Women bowling at St Martins during the Rose Bowl womens’ tournament.
Harold Parsons in suit with three children. Child on Harold's knee is Basil Turner (later general manager of Turners Office Products, Colombo & Tuam St), others unknown.
View of the Ensors Road bridge over the Heathcote River, looking South, during the final stages of construction at the intersection of Ensors Road and St Martins Road with Fifield Terrace and Riverlaw...
Stewart Betty, known as Stu, with his 90th birthday cake, featuring his sporting hobbies of bowls and golf, in his home in St Martins.
G.H. Coley (right), C.O.R.S.O organiser for the Canterbury-West Coast district, receiving a cheque from members of the St Martins senior youth group in aid of Operation 21. Pictured are, from left...
Contractors sealing approaches to Ensors Road bridge over the Heathcote in preparation for opening later that day. [Frame 14] Man with broom sweeping road. [Frames 15 to 17] Worker on tractor sealing...
Collapsed wall and roof at St Martins Library, 122 Wilsons Road, St Martins, behind temporary fencing.
Urban Search and Rescue worker walking on silt from liquefaction in entrance to Mr Mod furniture store at 88 Wilsons Road, St Martins.
Tibetan Buddhist lama, Karma Samten, giving a dharma talk in St Martins, Christchurch.
Views of where an assault and robbery occurred at a St Martins home.
Views of pheasants that have been saved by Mr Stan McKay, some have been mutilated deliberately.
Students participating in a Civil Defence earthquake disaster practice at St Martins primary school.
Interior of Super Seven Food Store and Dairy on Centaurus Road, St Martins and of its owner, Bob Thompson, explaining the events of the weekend where the shop was robbed at gunpoint.
Detective Sergeant C. Dalzell (left) and Detective R. Thurston with clothing worn during the robbery of the Super Seven Food Store on Centaurus Road, St Martins.
Brownies and Guides selling biscuits in Beckenham-St Martins area. From left, Ursula Roderick-Hill, Rachael Turnbull (front), Amber Henry, Catherine Swift, Rachel Gwatkin and Emily Turnbull, Michelle...
Views of the Christchurch Women’s Bowling Centre’s open pairs tournament.
James Courtenay Sullivan, with the portable writing desk of his great uncle, Sir Arthur Sullivan.
View of construction workers driving the third pile into the ground for the new bridge across the Heathcote River at Wilsons Road in St Martins.
View of the Ensors Road bridge over the Heathcote River, looking North, during construction at the intersection of Ensors Road and St Martins Road with Fifield Terrace.
Views of Judith Clarke (16), who is the youngest competitor at the South Island croquet championship.
Views of South Island croquet championship at the St Martins lawn.