Newspaper caption: Farmers' day at Lincoln College has become a popular annual fixture, which enables those who take an interest in the advancement of agriculture in the provincial district to mark...
Newspaper caption: The opening of the new hall at Springston, Canterbury.
Unidentified man seated at table has roll of tickets beside him and appears to be counting money.
Earthquake damaged Savoy Brown cafe in High Street.
Earthquake damaged The Globe Cafe and One Big Sugar Bowl on High Street.
Earthquake damaged Strawberry Fare building on Peterborough Street.
Furniture inside an unidentified shop, with fallen shelves from earthquakes.
An unidentified group of people sitting in the food court at South City Mall.
People standing around a BBQ at the Spring River Festival. The OZtrail tent is in the background.
Baked treats (muffins/biscuits) on a table.
Oztrail pop up tent during the Spring River Festival. There are two tables (one with items on it and the other empty) inside the tent. There is also a kayak next to the tent.
Earthquake damaged wiring and ducting in an unidentified building.
Market stalls at the Parklands Market organised by Parklands Baptist Community Church.
Art and vehicles at Parklands Market organised by Parklands Baptist Community Church.
A bouncy castle and market stalls at the Parklands Market organised by Parklands Baptist Community Church.
Food on a table for the volunteers and people who are suffering during the 2010/2011 Christchurch Earthquakes.
Mrs R. D. Goulden with arrangements for the Riccarton Horticulture Society’s annual flower show at Riccarton Town Hall.
Murray Nuttall, sales manager for Plastic Products Film Co, with Commonwealth Games symbol competition entries spread out on the ground.
Hilda Werner knitting with three children around a table at the Birchfield School.
Mr and Mrs John Roach sitting in their kitchen in Peverel Street Riccarton, with their baby Darren sitting on a table.
Various residents share memories of their favourite Lyttelton fish and chip shops.
Group photographs of three Cobham Intermediate School students who won scholarships in the exams by the Canterbury Education Board. Pictured: Max Earnshaw (winner of a Returned Services Association...