Edwardian style

Edwardian style

Edwardian style

Edwardian style

Oram family Christmas Lunch

Circa 1905

Lunch on Christmas day at the Oram family house in Cass Street Kaiapoi.

Area: Other / Wider Canterbury

Source: Entry in the Christchurch City Libraries 2010 Photo Hunt

Reference ID: CCL-PH10-S-CW064

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Copyright status: Out of copyright

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St Albans shop.

Circa 1905

Emily Treleaven and Clara Coles. Clara owned the shop with her husband. They owned 2 shops, 1 in Sydenham and 1 in St. Albans. Owner thinks this is the one in St. Albans.

Area: North / St Albans

Contributor: Denise Jack

Source: 2010 Photo Hunt

Reference ID: CCL-HW10-S-CW058

Uploaded by: Christchurch City Libraries

Copyright status: In copyright

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Ethel Gundry marries Frederick Strong, 1902

20 August 1902

My grandparents wedding in Christchurch,  August 20th, 1902  – Springfield Road somewhere?? That’s the Strong family on groom’s side; Frederick George Howard Bach Strong marries Ethel Theresa Gundry. Some one has cut someone out of the photo! The bride’s father was William Hickley Gundry, a prominent auditor and accountant in Christchurch. His uncle was Dr Gundry one of the first settlers along with his father Samuel Gundry. The man with the beard at the back-third to the left of the groom is the groom’s father – at that time Librarian of the Canterbury Public Library - the Strong’s lived in the library house on Cambridge terrace.

Area: North / St Albans

Source: Entry in the 2015 Photo Hunt by Roger Strong.

Reference ID: CCL-PH15-RoSt-Ethel

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Mrs G.B. Steel and her daughter shopping in Cashel Street

1930s

Mrs G.B. (Madge) Steel and her daughter shopping in Cashel Street, properly attired with hat, purse and gloves. Accepted dress for that period. Street in the 1930s.

Area: Central City / Central Christchurch - South

Contributor: Jeffrey Steel.

Source: Entry in the 2014 Christchurch City Libraries Photo Hunt

Reference ID: CCL-PH14-125

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