Views of managing director, Mr H. R. Schuitman with a Traub automatic lathe at the leather factory for Carlton Manufacturing Co. Ltd on Clarence Street in Riccarton.
A group of musicians from the Christchurch School of Instrumental Music rehearsing ahead of their annual concert at Christchurch Town Hall.
Scenes during gameplay of a Merivale-Papanui v Sydenham rugby match at Lancaster Park. Frame one is of Ian Culpan of Merivale-Papanui feeding the ball.
Scenes of horses racing and jumping over the Cutts jump during the Grand National at Riccarton race course.
Scenes of horses racing and jumping over the Cutts jump during the Grand National at Riccarton race course. Frames three to six capture no. 6, Life's A Gamble, falling after jumping over the Cutts...
Scenes during gameplay of a Christchurch v Belfast rugby match at Lancaster Park. Frame three is of Alister Roberts of Christchurch with the ball.
Scenes of horses racing and clearing jumps during the Grand National at Riccarton race course.
Scenes of horses racing and clearing jumps during the Grand National at Riccarton race course. Both frames feature, horse No. 3 Charlestown with owner-rider Ken Browne.
Alison Watson next to a selection of Tait radiotelephones to be exported to the UK.
Assembler Maureen Flattery-Donohoe checking printed componentry at the Tait Electronics production unit.
The Minister of Trade, Mr Talboys on a visit to Tait electronics' factory following a presentation of an export award to the factory. The minister is shown inspecting circuits created by a female...
Ben Rumble, the sales manager for Tait Electronics marking on a world map potential targets for international sales campaigns.
Strikers with placards on a picket line at Sawyers Arms Road dump being moved by police to allow a Mogel Bin Services truck to offload Waimairi County rubbish.
Group of primary school children from Wharenui School holding paper hot air balloons, made by the children, above their heads prior to their launch in Hagley Park.
Police in riot gear drawing their batons against protesters who entered the pitch at Lancaster Park to demonstrate against the Springbok rugby tour.
A line of Springbok rugby tour protesters sat across Ferrymead Bridge. Facing them are a line of police with batons.
Lyttelton Museum member, F.Y. Conradie unveils a plaque to mark the site of the former Lyttelton jail with Samuel Jones.
Hans Schuitman, managing director of Carlton Manufacturing Co. Ltd with a lathe machine.
Clyde Collins Motors at 330 Riccarton Road in Upper Riccarton.
A group of protesters on Deans Avenue heading towards Chateau Regency in Kilmarnock Street, where Prime Minister Robert Muldoon was guest speaker at a Canterbury Chamber of Commerce function.