Butter sign supermarket

1965 - 1969 Christchurch Star photographs

Images from the Star copy prints collection, 1965-1969.

Image credit: Close-up of a sold out of butter sign in the chilled section of a New Brighton supermarket the day after the price of butter rose to 2/10. CCL-StarP-00236A.

The collection was a working photograph library used in the production of the newspaper.
Many of the prints have crop marks, and on the reverse, publication dates, and newspaper captions or articles.
This digitised collection contains a sample of material from the extensive collection, and more digitised images will be added over time.
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1965 - 1969 Christchurch Star photographs
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81st anniversay cake for D.I.C.

Lions Club vice-president Les Malcolm, Medical superintendent at Sunnyside Hospital Edwin Hall, and Lions Club president Max Busby with the cake to celebrate the 81st anniversary of D.I.C.