(Frames 11, 12, and 13) Portraits of Ted Hammett (former managing director). (Frames 14 and 15) Views of the Surefreeze Appliances Ltd store.
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.
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.
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...