The Chihuahua of G. Lawrence atop of a kennel in the flooded backyard of a Hobson Street property. An image from the Discovery Wall.
View of the burnt Spitfire which was vandalised outside the Brevet Club on Memorial Avenue near Christchurch Airport. 6 October 1984. An image from the Discovery Wall.
On Saturday 19 July 1919, the people of Christchurch gathered for a weekend of celebration to mark the end of "the war to end all wars".
Ross Humphries, the manager of Smith's Bookshop, at 133 Manchester Street, with copies of early rugby books ahead of an auction of the books in the store. 14 October 1991.