Portrait of Miss Barbara MacIntyre, formerly of Timaru and accommodation manager at the Hotel Australia in Melbourne.
Portraits of Rev A. E. Vogt, superintendent of the Central Methodist Mission in Adelaide, Australia.
Portraits of Felicity Bunt, flautist and finalist in the Civic Music Council concerto competition.
Portraits of Catherine Chesterton, a nurse who spend two years with the British Army in Libya.
Frames one and two are of the sign and logo for the Ghost Balloon Test Chamber, National Centre for Atmospheric Research. Remaining frames are portraits of an unidentified man.
Portraits of Susan Roberts, a student at Papanui High School as well as being the youngest and newest member of the Canterbury women's cricket team.
Portraits of Miss Mary Samuel, a retired school teacher who moved to New Zealand from Scotland.
Portrait of R. M. Naysmith, head of promotional activities at Bishopdale Shopping Centre.
Portraits of Ted Holland, a barman at a hotel in Christchurch, who raised $630 for charity through annual fundraising events.
Portraits of an unidentified man.
Portraits of jockey, Max Skelton, eating a grapefruit in a Christmas hat.
Portraits of Mr Ross Elliott, a Christchurch missionary who has just returned from Nairobi in Kenya.
Portrait of unidentified man.
Portrait of an unidentified woman.
Portrait of Eddie James, New Zealand midget car champion in Christchurch 1970.
Portraits of an unidentified man and young person.
Scenes of athletes on a grass running track at Rugby Park in St Albans. Frames one to three are of unidentified athletes.
Portraits of unidentified young women who are competitors in an athletics competition at Rugby Park. Frame six is of an unidentified man.
Portrait of an unidentified man.
Portraits of Arthur Thomson, former owner of a roadside sawmill in Bromley which is closing down due to Arthur's retirement.
Portraits of customers with Bonus Bonds they are purchasing at the Chief Post Office in Cathedral Square. Frames one and two are of Miss Elsie Parke and frame three is of Justine Brooks.
Portrait of Dave Hewitt (left) and Bruce Armstrong who have both sustained eye injuries from metal splinters from farm machinery. Both are in the eye ward at Christchurch Hospital.
Portraits of Jack McNab, Canterbury croquet champion and his croquet partner and wife Mrs Ellen McNab.