971 P. St Michael's Anglican Church, Christchurch. Muir & Moodie. Postcard
Café Continental, Sumner - from Cave Rock. Postcards
Cathedral Square. 1856.Postcard
My mother had 12 children including 4 sets of twins under the age of 8. Despite this she always used to take us to the Addington Races during Cup Week. Here are some of my siblings and I dressed to...
This is Otto Gustav Rosenau and small Gordon Ogilvie. Christchurch author) Gordon is a small boy on the families orchard in Horotane valley. This photo depicts an encounter with someone who had...
Otto Gustav Rosenau a Jewish refugee from Germany who worked with my Grandfather Max Ogilvie for a time on his orchard in Horotane valley and then went to enlist on the 26th December 1939
Photo of Avonside Girls High School class photo of 1934-1935. From the collection of Mrs B.W Newman. Oldest old Girl of AGHS
My father Frank Dixey at the blessing of two new ambulances by Bishop Warren at the ChristChurch Cathedral April 1953. Frank is beside the number plate H50,233.
Photo taken by my father Peter Basire ( a photographer) from his collection. The ship Caronia berthing at Lyttelton and people of Christchurch greeting the ship.
A photo of my father as an apprentice boy aged about 13 years outside his place of business on the corner of Liverpool Street and Cashel Street. About 1923
Ray Burt (left) and Dennis O'Neil (right). Photographed in Cathedral Square. Looking East. Far left is the storage depot building for bsues. I think the prominent building in the background was called...
Photo shows my mother Phyllis Leslie waterskiing at Taylors Mistake. The photo was probably taken by her boyfriend, Irvine Arrow, from the boat "Himi"
Photo shows my mother Phyllis Leslie with her class at Christchurch Technical College. They were in the second year of the Commercial Public Service Course
Bill and Sally Martin 1968/1969 (nee Sally Whitlam)
Farmers photo shoot outside Town Hall, 2 male models.
Farmers photo shoot outside Town Hall, male models. Bill Martin, Bill Scott, Fred Hollingworth. A13, A14,A15,A16,A17,A18
Arrival of the "Besses" The Besses o'th' Barn band, an English Brass Band, were photographed in Christchurch 23 January 1907. From the album of Frederick Charles Brockett dated 1907
Louise Carpenter Christmas school holidays - central city outing. Travelling on the city bus, backseat, Colombo Street, heading out of the Square.
Christchurch Cathedral. Christchurch. Taken by Frederick Charles Brockett. From the album of Frederick Charles Brockett dated 1907
10 photographs relating to Christchurch hospital.
9 photographs relating to Christchurch hospital
Am guessing this is post World War 1. Grandfather driving horse drawn tram in Cathedral Square. (John Stewart - lived in Perr Street, Riccarton). A steam driven tram is in the background. Outside...
James Huston, b. 25 June 1863 at Hobart Tasmania, Australia. He arrived in Lyttelton on the Isle of France. He had 7 siblings. At some stage his father Richard John Huston (Born Armagh, Ireland) and...
James Huston, had 10 children and 20 grandchildren and 33 great grandchildren. The grandchildren were born into other Lyttelton families, Serison, Harkness, Wells and Judge.