridge construction as a blacksmith), Robina Penman (nee Archibold), Winifred Penman (nee Waterman), baby: Chalice Penman.
Caledonian Hall. Chalice Penman, Highland dancer, at the performance entrance.