Two physical education students during the summer holidays relaxing by the Centennial Swimming Pool on Armagh Street. Pictured are, from left, Jackie Fisher and Suzanne Smythe.
Portrait of Mr Frank Lee, a journalism student at the University of Canterbury who was the first to come to New Zealand under the Aspac Scheme (Asian and Pacific Council).
The Canterbury University College pipe band on capping day. The band marches from Cathedral square down Worcester street whilst Gordon Ogilvie ( far right) keeps time. He was later Band master for St...
"Two Canterbury University students in the annual Procesh - theme of this set of entries was names of films on at the time - May 1959. Probably taken in Worcester Street outside what were Univeristy...
University students outside Mrs Bottomley's Flowers at the Tannery.
University of Canterbury students Leah Kininmonth, Sarah McCallum and Wendy Kerr dancing in Cathedral Square on the shortest day of the year.
Students listening to record players in the University of Canterbury library. Pictured are Richard Charteris, Richard Percival and Douglas Paterson.
Tertiary students in Cathedral Square for the "run for education" demonstration against government education policies. Pictured are, from left, the president of the Christchurch Teachers Association...
University students dressed as a marching team, student capping week.
University students dressed in an elephant costume as an elephant trainer at the student capping week parade.
Cambodian university students Chhuy Lim Huor, Au Hieng Chhay, Lim Muy Hong, and Chea Chhin, meeting with David Cuthbert, president of the Canterbury Students Association, at Christchurch Airport.
A. Lateef, president of the Fijian Students Society at the University of Canterbury, with the ingredients for a feast to celebrate the independence of Fiji.
An audience at Lincoln College listens to a speech.
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.
Leader of the opposition, Norman Kirk, kidnapped by students at Lincoln College.
Prime Minister, Keith Holyoake, arrives at Lincoln College. [Frames 26 to 29] Keith Holyoake. [Frames 30 to 31] Norman Kirk.
University students at Lincoln College perform a kidnapping of Prime Minister, Keith Holyoake, and Norman Kirk.
Prime Minister, Keith Holyoake, and Norman Kirk, visit Lincoln College.
University of Canterbury students, Joanna Polson, Janine Morrell and Steven Ferguson dressed as the Easter Bunny to protest cuts in education. James Hight library is in the background.
Graffiti on a wall in front of the University of Canterbury registry building.
A group of students from Cashmere Primary School filming their film, "The Magic Spectacles". Behind the students is post-graduate student and member of the University of Canterbury film school, Murray...
A student from Cashmere Primary School scaling a fence on the school grounds and being filmed by another student for a film. The film was supported by the University of Canterbury film school.