Scenes of various men working in a office with typewriters and paperwork.
Journalism student, Cherie Buchan, with an 1881 American Caligraph typewriter, ahead of it being sold at an auction.
Portraits of Miss Dawn Pascoe at a typewriter at the Bank of New Zealand building participating in a competition to find Christchurch's fastest typist.
Scenes of various men working in a office with typewriters, folders and paperwork.
Portraits of Robin Dadding, editor of the Landfill magazine.
Kathleen Coghlan, senior mistress of commerce at Aranui High School and author of the book “Touch Typing by Colour”, sitting at a typewriter.
Groups of participants during the "The Star" City to Surf jog. Frames five and six are of completion certificates being created on a typewriter for those finishing the race.
Groups of participants during the "The Star" City to Surf jog. Frames one to three are of completion certificates being created on a typewriter for those finishing the race. Frames four and five are...
[Frames 38 and 39] Father Christmas standing in a crane bucket high above a Rangiora main road and onlookers.[Frames 40 to 42] Santa’s secretary, Diane Koller, seated at desk answering Santa’s mail.
Views of Hughina Sinclair, visually impaired, operating a braille typewriter.
Secretary and escort Penny Ray sitting on an office desk.
Portrait of secretary and escort, Penny Ray sitting at a Typewriter.
A display of office equipment including typewriters.
Christine Kiesanowski using an Olympia Notamat electronic invoicing machine.
Portraits of Owen Jones, writer-in-residence at the University of Canterbury, at a typewriter in his office in the English Department.
Anne Schmidt sitting at a typewriter in an office .
Cousin Thea (left) and Aunt Hilda at a typewriter preparing the Starlet pages for the The Star newspaper. In the background and drawings and paintings sent in by children across the Christchurch area.
Female office staff working on typewriters in the office of the Municipal Electricity Department on the corner of Manchester Street and Armagh Street. Pictured are, from left rear, Merybell [?]...
Roy Bryant typing on a typewriter in a shearing shed in Hawarden.
Queen Elizabeth II Park after the end of the Commonwealth Games. [Frame 34] Terry O’Cain with typewriters.
Chris Moran, a rugby player who was paralysed, in his wheelchair and using a typewriter.
Portraits of Alan Grant, lawyer and author.
Reception and office at New Zealand Institute of Management in Madras Street.