Display board for Hawtrey Company, displaying images of Avon River boaters. Attached to a wall of the Antigua Boat Sheds.
Display board for Sheridan Theatre Company, displaying portraits and images of Avon River boaters and cyclists. Attached to a wall of the Antigua Boat Sheds.
Workers, including Henry Kearns and Ossie Collins, outfitting the George Weigel Studio in New Regent Street.
Display of photographs showing the construction of QEII Park back in the 1970s at the QEII Park Farewell Event.
Living room of Peveral Place on Mulcocks Road in Flaxton, home of Edward & Thirza Mulcock and their family of 17 children.
Dining room of Peveral Place on Mulcocks Road in Flaxton, home of Edward & Thirza Mulcock and their family of 17 children.
Earth from Above photographic exhibition sign on Rolleston Avenue.
The theme for the 2020 Photo Hunt was Encounter Our Stories which was part of the Heritage Festival theme of Encounter our Stories – Arts, culture and identity. It marks the 12th Photo Hunt and ran...
Vicki Haddock trimming a photograph with a small guillotine.
The theme for the 2021 Photo Hunt was "People and Place - our stories revealed" and ran from Friday 1 October to Sunday 31 October.
Roll of honour showing names of members of the ChristChurch Cathedral Society of Change Ringers, fallen during World War One.
"Many will remember The "Manfish" which greeted thousands of people over the the years at the entrance to the North Beach Zoo on Beach Road. Many children believed this as for real but of course was...
"Thanking the NB Districts Historical Society (Inc) for a copy of this photo and the opportunity to share. These are the original letters from the ZOO." - Contributor's note.
Portraits of Arthur Ivory, a retired post office official, with a selection of the love letters he exchanged with a woman called Madge King during the Second World War and is looking to be reunited...
Portrait of Madge King taken in 1943 pasted into a book owned by Arthur Ivory who exchanged wartime love letters with her.
"Strength from struggle" was the theme for Heritage Week in 2019.
The judges noted that this year the photos reflected Christchurch’s social history. In a year that marks many milestones for New...
Portraits of the Mayor of Kaiapoi, Benjamin Owen Williams, sitting in a lounge with frames photographs on the wall in background.
Six surviving Pioneer Amateur Sports Club founders wearing suits, sitting and standing around a birthday cake at the 102nd birthday celebration of Charles Forder. Visible behind are 4 art pieces...
Portraits of Arthur Ivory, a retired post office official who exchanged love letters with a woman called Madge King during the Second World War and is looking to be reunited with her.
The Christchurch Photo Hunt is our annual heritage image competition.
Christchurch City Libraries has run a Photo Hunt since 2008. People share their photographic memories to help build our...
2008 was the inaugural Christchurch Photo Hunt, held to coincide with Heritage Week.
Heritage Week 2008 was a celebration of Christchurch's heritage of the post-war period with the theme of...
Views of a photograph labelled “High School, Rangiora, N. Z.” with a handwritten note stating “Prior to 1906”. The photograph is on top of overseas postage stamps.
L. H. Beynon holding a letter and photograph of daughter Mary Ann, away on a rugby supporters trip in South Africa.
Views of the photographic exhibition at Robert McDougall Art Galley.