Mr Arthur Prest, a temporary member of the Royal Christchurch Music Society from Manchester, England, on his bicycle.
Portraits of Rev A. E. Vogt, superintendent of the Central Methodist Mission in Adelaide, Australia.
English jockey Desmond Cullen with his wife, Marilyn Cullen (left). Frames one and two also include an unidentified seated woman.
Three boys, from Hokitika with backpacks outside the home of one of the boys aunts on Whiteleigh Avenue in Addington. The boys have just finished walking from Hokitika to Christchurch and are, from...
Views of Heather Todd and Harlem Globetrotter, Dave Nash.
Views of American scientists who have returned from McMurdo Sound, Antarctica. Pictured in frame 1 are Lois Jones, Eileen McSaveney and Terry Tickhill.
Views of William J. Breed, geology curator at the Museum of Northern Arizona, with fossils from Antarctica.
Views of Australian Davis Cup tennis player, John Alexander.
A group of Russian tourists pictured shortly after arriving in Christchurch for a ten-day holiday over the Christmas period.
Views of Antarctica visitors, astronaut, David Scott, and Eberhard Rees, America's National Aeronautics and Space Administration, representative.
Views of US ambassador, Kenneth Franzheim, and Deep Freeze commander, Admiral David. F. Welch at Christchurch Airport.
Portraits of Dr Clyde Roller.
Portraits of Mr Arne Andreasson, chief development engineer with Swedish Sandvik Steel Works, during a visit to Christchurch.
Mr and Mrs G. A. Seal, a British couple with the mobile home they are taking across the world on tour, currently in Christchurch during seven-month tour of New Zealand.
Portraits of Sam Pollock, a British broadcaster who is visiting New Zealand sponsored by the New Zealand Broadcasting Corporation and Rotary.
Terese Banks of the Christchurch Trade and Industry Department with visiting Australian architects Michael Dysart, David Jackson and Kevin Rice in Cashel Mall near the Triangle Centre.
Portraits of Mrs Dorothy Hammond Innes, wife of Ralph Hammond Innes, a British novelist during their visit to New Zealand.
Portraits of Professor J. C. Gowan of San Fernando Valley State College in California during a visit to Christchurch to lecture about education.
Portraits of Air Commodore James Lloyd Findlay who is in Christchurch for the first time since 1938.
Views of Sam Pollock (centre) a British broadcaster visiting New Zealand, signing the visitors' book during his attendance at the Christchurch RSA Tin Hat Club tattoo at the Winter Garden on Armagh...
Portraits of Miss Maggie Haydon, a social worker from the United States of America, during a visit to Christchurch.
Portraits of Miss Elizabeth Wordie, senior welfare officer at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Adelaide, during a visit to Christchurch.
Portraits of Mrs A. D. Vickers, originally of Waimate who has lived in Scotland and in Portugal, during a visit to Christchurch to visit family.
Portraits of Lady Freyberg, wife of a former Governor-General and solider Lord Freyberg, during her visit to Christchurch.