Craig Hawthorne, aged 11, of Linwood hooking soft drink cans with a piece of wood on a string at the labour day fair in Woolston Park.
Karl Sciascia and his friend Tania Westbury, of Linwood, dancing on the grass at the Labour day fair in Woolston Park.
Woolston Primary School pupils crossing a makeshift bridge.
Production and quality checking of golf balls at the International Sports Company factory. [Frames 18 to 19] Carol Morgan operates the painting machine. [Frames 20 to 21] Jean Cook grades the golf...
Production of golf balls at the International Sports Company factory. [Frames 27 to 31] Joan Prebble operates the core winder machine.
Kenape Feterika, Fa'atalale Feterika, Fred Feterika (boy at the front), Viva Sila (60th Birthday and Retirement Party), Tali Feterika and Filo Feterika at a house on Stacey Place.
Fa'aesea Sila, Fa'atalale Feterika, Liuoli Faimalo, Viva Sila and Rev. Kenape Faletoese. Special dinner at Stacey Place with Rev. Kenape Faletoese who was visiting.
Halelluia Feterika as a baby in a swimming costume.
Miranda and hubby learning to fo’i fa’i (peel green bananas).
Enoka making coconut cream.
Poe delivering coconut scraping workshops.
Sala and her grandchildren watching the Umu preparation.
Matala coconut scraping
Miranda and her child coconut scraping
We did it, peeled the Green banana with a stick.
Everyone watching the Taro demonstration.
Everyone preparing Taro.
Taro preparation the traditional way (with a can).
Uncle Eskekia and Matt coconut scraping together.
A crowd outside Woolston Post Office on the corner of Ferry Road and St Johns Street during the official opening by the Postmaster-General, the Hon A. E. Kinsella.
Cook Island hair cutting at the Woolston Working Mens Club.
Young dancers performing for Kaa’s hair cutting ceremony at the Woolston Working Mens Club.
Tufuga Lagatule , Memea Eleitino Ma’aelopa Siania, Maria Pasene attending Kaa's haircutting held at Woolston Working Mens Club.