Exterior of Jubilee Memorial House aged care facility at 2 Jubilee Street in Woolston.
Exterior of Jubilee Hospital for the Aged at 2 Jubilee Street in Woolston.
Exterior of the Queen's Jubilee Memorial Home, at 2 Jubilee Street in Woolston.
Residents of Jubilee Home in Woolston who are unhappy at proposals to close the home. Pictured are, from left, Mataura Chant, Melva Bruce, Elsie Beckingsale, Mary Dalziel and Edith Chant.
Interior of the new Davis Gelatine processing plant on Connal Street in Woolston.
The Heathcote River floods Richardson Terrace and Clarendon Terrace.
Woolston Primary School students handing the president of the North Canterbury Red Cross centre a cheque for aid relief for Tonga.
Volunteers and organisers Ron Proctor (left) and Frank Harvey planting shrubs along Ferry Road near the Ferry Road roundabout to Ferrymead bridge which have been donated by the Christchurch Botanic...
Police guarding the scene of an acetylene tank explosion at Anderson Heavy Ferrous Foundry Centre on Curries Road, Woolston. The tank exploded as it was being unloaded from a flat deck truck.
Exterior of government built houses on Ferry Road in Woolston.
Radley Mill, the site of Kaiapoi Textiles Limited in Woolston.
Close-up of an ornate multi-tiered cake created by Miss Hopkins of Woolston. Cake decorations include plants, birds and animals.
A Jet Surf Rescue boat parked on Humphreys Drive near to the intersection with Ferry Road in Woolston.
Views of the winning garden at 33 Bamford Street, Woolston, of Ralph Mehlopt.
Views of Ryan Street, Woolston, winning street in the Christchurch Beautifying Association competition.
Historical plan of part of Heathcote Cemetery, bordering Rutherford Street.
The plan has plot details, including numbering, names of either purchasers or those interred, and notes and annotations.
Woolston Primary School pupils crossing a makeshift bridge.
Exterior of the Dunlop New Zealand Ltd tyre factory in Woolston.
Flooding at the corner of Judge Street and Tabart Street in Woolston.
Production and quality checking of golf balls at the International Sports Company factory. [Frames 18 to 19] Carol Morgan operates the painting machine. [Frames 20 to 21] Jean Cook grades the golf...
Production of golf balls at the International Sports Company factory. [Frames 27 to 31] Joan Prebble operates the core winder machine.
Substation at Woolston Park on Ferry Road.