A Waimate themed float being towed by a tractor modelled as a wallaby along Rolleston Avenue. Float No. 48 in the '100 years of Progress Procession' held on 18 December 1950 as part of the Canterbury...
Views of Giles Baxendell in costume with a dragon model which is forming part of the Christchurch Children's Book Group fantasy story display at the Arts Centre.
"Mr G. Gordon, the outdoor programme co-ordinator for the Arts Festival, manoeuvring a large papier mache crocodile puppet for the "Fan-tasticon" event as part of the Arts Festival at the Arts Centre...
"A small boy looking into the mouth of a large papier mache crocodile puppet as part of the"Fan-tasticon" event at the Arts Festival in the Botanic Gardens."
View of university capping stunt involving placing a papier-mache effigy under a guillotine by students in costume in Cathedral Square.
Views of students preparing the floats for the Capping week procession 'Procesh' float at Bishop Julius Hotel.
Views of floats manned by University of Canterbury students participating in the capping week Capping Procession 'Procesh' in the central city.
Views of floats manned by University of Canterbury students participating in the capping week Capping Procession 'Procesh' in the central city. Frames one and two feature the Ranfurly Shield.
Views of students of Rolleston House at the University of Canterbury working on a papier mache float for the capping procession.
Bruce McMillan atop a papier mache elephant at Jellie Park. Les Wood is also pictured.
Exhibits from the South Island schools art exhibition being installed at the Canterbury Society of Arts gallery. [Frames 32 to 34] A. Creswell.
Children with a model Albatross at the protest against the proposed Aramoana aluminium smelter.
Students of Wharenui School with a papier mache model of the Concorde at Riccarton Mall. Pictured are, from left, Dallas Smith, Luke Robertson, Kelly Lloyd, Michelle Bailey and Paula Harding.
University of Christchurch student, Damien Martin, piloting a papier mache aircraft on the back of a truck called the RNZAF Skypork at the head of the capping procession on Cashel Street heading...
Helen Kissell and her young brother David Kissell admiring a papier mache model dragon at St Martins public library.
Large crowd watching a vintage car being pushed by a man wearing a large papier mache head surrounded by people dressed as clowns as part of the Santa Parade at the Colombo Street, Moorhouse Avenue...