Electronic goods on display at the Municipal Electricity Department.
A whiteware sale and service shop at the New Brighton Market.
Various Lyttelton residents share a collection of stories remembering sliding down grass hills on sledges or cardboard boxes as children.
Frances Truesdale using the facilities at the Burwood Roman Catholic church.
Wilhelmina Casasola with a wringer washing machine, beside an oven, in the home and entertainment centre at Farmers. A variety of whitewares, appliances and homewares are visible.
Five washing machines in store at Farmers. Visible behind are fridge freezers.
Washing machine and dryer display in store at Farmers. A pot plant is visible beside the appliances.
Views of appliances from Surefreeze Appliances Ltd such as washing machines, ovens, televisions, freezers.
The Dance-O-Mat by Gap Filler in the vacant lot on the corner of Colombo Street and Gloucester Street. A repurposed washing machine powers speakers and lights. A disco ball is overhead with a sprung...
The Dance-O-Mat by Gap Filler in the vacant lot on the corner of Manchester Street and St Asaph Street. A repurposed washing machine powers speakers and lights. A disco ball is overhead with a sprung...
(Frames 11, 12, and 13) Portraits of Ted Hammett (former managing director). (Frames 14 and 15) Views of the Surefreeze Appliances Ltd store.
Close-up of a Savage washing machine which has been serving its owner for over forty years.
Jean Michel Reed in a go cart, and an unidentified girl on a motorcycle, at the Christchurch Boys’ High School fair.
Display of electrical appliances at the Municipal Electricity Department (MED) building.
Peter King washing clothes in a wringer washing machine. [Frames 6 to 8] Portraits of epilepsy sufferer Peter King.
Views of preparing for the 20th annual conference of the New Zealand Hospital Engineers’ Association that will be held at Calvary Hospital.