Business enterprises

Business organisations, Businesses, Companies, Enterprises
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Date: 1977 From: [Posters about race relations and apartheid. 1975-1979] By: Halt All Racist Tours; New Zealand University Students' Association Ref: Eph-D-RACIAL-1977-01 Description: Shows a hand offering an opened packet of Rothmans cigarettes at the right, and a montage of black faces and a shouting white face at the left. Reproduces a...
Date: 1913 - 1914 By: New Zealand Tablet Print; Cliff, Edward William, active 1913; Sherriff family Ref: Eph-E-CALENDAR-1914-01 Description: Single sheet calendar shows the saints' days for each month of the year, around a central illustrative panel showing Christ and His Mother, and the caption "...
Date: 1954 Ref: Eph-C-TIMBER-1954-01 Description: Poster shows an arrangement of text in shades of black and geen and the circular logo of the Tasman Pulp and Paper Company (a sailing ship) at the lower righ...
Date: 23 Sep 1999 From: Mussel farming oral history project By: Yealands, Keith, active 1960s-1999 Ref: OHInt-0491-31 Description: Keith Yealands talks about his involvement in the mussel industry in the Sounds, getting first licence in Ruakaka Bay which took about four years, and sellin...
Date: [ca 1880-1982] By: Gear Meat Company Ltd Ref: PA-Group-00160 Description: Gear Meat Works Petone, its works, workers and shops. Other freezing works Arrangement: Prints housed at PAColl-D-106, PAColl-D-154, PAColl-D-160 to 162, P...
Date: 2015 From: Hubbard, James, 1949-: Digital caricatures and cartoons By: Setford News Photo Agency Ref: DCDL-0031023 Description: Depicts a woman and a man at a table. He reads a newspaper with front page headlines about war, terrorism, rape and murder. The article he reads, though, is...
Hubbard, James, 1949- :Commissioner denies govt is forcing police to be run like a business. 16 July 2012
Date: 2012 From: Hubbard, James, 1949-: Digital caricatures and cartoons By: Setford News Photo Agency Ref: DCDL-0022359 Description: Shows the hand of the Police Minister, Judith Collins, holding a newspaper that contains an article about the Police Commissioner denying that the government...
Date: 1898-1990 By: Employers' and Manufacturers' Association (Central) Inc Ref: 2000-222 Description: General subject files on a wide range of topics of interest to employers, in particular industrial relations, training, health and safety issues, etc 1939-19...
Hubbard, James, 1949- : "The benefit system is there and can sort of get as big as it needs to..." 7 April 2011
Date: 2011 From: Hubbard, James, 1949-: Digital caricatures and cartoons Ref: DCDL-0017486 Description: Minister for Social Development Paula Bennett stands on a large carpet that represents the 'dole'; she has swept the detritus of 'job initiatives', 'unemploy...
Date: 1957-1968 By: Van Ginkel, Jack, active 1930s-1990s; Van Ginkel, Eve, active 1950s- Ref: PAColl-5054 Description: Jack Van Ginkel emigrated from Holland in 1951. Most of the slides record holidays taken by Jack and his wife in New Zealand and overseas from 1957 to 1968....
Evans, Malcolm, 1945- :"Considering they wouldn't give fishermen the time of day last week, would Sir like a feed withe a FREE entree, a FREE aperitif or with a COMPLIMENTARY loyal flag?" New Zealand Herald, 4 March, 2003.
Date: 2003 From: Evans, Malcolm Paul, 1945- :Digital cartoons Ref: DX-002-215 Description: A group of restauranteur's grovel to two fishermen. When the America's cup finished, restaurants in the Viaduct harbour lost a vast majority of their custome...
Date: 1879-1985 From: James Smith Ltd :Photographs of personnel, activities and shops Ref: PAColl-3332-02 Description: James Smith Christmas parades ca 1970s-1980s, Prime Minister Keith Holyoake and Mrs Holyoake at a James Smith anniversary in the 1960s, shop interiors includ...
Date: 1980-1985 From: James Smith Ltd :Photographs of personnel, activities and shops Ref: PAColl-3332-14 Description: Shops, shop interiors, merchandise. In particular a series on "Skallywags", a children's discount department store. James Smith parade 1981 and a parade in ...
Date: 1994-1995 From: Robinson, Peter Franklin, active 1970-2017: Colour slides of Wellington City and suburbs, and railways images Ref: PAColl-4770 Description: Arrangement: Negatives in 35mm sequence at 17782 - 17791 Quantity: 38 colour original negative(s). 35 colour original photographic print(s).
Date: 1996 From: Robinson, Peter Franklin, active 1970-2017: Colour slides of Wellington City and suburbs, and railways images Ref: PAColl-5422 Description: Newtown shops, some identified, Wellington High school students, Wellington buildings and localities Arrangement: Negatives at 35 mm 20540 to 20556 Quantit...
Date: [ca 1928-1958] From: James Smith Ltd :Photographs of personnel, activities and shops Ref: PAColl-3332-03 Description: James Smith Wellington shop. Most date from ca 1946 -ca 1958 and predominantly depict women's clothing. There are shop window displays, shop interiors, fash...
Date: 1994-1995 From: Robinson, Peter Franklin, active 1970-2017: Colour slides of Wellington City and suburbs, and railways images Ref: PAColl-4770-1 Description: Quantity: 35 colour original photographic print(s).
Date: 1969 From: New Zealand Manufacturers' Federation :Photographs of trade missions, trade fairs, and fashion shows Ref: PAColl-8704-1 Description: Sir John Marshall and others speaking at a Wellington Chamber of Commerce conference. Members of the conference at a social event. Sir John Marshall and ot...
Date: 1960s From: P H Jauncey Studios :Photographs of building construction in Wellington Ref: PAColl-7547-3 Description: Trade display for Watties canned and frozen goods; portraits of women; interior view of St James Church Lower Hutt; Wellington buildings under construction, ...
Date: 1979-1993 By: Organic Food Co-operative Society Ltd; Jenkins, David, active 1997 Ref: PAColl-5574 Description: Photographs of Organic Food Co-op premises in Cuba Street and Arthur Street, Wellington; stand at Health & Lifestyle festival, March 1993; and organic garden...