A woman standing next to a sign with directions and a display of hats at Re:Start Mall.
Maureen Haynes with a 10 km long scarf knitted for Telethon.
Billy T. James with Tania Ameer-Beg and Tom Woodhams who will promote Telethon 1985.
Secretary and escort Penny Ray sitting on an office desk.
Portraits of secretary and escort, Penny Ray.
Portraits of Bobbi Menzies, fashion advisor and education officer to the New Zealand Wool board, wearing a head scarf.
Bobbi Menzies, fashion advisor and education officer to the New Zealand Wool board, wearing a mid-length dress, boots, and head scarf standing in a living room. A tapestry and mirror are visible...
Susan Duncan and Shirley Harper standing side by side in front of a wall.
Susan Duncan and Shirley Harper sitting together in front of a curtain in a photographic studio. A metal light is visible on the left.
Diane Porter, winner of the Under 25 section of the millinery stakes at Addington.
Children partaking in a floral dance in Cathedral Square.
Betty Perrett with a scarf of the Royal Yacht Britannia given to her by Queen Elizabeth II which she will auction for Telethon.
The audience seated on the field at the St Bede’s College 60th anniversary celebrations.
Portraits of marksman Tibor Gonczol.
Hettie, Margaret, Sylvia and Frank Vinicombe with unidentified friends sitting and standing next to a rock in Waimakariri District.
A group of unidentified women sitting, standing, and playing in the snow.
Eleven unidentified women sitting, standing, and playing in the snow in front of the Girls Training Centre (Burwood) building.
A group of unidentified women playing in the snow at the Girls Training Centre (Burwood).
A woman standing in the snow, with the Girls Training Centre (Burwood) building and girls having a snow fight in the background.
Looking west down Cashel Street from the corner with High Street.
Portraits of Julia Marsh in her Lyttelton home, celebrating her 96th birthday.
Portraits of J. Morrison, a Christchurch school guidance counsellor, and new principal of Columba College in Dunedin.
Portraits of pensioner E. Meeks on a Christchurch street.