Exterior of the former bakehouse on Grove Street, Rangiora.
Interior of the former bakehouse on Grove Street, Rangiora.
Anzac Day procession on High Street in Rangiora.
Honours board in the lodge room at Ashley Lodge, no. 29 Ashley Lodge and no. 28 Rangiora.
Original constitution in the secretary office at Ashley Lodge, no. 28 Rangiora. E Mulcock signature is marked with arrow.
Amateur weather recorder Gerald Beattie of Rangiora with his Stevenson box.
Pupils from Southbrook School on a parade through Rangiora's business district to raise funds for Telethon.
Roy Knight shows firefighters how to set up a hose laying box at the Department of Conservation regional fire depot in Rangiora.
Memorial plaque for all Waimakariri District service personnel at the Christchurch Memorial Returned and Services Association (74 Armagh Street).
Jim Clayden, owner, with the staff of Rangiora Printing Service.
The entrance to the tunnel that runs around the outside of the Thomas Hills circular kiln at Rangiora.
A collection of bricks, drain pipes and drainage tiles produced at the Thomas Hills kiln in Rangiora.
The aftermath of a fire at McAlpine's timber mill in Southbrook near Rangiora.
Winner of the Master Bakers Association’s Apprentice of the Year Award, Philip Folter, baking.
Portraits of Tom Fraser, woo lived beside the Red Lion Hotel, standing at his fence.
Competitors, including Jenny Dunn, in Beath’s A grade jumping competition in Rangiora.
Competitors, including Annette McCully on Mighty Tarn, in Beath’s A grade jumping competition in Rangiora.
Horses jumping in the Beath’s A grad jumping competition at Rangiora.
[Frames 38, 39 and 40] Views of Donald the pet parrot in a cage. [Frame 41] Donald the pet parrot perching on top of the cage. [Frames 42 and 42] Views of Mrs Janet McCormack with Donald the pet...
Portraits of Mrs Janet McCormack with a cage during the search for her pet parrot, Donald, which flew away from the Junction Hotel in Rangiora.
Visitors browsing exhibits at the Rangiora Floral Festival.