"Wedding of Noeline (née Waight) and Colin Quartly at St Paul’s Church, Papanui. From left: Midge Waight, Judy Harvey, Ena Waight, Kathy Marshall, Tom Waight, Colin Quartly, Noeline Quartly, and...
A tram passing the ChristChurch Cathedral in Cathedral Square.
A couple standing on top of a rock on the Port Hills. Quail Island/Ōtamahua is in the background.
"Father with the first ‘binder’ in Dunsandel. Father is William Wraght and are on “Greensfield” Farm. This machine cut the grain and tied it. The grain was then stacked (grain in, stalks out) as...
"Great grandfather and Grandfather with the horses at “Greensfield” Farm at Dunsandel." - Contributor's note.
"After a drink at Bailie’s in the Square, celebrating my Bachelor’s Graduation with my Dad. An idyllic Christchurch day with the Cathedral and a tram in the background." - Contributors note.
"Christchurch Central Fire brigade annual family Christmas Picnic. The children would get to go for a ride on the fire engine. Fireman Len Corner is in the front, middle with his daughter Marie Corner...
“Edith and George. My grandmother and father in the square. Edith worked at the spa milk bar opposite Ballantynes, she was there during the fire offering tea and comfort. Today is George's 92 birthday...
Peter Kelly auctioning at the South Island bloodstock sale in Christchurch.
Prize winners and judges for the health stamp colouring contest, with the coloured entries laid out on the table.
[Frames 15 and 16] Mr and Mrs Les Ling with Gary Lee at the the South Island bloodstock sale. [Frames 17 and 18] Auctioneer Peter Kelly standing beside Dave Clarkson at the South Island bloodstock...
Prize winners and judges for the health stamp colouring contest, with the coloured entries.
Consumers’ Institute complaints and advisory officer, T. Dawson holding a telephone.
"C & J Colville Plumbers and Drainlayers building and staff at 28-30 Cathedral Square around 1905. In 1919 the building was sold to the transport board and Colvilles moved to Cambridge Terrace, in...
Bernard O’Connell, chairman of the New Zealand Liquor Industry Council speaking at the News Media Forum.
J. A. Gregor receiving a long service award from Prime Minister Norman Kirk at the Girl Guide Hall in Armagh Street.
Town Hall Board chairman H. G. Hay, with Ray Garrett and Max Busby holding tickets for the Lions Club Town Hall organ raffle.
Portraits of former chairman of the British Royal Comission on Environmental Pollution, Eric Ashby, sitting in a chair.
Portraits of former rugby player Roger Spong.
Portraits of J. A. Perkins, founder and chairman of the International Council for Education.
Portraits of professor J. G. A. Pocock.
The Monowai tug docked at Lyttleton wharf on its way to Southland.
Three men on the bow of the Monowai tug, docked at Lyttleton wharf on its way to Southland.
Portraits of Lance Heaphy, great-nephew of Charles Heaphy.