Sunrise on Sparks Road
RNZAF Harewood, floral garden display
Think it is Victory Parade after 1st World war. Oxford Terrace, Claredon Hotel on the left
Aitken & Roberts. Picture of business (ironmongers) Lichfield Street, Christchurch. Who also was the owner of Maesbury in New Brighton Road.
Entrance gates of Avonside Girls High School in 1935. From the collection of Mrs B.W Newman. Oldest old Girl of AGHS
Maesbury - 123 New Brighton Road. Built originally for John Frith Roberts in 1886
House cow, Butler Street Opawa. The area now is taken up with housing. Butler Street finished at no. 11 (now 21) and there was a gate at that point, grazing for cows from there. It was used for horse...
Opawa School and memorial gates. Photo taken from 29 Ford Road
Elizabeth and older sister Jean at New Brighton beach
Smith Family, Gloucester Street
St John Ambulance Brigade Church Parade - officers and members of the St. John Ambulance Brigade marching from the association's rooms to Wesley Church, Edgeware Road yesterday afternoon.
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.
8 Clarendon Hotel, Christchurch. N.Z. Maoriland Postcard
Armagh Street bridge
Avon River, near hospital, Christchurch N.Z. Maoriland Postcard series
Cashel Street, Christchurch. A9b9 Postcard
Cashel Street, Christchurch. No. 235 Horse and cart going down Cashel Street. Postcard
Cathedral Square. 1856.Postcard
Cathedral Square, Christchurch Postcard
Cathedral Square, Christchurch. NZ Gold medal Series. No. 128 Postcards
Cathedral Square, Christchurch. NZ. Trams, carriages and people in the Square. Postcards. S.M&Co Series
Entrance to Botanical Gardens, Christchurch. N.Z. Maoriland Postcard
Exhibition Christchurch. 1906 - General View. (No. 770) W.A.P Colour Photographic Series. Wanganui Photo Co. , NZ. Postcards
View from Summit. Arthur Pass. Taken by Frederick Charles Brockett when on a bicycle trip with friends From Christchurch over Arthurs Pass to Greymouth. From the album of Frederick Charles Brockett...