A group sharing dinner at Joyful Restaurant in Riccarton to celebrate Peter Hunt's 50th. Pictured are Peter Hunt (centre) with his partner Jennifer. June Hunt is to his left. Also pictured is Bernie...
"Helen, Anne and John Hurley. Summit Road 1956. HAJ Hillman" - Contributor's note
"Helen, Anne, John Hurley [at] Diamond Harbour" - Contributor's note
"Riding on the cultivator with my father in Curries Road 1958." - Contributor's note%%%%%%Winner in the People category of the 2020 Christchurch City Libraries Photo Hunt.
A group of children including those of the Abernethy family and their cousins in a garden.
Athletes on the track at an athletics meeting prior to the 1974 Commonwealth Games at Queen Elizabeth II Park.%%%%%%Highly Commended in the People category of the 2020 Christchurch City Libraries...
Collage of Shell Girls advertising anti-freeze. "Shell Girls holding rare Shell tin" - Contributor's note
A new Bedford chassis and cab at the Addington Show Grounds with Canterbury Court in the background.
View looking south along the Avon River towards the Bridge of Remembrance.
View looking south west along the Avon River, taken from near the Bridge of Remembrance with Cambridge Terrace to the right.
Exterior of the Curators House at 7 Rolleston Avenue at the entrance to the Christchurch Botanic Gardens.
Crowds of people gathered with union jack flags, possibly as part of the Royal Tour to Christchurch in 1954.
View of the top of the Clarendon Hotel on Worcester Street decorated as part of the 1954 Royal Tour.
A new Bedford chassis and cab at the Addington Show Grounds.
"These….photos of the Christchurch Botanic Gardens were taken by Alleyne Cook. Alleyne was at Alleyne was at Burnham training...when on leave, he would come up to Christchurch and experiment with his...
"A waving teddy bear in an upstairs window, during the first COVID 19 lockdown...This one was extra special because the owner had motorised the arm such that it waved back and forth to the passers-by...
"A collection of painted rocks baring words of encouragement during the first COVID 19 lockdown." - Contributor's note
"This photo was taken at the Festival of Flowers in 2003. Mum, dad and my younger sister attended the festival, which was held at Cathedral Square." - Contributor's note
"The headstone marking the graves of Wuzerah and Kulloo in Sydenham Cemetery. Both were from India and worked for John Cracroft Wilson at his estate in Cashmere." - Contributor's note
View along New Regent Street during a light display as part of CHCH is LIT.