Jacqueline Baxter with nursery rhyme cakes at the Ernest Adams factory on Tuam Street in Phillipstown.
Uncooked cakes on the production line at the Ernest Adams factory on Tuam Street in Phillipstown. Pictured are, from left, Ivan McDonald, Keith Adams, B. Murray and John Riley.
Mrs Vivian Hopkins (left) and Mrs Doreen Ramsey decorating Christmas cakes at the Ernest Adams factory in Phillipstown for export to Australia.
Phillipstown Primary School pupils playing on the adventure playground on the school grounds.
The Edmonds factory on Ferry Road, Christchurch.
Pupil at Phillipstown School, Wayne Wood, wearing a Santa Claus costume created by his mum for the school fancy-dress party.
Exterior of the Church of the Good Shepherd, 4 Phillips Street, Phillipstown during renovations following a fire in the church hall. The church was built in 1885 by architect Benjamin Mountfort.
Phillipstown Kindergarten, 533 St. Asaph Street, Christchurch. My brother Bryan Stretch (b. 1.1.1937) is sitting on the verandah at story time (with his legs outstretched) looking at the camera -...
Tas Scott, retiring head of the Consumers' Institute in the Institute's testing laboratory at 482 Tuam Street.
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 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.
Jessie Hicks of Linwood on flooded Aldwins Road.
Mr David Biggs of the Consumers' Institute, at 482 Tuam Street, with a face cloth which became ragged after 200 cycles in one washing machine.
Exterior of a residential house converted from a shop at 23 Nursery Road on the corner with Hillview Road in Phillipstown.
Exterior of a fresh fruit and vegetable shop at 29 Harrow Street on the corner with Bordesley Street in Phillipstown.
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.
A worker operating a hoist on a truck to install a spun concrete pole on Phillips Street.
Working together in a lounge in Matheson Road to sew a Tivaevae for Deborah (Puretu Tangiiataua’s daughter) and her husband Spencer Cox.
Ross Humphries learnt to make a Cook Island Umu from his wife Stephanie's family and loved hosting feasts in the back yard for friends and relatives.
Family portrait in a backyard on Mathesons Road.
[Frames 30 and 32] Linwood looking towards Southern Alps / Kā Tiritiri o te Moana with intersection of Linwood Avenue, Aldwins Road and Buckleys Road in foreground. [Frames 33 to 35] Lancaster Park...
[Frames 36 to 40] Lancaster Park Stadium, 30 Stevens Street, Phillipstown, 8011. [Frame 41] Centennial Pool, 177 Armagh Street, Central city.