Pearl, Violet, Phyllis, Owen, Arthur and Jack Sutton beside Cave Rock in Sumner.
Mrs Neville McDonald before the Ranfurly Shield match with her sons, Hamish (left) lock for Canterbury, and Rod, flanker for Southland. Ranfurly Shield rugby union match played today at Lancaster Park...
Newspaper caption: The late Mr Dan Kellahan landed at Lyttelton in 1868 and Mrs Kellahan two years later. They were both born at Cossack, Kirkcudbrightshire, Scotland.
Family portrait of soldiers in Christchurch during the Second World War.
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".
An unidentified man with two children at the Bridge of Remembrance on the corner of Cashel Street and Oxford Terrace.
Michael Keown and his mum in Cathedral Square. My dad worked at the Press. The Press building, Citizens war memorial and ChristChurch Cathedral are visible in background.
Composite of Leadervale homestead in Parnassus, part of the Mulcock estate, and Paul Mulcock with his mother Rete and grandfather John Weld.
Albert Grundy and family outside their shop in Selwyn Street in Spreydon.
Veda Crofts holding her son Mervyn aged 2 years with two unidentified friends.
Portraits of Noeline Johnstone holding her son, Mark Alan Johnstone at Essex Maternity Hospital in Linwood (now Phillipstown).
"Great grandfather and Grandfather with the horses at “Greensfield” Farm at Dunsandel." - Contributor's note.
Views of the McConnell Family.
Sandy, with Michael Elliot on his shoulders outside a house beside a garden.
Michael Elliot with Sandy Elliot posing in front of a fence, looking out over Wellington.
Views of Mrs M. P. Harnett with sons, Nicky and Kevin.
Portraits of Clare Walker with son, Ian.
The burnt cars and machinery that were damaged in the overnight fire at the farm of Malcolm Cameron in Ladbrooks. [Frame 24] Malcolm Cameron looking at the remains of a 1916 fire engine, the fifth...
Newly-elected Prime Minister Norman Kirk and son Philip celebrating Mr Kirk’s victory at the Labour Party headquarters in Sydenham. [Frames 25, 26 and 27] Mrs Kirk with Mr Kirk and son Philip.
Newly-elected Prime Minister Norman Kirk and his wife Ruth celebrating with party supporters at the Labour Party headquarters in Sydenham. [Frames 37, 38 and 39] Mrs Kirk, son Philip and Mr Kirk...
Mr Kerry Burke, new Member of Parliament for Rangiora, with his wife Jenny Burke and 18-month-old son Dillon.
Members of the Kirk family on their front lawn. Pictured: son Robert and his wife Judith, Mrs Kirk, Mr Kirk holding grandson Jamie, daughter Robyn and son Philip.