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Krystals Palace and Brian's Barber Shop on North Avon Road

12 January 1988

Exterior of Krystals Palace and Brian's Barber Shop at 115 North Avon Road on the corner with Chrystal Street in Richmond.

Area: North East / Richmond

Reference ID: CCL-ShopArch-0109

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Gents Hairdressers on Colombo Street

12 January 1988

Exterior of a gents hairdressers at 941a Colombo Street in St Albans.

Area: North / St Albans

Reference ID: CCL-ShopArch-0041

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Syd Carter’s Barber Shop

Circa 1959

This was my father’s barber shop at the corner of Wilsons Road and Gamblins Road in St. Martin’s. He cut hair, sold lottery tickets, cigarettes, etc

Area: South / St Martins

Source: Entry in the Christchurch City Libraries 2010 Photo Hunt.

Reference ID: CCL-PH10-S-Su-150

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Local barber, Bowhill Road, North New Brighton

Monday, 15 August 2016

Interior of a local barber shop at 21 Bowhill Road, North New Brighton with barber Jonsie, stood next to a traditional barbers chair.

Creator: Tegan Hollis-Ristow

Area: East / New Brighton

Source: The Edge of the East project was a collaboration in 2016 between Christchurch City Libraries and the University of Canterbury, School of Fine Arts to create a documentary photographic record of the people and the physical and social environment of the s

Related: The Edge of the East 2016.

Reference ID: CCL-EE2016-THR-2312

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Syd Carter, barber and tobacconist in his shop

1959-60

My dad (Syd Carter) working in his barber and tobacconist shop in the early 1960s (I think). St. Martins. He was a great one for a laugh and a good 'yarn' and enjoyed the interaction with his customers. I can still smell the 'Bay Rum' and see the stacks of 'Picture Posts' and 'Weekly News', as well Donald Duck and Superman comics to amuse the youngest customers.

Area: South / St Martins

Contributor: Diane Bargas

Source: Entry in the 2013 Christchurch City Libraries Photo Hunt

Reference ID: CCL-PH13-409

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Syd Carter, barber and tobacconist in his shop

1965-66

My dad Syd Carter had a barber and tobacconist shop on the corner of Wilsons Road and Gamblins Road in St Martins. He was popular with the teenagers of the day as he was always willing to try something different. The older customers still wanted the 'short back and sides' but the younger oneds wanted flat tops, mohawks, and DAs.

Area: South / St Martins

Contributor: Diane Bargas

Source: Entry in the 2013 Christchurch City Libraries Photo Hunt

Reference ID: CCL-PH13-420

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an old man

He has a good haircut like me

My barber when I was seven

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