Newspaper caption: The Canterbury College School of Forestry students held their annual spring camp at Kimberley near Darfield under the direction of Messrs Foweraker and Hutchinson of the School of...
Newspaper caption: A busy period on Canterbury Farms: Stud sheep at Lincoln College. Lincoln College possesses one of the leading flocks of Southdowns in the Dominion, and there is a keen demand for...
Newspaper caption: His Excellency the Governor, Lord Islington, paid a visit to the Canterbury Agricultural College at Lincoln on November 1st. His Excellency was accompanied by Lady Islington, Miss...
Newspaper caption: Over two hundred farmers and other visitors were conducted over the experimental plots at Lincoln College last Thursday, the occasion being the annual gathering known as Farmers'...
Newspaper caption: Training in agricultural science: glimpses of work at the Canterbury Agricultural College, at Lincoln
University students at Lincoln College perform a kidnapping of Prime Minister, Keith Holyoake, and Norman Kirk.
Prime Minister, Keith Holyoake, arrives at Lincoln College. [Frames 26 to 29] Keith Holyoake. [Frames 30 to 31] Norman Kirk.
Leader of the opposition, Norman Kirk, kidnapped by students at Lincoln College.
[Frames 30a and 31a] Christchurch International Airport, 30 Durey Road, Harewood, 8053. [Frames 32a to 34a] University of Canterbury, Creyke Road, Ilam, 8041.
[Frames 35a and 37a] University of Canterbury, Creyke Road, Ilam, 8041. [Frames 38a to 40a] Addington Raceway, 75 Jack Hinton Drive, Addington, 8024.
Book display in the School of Engineering library at the University of Canterbury of the 50 best books of the 1972 publishing year chosen by the American Institute of Graphic Arts. The display is...
Crane and a University of Canterbury building under construction.
Prime Minister, Keith Holyoake, and Norman Kirk, visit Lincoln College.
An audience at Lincoln College listens to a speech given during the visit of Prime Minister, Keith Holyoake. [Frames 33 to 34] Buildings at Lincoln College.
Prime Minister, Keith Holyoake, visits Lincoln College.
An audience at Lincoln College listens to a speech.
Professor T. M. Morrison of Lincoln College with weather recording equipment.
Professor T. M. Morrison of Lincoln College and the shed used to for climatological research.