A family of two adults and eight children posing on a picnic rug including adults, children and a baby.
Two children on small seat and picnic rug in a garden.
Four women and one man in a garden setting with seat, tables and tea set. Two women appear to be holding baseball/softball bats.
Newspaper caption: The members of the Farmers' Union held their annual picnic at Lincoln Agricultural College on Thursday. The afternoon was pleasantly spent on the College sports ground and there was...
Four men and four women drinking billy tea as part of a picnic in the Rotokawa area near Taupō in the North Island. A picnic basket and Manuka-pole drying racks for clothes are also visible.
Two frames of four men and four women of Stephenson’s Dramatic Company on the riverbank of the Avon River in Hagley Park, some drinking tea.
Miss Ethel Appleton and Miss Minnie Ascoli of the Geach and Willoughby Comedy Company with a bottle of wine and a picnic basket in canoes on the Avon River in Hagley Park.
Two women, one in a nurse's uniform, seated on a picnic blanket in the Botanic Gardens. Christchurch Hospital is visible in the background.
A group of families at a picnic at Stewart's Gully.
These were the days when you "dressed" to have a picnic at New Brighton beach. 3 generations enjoying themselves. "Note the furs"!
Jim Crofts having a picnic. My father.
Family at the river. From a photograph album.
Would you like a biscuit?
Family day picnic at Akaroa - Debbie & David (5 &3). January 1965.
Rimmer & Lee family picnic at Sumner, 1965.
Views of the activities at the Labour Day picnic held at Linwood Park.
Newspaper caption: The Antarctic relief ship Morning: picnic at Otarama, on November 21, organised by Christchurch citizens.
Newspaper caption: In the centre of the front row are the guests. The electors of the Selwyn, Courtenay and Ellesmere electorates join together for a picnic at Ellesmere to celebrate the re-election...
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Newspaper caption: Prize-winners in the baby competition, which was a feature of the picnic held at Kowhai Bush, by the combined staffs of the Christchurch City Council.