Mr Bellen with two of the Gallatley sisters of Stephenson’s Dramatic Company in a rowboat and a canoe on the Avon River near the Botanic Gardens footbridge. In the background figures are seated on the...
Sisters Miss Winifred Austin and Miss Elsie Austin of the Hawtrey Comedy Company in canoes on the Avon River in Hagley Park.
Three women and a girl, including the Smith Sisters of Harry Rickards’ Vaudeville Company in a rowboat and canoes on the Avon River in Hagley Park.
Pearl, Violet, Phyllis, Owen, Arthur and Jack Sutton beside Cave Rock in Sumner.
Siblings Phyllis, Owen, Arthur with their cousin Jack sitting in a shallow pool of water at Sumner Beach.
Studio portrait of siblings Martin and Venis Todd.
Alice Todd walking on Colombo Street with her daughter Venis Olin and granddaughters Merle and Avis.
Venis, Avis and Merle Olin shopping in Christchurch. Photograph taken near the bank building by Valerie Studios.
Jim and Venis Olin with daughters Merle and Avis and friends Margaret and Natalie at Addington for Show Day.
Twins sitting on New Brighton Beach with the old pier visible in the background.
Two unidentified sisters in Cathedral Square.
Children beside a Christmas tree with their presents in the backyard of their Opawa home.
Three children standing under a sprinkler attached to a clothesline in Ford Road, with the mother of two of the girls watching from the doorway of the house.
Family portrait of soldiers in Christchurch during the Second World War.
Johanna Janssen and her brother at Glenelg Health Camp.
Group portrait of Arthur, Keith, Murray, Robert and John Harris with their sister.
Children with a bridal car at the wedding of Esther Hendren.
Small girl pushing her brother in a go-kart.
Man his grandson in the family kart while his granddaughter follows behind.
Reynolds family eating Christmas lunch at a dining table.
Shirley and Des Foster with children Karen, Paul and Susan dressed for a day in the city outside ChristChurch Cathedral. The pram was called a "Nibs Chariot".
[Frame 32] Denise Forrester in Y.W.C.A. gardens dressed in Dutch costume. [Frame 35] Gayle (left) and sister Marlene Henry admiring Japanese doll.
[Frame 41 to 44] Mrs van Berkel speaking to a group of girls during the Y.W.C.A. ‘stay-at-home camp’.[Frame 39 to 40] Marlene (left) and sister Gayle Henry admiring Japanese doll.
Louisa, Jane, Amy & Bess Mulcock, daughters of Edward and Thirza Mulcock of Peveral Place on Mulcock Road in Flaxton.