Ruth Dyson, the Labour MP for Port Hills, in her office, 642 Ferry Road.
Owner of Three Boys Brewery in his office.
Views of two men in an office looking through copies of a magazine.
Views of Jan Shaw, Miss Canterbury.
Scenes of various men working in a office with typewriters and paperwork.
Scenes of various men working in a office with typewriters, folders and paperwork.
Portraits of staff from the Import-Export Corp in an office with telephone and papers.
Architect W. Taurau Royal leaning on desk smoking a pipe.
Architect W. Taurau Royal sitting at a desk with a pipe and pen in hand.
Secretary and escort Penny Ray sitting on an office desk.
Portraits of Owen Jones, writer-in-residence at the University of Canterbury, at a typewriter in his office in the English Department.
Christchurch mayor, Albert Ronald Guthrey, presenting a cheque to Games general gifts committee chairman, A. W. Robinson, as part of the 1974 Commonwealth Games appeal.
Professor and honorary fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, George Jobberns, sitting at a desk in front of bookshelves in an office.
Portraits of Dr. Tom R. Anderson in an office.
A man sat at a computer in the offices of the Youth Alive Trust at 111-113 Seaview Road, New Brighton.
Ron sitting in his home office at his home in Halswell.
Views of staff processing income tax returns at the Inland Revenue Department offices in Christchurch.
Bealey Park, office park between Barbadoes Street and Churchill Street.
View of telephone switchboard operators.
Joan Brake, telephonist for the University of Canterbury administration and registry.
Newspaper caption: The Midland Railway, fashions and a boycott
Photograph published without additional caption.
Terry Casey, general manager of Vinads, sitting at a desk.