Steven Hole of Holes Bakery, 81 Effingham Street, North Beach, with a vacuum packing machine.
Steven Hole of Holes Bakery, 81 Effingham Street, North Beach, preparing mix for pumpernickel rye bread.
Dr C. Hooker operating a radio machine that grows crystals
Mr I. R. French-Wright, secretary of the Christchurch Stock Exchange, operating the Stockmaster. The Stockmaster is linked directly to the Reuter computer in Sydney and supplies immediate information...
Honey being packaged by a machine and put into cartons at an apiary.
View of honey creaming vats at an apiary.
Female patient lying on a medical bed Patient receiving light stimulus treatment from a medical machine. The machine features a screen, computer, camera, and fixed light instruments.
Views of J.B Stott along with other scientists with the plasma arc reactor machine.
Machine operator Melvin Rainbow and factory manager C. Perry at Injection Moulders Ltd with the millionth shoe produced by the company.
Views of the opening of the New Zealand’s first cuddling machine.
Machines created by English designer Rowland Emett for the United Artists film company, on display at the Industries Fair in Addington.
Views of the children from Lady May Kindergarten at the General Foods’ Gaytime ice cream factory on Blenheim Road.
Views of the employees of Bowden Publicity Associates, which is a Christchurch direct marketing and mail advertising firm.
Views of the different machines including a spectrophotometer that are located at the Christchurch Technical Institute.
Views of the different machines that are located at the Christchurch Technical Institute.
Views of members of the Christchurch Lions clubs watching Dr H. Jenner Wales use the electro-retinograph machine that they helped finance in the outpatient department at Christchurch Hospital.
Room with numerous machines as well as hammers, a chalkboard and a clamp
[Frame 11a] Home-made electro-retinograph machine. [Frames 12a to 13a] Portraits of Dr H. J. Wales, eye surgeon at Christchurch Hospital.