Display of electronic circuit boards with special magnifying glasses.
Erle Bensemann holding an electronic circuit board used in electric power board remote control systems. The board comprises some two thousand components.
Phyllis Sutton and an unidentified woman during postal delivery in Christchurch.
Joe Cole, and colleagues, at CHTV3 celebrating his final day in Christchurch.
Portraits of C. Knight Aldrich, professor of psychiatry at New Jersey College of Medicine and Dentistry.
Food fair held at the Chinese Cultural Centre to raise money for Telethon.
Wyn Mason, the one woman band, performing at Telethon.
Amateur weather recorder Gerald Beattie of Rangiora with his Stevenson box.
Dorothy Froom enjoys a cup of soup after being part of a scooter convoy for Telethon.
Presbyterian Support Services staff with a giant cracker containing $2200 of funds. Holding it are Denis Warren, Margaret Evrard, Ruth Buhrkuhl, Pauline Sutherland, Jane Maidment, and Gaynor Duff.
Jason Gunn with children in costumes at Telethon.
RNZAF Flying Officer, Shane Harrison, confirms airlift details with volunteer "snow rakers" who will rescue trapped sheep at a North Canterbury station.
John McCalland and Russell Strong making a final check of the phones to be used in Telethon.
Malcolm Milne blows a tube of glass at an exhibition held at the Arts Centre.
Johnny Briggs and Wyn Mason at Telethon 1985.
Matthew Whiting who will be pulled in a sledge from the Operation Deep Freeze base to the Town Hall to raise money for Telethon.
Telethon host, Ken Ellis, reads out a pledge. Behind him are Colette Mann and Norman Bowler.
Ray Frew pushing Tom Pokere in a wheelbarrow in preparation for their Telethon fundraising trip.
A.M. Satterthwaite of the Christchurch Gas Company signs a contract for a gas pipe line with Crown Crystal Glass. Also pictured are J.K. Dobson, L.S. Watson, and E.F. Gorman.
Peter Raos, a student at the School of Fine Arts, with award winning glass designs.
A range of glass products made at the Crown Crystal Glass in Hornby.
R.T. Lowry of Crown Crystal Glass with a goblet in the firm's showroom.
Kenny Kinley, a glassblower, using the furnace at Crown Crystal Glass.