"Patricia (Patsy) Deans and William (Bill) Platts before their engagement in November 1948." - Contributor's note.
"Where: Corner of Cashel and Madras Streets, St Paul’s Trinity Pacific Presbyterian Church. When: Dated 1/1/2000. Who: Front (Left to right) Fogatuli Andrews, Guinevere Newport, Viva Sila, Tafaoga...
View of Sumner from Clifton, with Cave Rock on the left.
Zara Smith and Ceri Hosking at Woodham Park in Linwood.
Alice Quartly sitting on a railing at her 5th Birthday, with a hedgehog cake.
"Wedding of Noeline (née Waight) and Colin Quartly at St Paul’s Church, Papanui. From left: Midge Waight, Judy Harvey, Ena Waight, Kathy Marshall, Tom Waight, Colin Quartly, Noeline Quartly, and...
A bus in Cathedral Square heading to the suburb of Shirley, Christchurch.
"Captain Robert Falcon Scott, memorial corner Worcester St and Oxford Tce. 11 March 1965." - Contributor's note.
"Cathedral Square looking towards the Bank of New Zealand and the United Service Hotel, Chch. 11 March 1965." - Contributor's note.
View from Cambridge Terrace of the Bridge of Remembrance, Cashel Street, Christchurch.
United Services Hotel, Cathedral Square.
A vintage car parked in front of Victoria Square with the Victoria Street Bridge in the background.
"Victoria Square and the Victoria Street Bridge, Ōtautahi Christchurch. Date: 11 March 1965." -...
People at the swimming enclosure at Corsair Bay in Banks Peninsula.
Canterbury Provincial Council Buildings beside the Avon River. The Robert Falcon Scott statue can be seen in the background.
Canterbury Provincial Council Buildings beside the Avon River.
A couple standing on top of a rock on the Port Hills. Quail Island/Ōtamahua is in the background.
Cathedral Square looking west showing the arches built for the Peace celebrations.
Roll of honour showing names of members of the ChristChurch Cathedral Society of Change Ringers, fallen during World War One.
Navy ship in Lyttelton Harbour.
"Father with the first ‘binder’ in Dunsandel. Father is William Wraght and are on “Greensfield” Farm. This machine cut the grain and tied it. The grain was then stacked (grain in, stalks out) as...
"Great grandfather and Grandfather with the horses at “Greensfield” Farm at Dunsandel." - Contributor's note.
"Four horses that were used for farm work at “Greensfield” Farm at Dunsandel." - Contributor's note.
Canterbury Public Library building on Hereford Street, with the Central Police Station visible in background.
"After a drink at Bailie’s in the Square, celebrating my Bachelor’s Graduation with my Dad. An idyllic Christchurch day with the Cathedral and a tram in the background." - Contributors note.