Making a Yogi Bear Snowman in the evening. Mon 22 1976, 7.00pm.
St Bedes College, March 1980. Before the main building was demolished.
Five Bangladeshi children from Savar Children's Village in Dhaka who are touring New Zealand to thank New Zealanders for their support in providing family care for 200 children. The children are...
Bill Freeman standing in his orchard in Tuckers Road.
Bill Freeman demonstrating the espalier technique used in his orchard in Tuckers Road.
Ben and Thomas Harrow preparing fruit picking buckets.
My daughter Lisa at our new house in Munro Street, Redwood.
Teacher Margaret Ngatai (right) and Megan Ayrton filling plastic buckets with donated goods for the Redwood Hall committee fundraiser.
Residents of Clipper Place, Redwood, protesting the decision by Merritt Real Estate to keep the poplar trees on the boundary of their properties on Prestons Road. The residents claim the trees are...
Portraits of Susan Abell.
A group of students from St Bede's College with model World War One aircrafts they created as part of the School Certificate syllabus. Pictured behind those holding the planes are, from left, front...
Substation situated at 206 Main North Road. Styled to look like a house.
Statue by sculptor, Llew Summers, outside the Waimairi District Council flats in Manse Place, Redwood.
A Housing Corporation sign advertising residential sections for sale in the Redwood area of Christchurch.
Student, Jane Busch, from Breens Intermediate School, digging a hole ready to plant a tree as part of the 1990 Wetlands Project. The trees and shrubs are being planted behind the transfer station in...
Mr Bob Hawkin driving his 1903 traction engine and pulling two trailers along Main North Road in Redwood towards the Belfast Country Fair.
The St Bedes College building as it was in 1950.
Joe Vuletich of Townsend Excavating removing roofing iron from demolished shops to make way for a new Mobil service station on the corner of Prestons Road and Main North Road.
Exterior of the Redwood Mobil service station on the corner of Main North Road and Prestons Road.
Don Harrison, sales supervisor for the National Cash Register Company, congratulating Murray McIver of the Midway Service Station on the Main North Road. Between them is a NCR 230.
Dagny Baltakmens and Rachel Hunter examine the burnt remains of a classroom at Redwood School.
The opening of a Christchurch Free Kindergarten at Redwood. [Frames 14 and 15] Laura Ingram and Brian Talboys.
Fitter and turner, Scott Lintott, with a timber preserving cylinder manufactured by Scotts Engineering being moved from the Cranford Street workshop site to the railways yards in Addington.