Traffic and trams moving through flood water along Colombo Street north. The flooding was caused during a heavy rainstorm.
"Rangiora Town Hall aka Regent Theatre in 1936 with it's large neon sign which was removed in the 1960s" - Contributor's note
"Located in Christchurch this band played on radio station 3YA in the 1930s." - Contributor's note
“View of the rock garden area in the Christchurch Botanic Gardens. "...Taken by Alleyne Cook. Alleyne was at Alleyne was at Burnham training...when on leave , he would come up to Christchurch and...
"Studio photo taken of James Huston on his wedding day to Hannah sometimes called Honora, 21 January 1888 at the Holy Trinity Church Lyttelton." - Contributor's note
A Smart & Son Shingle & Sand Contractors of Hornby truck outside a building site.
A new Bean delivery truck in Christchurch.
Palmer & Doak motor garage, Northern A&P Association and Fred Truscott Saddler & Harness Makers in Rangiora. Taken on the corner of High Street and Ivory Street with the Rangiora War Memorial in the...
View of cars parked along streets in a parked area in Christchurch.
The interisland ferry, the Rangatira leaving Lyttelton Harbour before heading to Wellington as part of a regular ferry service.
View from the corner of Colombo Street and Armagh Street looking towards ChristChurch Cathedral and Cathedral Square. To the right in the intersection with Victoria Street.
View of the Montreal Street bridge over the Avon River looking east with Oxford Terrace to the right.
"Circus performer riding in back of red car during a circus parade through central Christchurch, location is Rolleston Avenue by the Botanic Gardens on 1st Feb 1979." - Contributor's note
"Old public library building Cambridge Tce (Cnr Hereford Street). Crowd of people there to watch circus parade along Cambridge Terrace on 1st Feb 1979." - Contributor's note
"Peter Williams, then 3ZB radio announcer, later TV personality, riding an elephant during a circus parade in Cambridge Terrace with old public library building in the background on 1st Feb 1979." -...
Taken at Christchurch Art Gallery. "Owen Marshall at the lectern, then from left to right: David Eggleton, the incumbent Poet Laureate; Bernadette Hall; Kay Mckenzie Cooke; James Norcliffe and Cilla...
A Christchurch City Council park ranger in his truck at Victoria Park following a memorial event for the 19th Battalion and Armoured Regiment.
A group of war veterans gathered at the opening of the Memorial to the 19th Infantry Battalion and Armoured Regiment in Victoria Park, Cashmere.
Exterior of a bar and bottle store on Gloucester Street near the corner with Colombo Street in the central city. The building to the left is the Coachman Inn.
"In 1963 I [Kareen Luscombe] turned 21 years old. Here I am admiring my birthday gifts." - Contributor's note
Lachie Griffen of the 19th Battalion and Armoured Regiment with a Christchurch City Council park Ranger at a memorial event at Victoria Park, Cashmere.
"Scarborough Hill in the moonlight 1987" - Contributor's note
Manufacturer of reproduction Victorian furniture, John Burn, exhibiting at the Furniture show at Christchurch Town Hall.
"The photo features long-time Avon Loop resident Jack Locke and his grand-daughter, Gina Moss" - Contributor's note%%%%%%Highly Commended in the Places category of 2020 Christchurch City Libraries...