Notes on back of photo: " This couple is said to be Edward & Thirza Mulcock; taken about the time of their wedding 10 July 1860". This picture probably is made from a glass plate photo. "
Portrait of Professor of Medicine, Don Beaven, of the Christchurch School of Medicine sat at his desk with a book on wine as part of his study into the wine drinking habits in New Zealand.
Portrait of Rewi Alley, New Zealand writer and political activist.
Portrait of Professor of Medicine, Don Beaven, of the Christchurch School of Medicine.
Portraits of Ann Hercus.
Portrait of an unidentified older bearded man seated in a garden.
Portraits of Ted Holland, a barman at a hotel in Christchurch, who raised $630 for charity through annual fundraising events.
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.
Doris Shipston, mother of professional swimmer Tui Shipston.
Shirley Jackson, president of the Bishopdale Activities Group.
Portraits of Mr Ross Elliott, a Christchurch missionary who has just returned from Nairobi in Kenya.
Portraits of Rev A. E. Vogt, superintendent of the Central Methodist Mission in Adelaide, Australia.
Portraits of jockey, Max Skelton, eating a grapefruit in a Christmas hat.
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 an unidentified man.
Newspaper caption: See Obituary p. 63 last issue.
Newspaper caption: Leeston, died of wounds.
Portraits of Miss Maggie Haydon, a social worker from the United States of America, during a visit to Christchurch.
Portraits of Miss Elizabeth Wordie, senior welfare officer at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Adelaide, during a visit to Christchurch.
Portraits of Mr Frank Bryden, former chief officer of the Kaiapoi Volunteer Fire Brigade.
Portraits of Mr W. G. Croll, chairman of the Mountain Search and Rescue Co-ordinating Committee for the Christchurch police district.
Portraits of Mr A. I. Garriock, District Superintendent of the Transport Ministry.
Portraits of Mrs A. D. Vickers, originally of Waimate who has lived in Scotland and in Portugal, during a visit to Christchurch to visit family.