Display of television sets for sale in a technology retail store.
Assistant manager of Briscoes' Salisbury Street office, Barrie Cummings, with the electronic cash register hooked to the data collector and modem.
M. Bryant testing television chassis on an oscilloscope before the television goes on sale.
An unidentified woman sat at a desk wearing headphones plugged into a monitor at the Ghost Balloon Test Chamber, National Centre for Atmospheric Research.
A woman tests an electronic self breath analyser.
Dorothy Hill-Holmes, president of the Electrical Association for Women which is due to wind up at the end of the month due to increasing numbers of women growing up with technology and no longer...
Detective Constable V. J. C. Van Beek with a selection of items including fur coats, cameras and jewellery, that have been recovered following a home robbery.
Views of a teletype machine and of it in use by Mrs Jo Hussey, executive member of the New Zealand Deaf Communications Network. The machine is to enable deaf people to use telephone technology.
Ron sitting in his home office at his home in Halswell.
View of Dr D.T. Stewart, director of pathology services for the North Canterbury Hospital Board, and Dr. R.W. Carrell at Christchurch Hospital.
Views of K. Yasuda of Fuji Machine Manufacturing Co. Ltd at the International Machine Tool Show at Canterbury Court.
View of Touri Titov, assistant commercial counsellor at the Soviet Legation in Wellington, at the International Machine Tool Show at Canterbury Court.
Edward Campbell and director of training Lloyd Johns (right) with the camera equipment which will be used by the Christchurch Fire Brigade to capture firefighters in action to be used as part of...
A man operating a Chinon 507S XL direct sound camera.
View of telephone switchboard operators.
Joan Brake, telephonist for the University of Canterbury administration and registry.
Angus Tait, managing director of Tait Electronics with the workspace behind.
Philip Alfrey with a control system designed for a wheelchair at Dynamic Controls Limited in Addington.
John Francis of Betta Metal Products demonstrating one of the company's electronic components.
The computer control room of the Ngahere dredge.
A worker with technical equipment at the Addington totalisator.
John Bryce (left), Dave Haley and chief traffic officer, Ian McLauchlan in the Ministry of Transport traffic control centre.
Kenneth Clark, amateur film-maker from Papanui, with his camera and plasticine models. The models were used to create his short film "Imaginary Zoo" which won the New Zealand section of the BBC...