M. Horne, factory manager of Natural Energy Electric Vehicles (NEEV), with an electric truck.
Artist Margaret Chapman with the designs for the 1980 health stamp series.
Exterior of the Primary Teachers Training College on the corner of Montreal Street and Peterborough Street.
Life skills opportunity scheme for unemployed young people at the Aldersgate centre at 309 Durham Street.
Wool machines at the factory of Lane Walker Rudkin, 11 Durham Street, Sydenham.
Veterans marching from Worcester Street to Cathedral Square for the Anzac Day dawn service.
A Housing Corporation sign advertising residential sections for sale in the Redwood area of Christchurch.
The fire damaged buildings at Murphy Brothers brickworks, Cashmere.
The remains of the fire damaged buildings at Murphy Brothers brickworks, Cashmere.
Firefighters and fire engines attend a fire at Murphy Brothers brickworks.
Sculpture work for the grounds surrounding newly constructed buildings by Rosemary Johnson at the Christchurch Teachers College, Ilam.
View of the crowd during a Fleetwood Mac concert at Athletic Park in Auckland.
The Minister of Energy, Bill Birch, with Michael McNabb and John Truesdale.
Knitting machine being operated at the Lane Walker Rudkin Industries Ltd factory. The knitting machine can do approx. 1600 rows per minute.
Denise King, cabinet maker, in the workshop at Howard Smith Ltd celebrating an award following the completion of her apprenticeship.
Exterior of the Queen Anne style, Sumner School of the Deaf building and grounds.
Marketing manager V. Buxton (left) and manager Ray Kelly at the Dunlop Plant, Woolston with 'leather look' product samples.
Ann Filshie signs the South Island Movement petition in Cathedral Square. The booth is manned by foundation member of the South Island Movement's local branch, Mr Clifford Brown.
Members of the Sockburn Motors midget division with a 1922 Leyland fire engine.
Synthetic industrial textile being made on machinery at Donaghy's Aranui factory (formerly Millers Aranui Mill). People working on the machines are visible in the background.
Exterior of a house with a sign from developers Smith Developments Ltd advertising sections for sale on the Glenelg Estate, Murray Aynsley Hill.