Cecilia Tolan, assistant at Gallery 11 on Gloucester Street, with a wax doll brought to New Zealand in 1873.
Steven Gale with donations collected for Romanian orphans at the Linwood New World Supermarket.
Miss Collins holding a doll, seated on a wicker seat by the veranda of Glenalvon Private Hotel, Symonds Street, Auckland.
Woman and girl, possibly in grounds of Glenalvon Private Hotel, Symonds Street, Auckland. Girl holds a doll and is seated on a park bench.
Brother and sister, Martin and Venis Todd. A studio photo taken about 1918 in Christchurch. Dressed in their best clothes and the girls hair has been plaited wet and then released for this look. Note...
It is a photo of me on my 5th birthday with a doll I got at a bach we stayed in Akaroa. Taken August 1976.
L. Purins, E. Hockham and V. Celmins in Latvian clothing at the Continental Fair held at Canterbury Court. [Frame 6] Unidentified girl with dolls in costumes.
[Frame 32] Denise Forrester in Y.W.C.A. gardens dressed in Dutch costume. [Frame 35] Gayle (left) and sister Marlene Henry admiring Japanese doll.
[Frame 41 to 44] Mrs van Berkel speaking to a group of girls during the Y.W.C.A. ‘stay-at-home camp’.[Frame 39 to 40] Marlene (left) and sister Gayle Henry admiring Japanese doll.
Dorothy Gimblett outdoors at "Hillwood" hanging dolls clothes on washing line with buckets, wash basins and dolls.
Dorothy Gimblett outdoors at "Hillwood" washing doll clothes in wash basin with dolls.
E.G. McKenzie, I. Cooke and G.E. Mason with soft toys at the Country Women's Institute spring show, Yaldhurst Hall.
Scenes during the Rangiora fair to promote Community Care Day. Frames one and two are of a child with a fire engine hose and remaining frames are of Christina Thompson with a doll at the Rangiora...
Sisters Sharon and Lynette Rich in a toy store.
Displays of toys at the International Toy Fair.
Canterbury Public library staff member, Pat Smith, with a selection of toys made available for people to play with during the Christchurch Arts Festival.
Karen Wisse with a cotton wool doll after her dental appointment at the School of Dental Service.
Ina Drury showing Karen Wisse a doll at the School of Dental Service.
Karen Wisse visiting the School of Dental Service. Interacting with dental nurse Ina Drury, and playing with a doll.
Karen Wisse looking at a doll with dental nurse Ina Drury at the School of Dental Service.
A set of dolls owned by Betty Johnson on display.
A doll in nineteenth century garments owned by Betty Johnson.
Betty Johnson with dolls displayed on an arm chair in her living room.