"Director of the Robert McDougall Art gallery, Mr B. D. Muir, in the sculpture court of the gallery. In the foreground is a bronze sculpture by Paul Beadle titled "Last Supper VI"."
Members of the Invercargill team tending to "patients" during the Railway St John Ambulance lifesaving competition for the New Zealand Road Alliance Shield at the Addington Railway Workshops.
New Midland coaches designed and built in Christchurch setting off on their first journey with tourists from the workshops in Lichfield Street.
View of the statue of Robert Falcon Scott on the corner of Oxford Terrace and Worcester Street. Behind is a crane working on the construction of the police station building.
Elvene Van Der Togt with rally car
Elvene Van Der Togt and Charles Summers with rally car
Miss Ngo Thi Vinh
Dr C. Hooker operating a radio machine that grows crystals
Sir Tyrone Guthrie at new town hall site
Canterbury v Buller Ranfurly Shield rugby match at Lancaster Park
Ron Rutherford with rally car
Mr L. A. C. van Ginkel
Crowds attending start of Silver Fern Rally in Cathedral Square
Detective N. R. Scott holding wooden mace
Alex Wyllie with his wife and three children, including his newborn daughter who was born while he was on tour in South Africa.
Alex Wyllie with his one-month year old baby daughter who was born while he was on tour in South Africa.
Beranice King of Christchurch who will take up a fellowship of US$6000 for research into nursing at the Ohio State University.
[Frame 1] Mrs P. Buckley of 222 Queensbury Street, Burwood seated in car. [Frames 2 and 3] Mrs G. L. Ellis of 130 Westminster Street, St. Albans standing in street.
[Frames 4 and 5] Mrs E. Smyth of 168 New Brighton Road seated in back seat of car. [Frame 6] Mrs P. Buckley of 222 Queensbury Street, Burwood seated in car.
[Frame 7] Mrs G. N. Pearce of 39 Tovey Street, New Brighton standing outdoors in street. [Frames 8 and 9] Mrs L. I. Maunsell-Terry of 354 Armagh Street standing outdoors in street.