Veterans of the First World War, from left, seated: Jim Ford, Jack Jamieson, standing: Robert Robertson and Jack Huggins, celebrating Armistice Day at the RSA clubrooms at 74 Armagh Street.
Former members of the 49th Battery of the 38th New Zealand Field Regiment led by W. P. Spencer (left) and F. J. Mitchell, marching to the Citizens' War Memorial in Cathedral Square. The march is to...
South African War veterans at a wreath laying ceremony in Victoria Square to mark the sixty fifth anniversary of the signing of the Boer War Peace Treaty in 1902. Pictured are, from left, B. L...
First World War veterans, F. Carpenter and G. E. Till (left), lay a wreath at the Citizens' War Memorial on behalf of the Old Contemptibles' Association.
Members of the Veterans' Association, Army, Navy and auxiliary forces lay a wreath at the Queen Victoria statue to commemorate the signing of the South African War peace treaty.
G.E. Till (left) and V. G. Ellena, First World War veterans of the Old Contemptibles' Association placing a wreath on the Citizens' War Memorial.
Veterans of the South African War commemorate the signing of the South African War peace treaty in Victoria Square by the Queen Victoria statue.
Veterans marching from Worcester Street to Cathedral Square for the Anzac Day dawn service.
Second World War veteran, P.G.H. Scott selling an Anzac Day poppy to Tania Fisk.
Papanui Returned Service Association members and their wives with a 1914 Fiat troop carrier which will be used to carry disabled veterans during the Anzac Day parade. To the left Mr Ivan Ward (left)...
Papanui Returned Services Association president, Joe Salt, with a wreath on Anzac Day during the march to Cathedral Square.
Cliff Crutch, 82, in his final year of selling poppies for Anzac Day in the central city near the Bridge of Remembrance.
Views of Armed Forces personnel and RSA members in Cathedral Square, carrying wreaths and flowers.
[Frame 22] Crowd in Cathedral Square at the citizens’ Anzac Day service. An unidentified man is holding up a picture of the My Lai massacre. [Frame 23] RSA members uprooting crosses that had been...
[Frames 24 and 25] Wooden crosses planted in Cathedral Square by demonstrators. [Frames 26, 27 and 28] RSA member removing a picture of the My Lai massacre that had been placed on the Cenotaph by...
Views of wreaths being laid at the feet of the Citizens’ War Memorial, while public and dignitaries look on. [Frames 33a and 34a] Mayor Ron Guthrey.
View of people laying poppies into a cross at the Citizens War Memorial in Cathedral Square during the Anzac Day dawn service.
Views of attendees at the Anzac Day dawn service in Cathedral Square by the Citizens War Memorial. Features attendees laying a painting in memory of those who have died as part of the Vietnam War.
Views of attendees at the Anzac Day dawn service in Cathedral Square by the Citizens War Memorial. Frames one and two are of a group of people with a placard in memory of those who have died as part...
View of wreath bearers at the Anzac Day dawn parade prior to the dawn service at the Citizens War Memorial.
Views of the laying of wreaths and of attendees at the Anzac Day dawn service in Cathedral Square by the Citizens War Memorial.
Views of the Anzac Day dawn parade and service in Cathedral Square.
Portraits of Norman Carnegie, a former Canterbury rugby player, at the Rannerdale War Veterans’ Home.
Joe Bielby (seated) and Ned Shaplin, South African War veterans, with the South African War Veterans Association flag, at Rannerdale War Veterans Home.