Pupil at Phillipstown School, Wayne Wood, wearing a Santa Claus costume created by his mum for the school fancy-dress party.
The foundation stone for this building was laid on Saturday May 7th 1921 and opened in June 1922. The new school opended with a roll of 657 and by October that year it had risen to 730. This building...
Aerial view of the Phillipstown School site and building, 39 Nursery Road, Christchurch. It depicts the Primary and Technology blocks of the school.
Opening of the "new" brick Phillipstown School building in 1922.
Children of Phillipstown School during the 1920s
Ferry Road, Christchurch.
Edmonds building and gardens.
This photo was taken in the Phillipstown School playground, near the Nursery Road entrance. It was the folk dancing group, ready and trained for the big ChCh primary schools celebration on the...
Phillipstown Kindergarten, 533 St. Asaph Street, Christchurch. My brother Bryan Stretch (b. 1.1.1937) is sitting on the verandah at storytime (with his legs outstretched) looking at the camera -...
Dave and Val Milne and Bob and Olive Milne (Bob and Dave were brothers). Bob and Olive are Lesley Rae's parents. The ritual for the family was that every year a couple of days after Christmas, 3...
Exterior of a fresh fruit and vegetable shop at 29 Harrow Street on the corner with Bordesley Street in Phillipstown.
Exterior of a residential house converted from a shop at 23 Nursery Road on the corner with Hillview Road in Phillipstown.
Exterior of the Saxon Dairy at 428 Cashel Street on the corner with Saxton Street in Phillipstown. An advertising board for Coca Cola is above the entrance.
A worker operating a hoist on a truck to install a spun concrete pole on Phillips Street.
A worker operates a hoist on a truck to replace a spun concrete pole on Phillips Street.
A kiosk outside a house on Bordesley Street.
Exterior of Skil Power Tool Centre at 373 Tuam Street.
Mr Philpott and Elizabeth Kennedy test the brakes of a pram at the Consumers' Institute at 482 Tuam Street.
Mr Philpott tests prams at the Consumers' Institute at 482 Tuam Street.
Phillipstown Primary School pupils playing on the adventure playground on the school grounds.