Traffic safety and children

Children and traffic safety
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Date: 1945 - 1947 By: Taylor, Ernest Mervyn, 1906-1964; C M Banks Ltd; Gordon, Peter, active 1978 Ref: Eph-C-SAFETY-Road-03 Description: Shows five rabbits wearing school bags, and causing havoc by walking too close to oncoming truck, on a rural road. Ernest Mervyn Taylor was art editor and i...
Date: 1945 - 1947 By: Taylor, Ernest Mervyn, 1906-1964; C M Banks Ltd; Gordon, Peter, active 1978 Ref: Eph-C-SAFETY-Road-05 Description: Shows six school children at right foreground, waiting to cross country road, after New Zealand Education Department school bus exits stage left. Ernest Me...
Date: 1945 - 1947 By: Taylor, Ernest Mervyn, 1906-1964; C M Banks Ltd; Gordon, Peter, active 1978 Ref: Eph-C-SAFETY-Road-04 Description: Shows rabbit wearing school bag, hurriedly crossing busy road outside school, to the consternation of passerby. Ernest Mervyn Taylor was art editor and illu...
Date: 1945 - 1947 By: Taylor, Ernest Mervyn, 1906-1964; C M Banks Ltd; Gordon, Peter, active 1978 Ref: Eph-C-SAFETY-Road-07 Description: Shows children obeying this dictum. Ernest Mervyn Taylor was art editor and illustrator for the School Publications Branch of the Department of Education fr...
Date: 1945 - 1955 By: New Zealand. Transport Department Ref: Eph-C-SAFETY-Road-02 Description: Shows group of seven children playing in sand pit and building with boxes. Inscriptions: Recto - beneath image - Transport Department R.E. Owen, Governmen...
Date: 1955 - 1965 By: New Zealand Road Safety Council; McGregor Advertising and Publicity (Firm) Ref: Eph-C-SAFETY-Road-1960-01 Description: A board game distributed free by post, in order to teach the principles of road safety. One side shows rules for children travelling to school on foot or by ...
Date: 1947 From: Rountree, Harry, 1878-1950: [Ephemera and posters accessioned 2019] By: Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents Ref: Eph-C-GRAPHIC-ARTS-Rountree-02 Description: British road safety poster shows an illustration of a dog dressed up as a policeman, carrying a small rabbit with a plaster on its head towards the hospital....
Date: 1979 Ref: Eph-C-SAFETY-Road-1979-01 Description: Photograph shows a young boy wearing a seat belt, but not in a child's car seat. He is buckling a stuffed panda, at least his own size, into the seat alongsi...
Date: [ca 28 Jun 1984] From: Dominion Post (Newspaper): Photographic negatives and prints of the Evening Post and Dominion newspapers Ref: EP/1984/3086-F Description: Children in car seats that were donated to the Plunket Society by James Smith's Ltd. Photographs taken circa 28 June 1984 by an unidentified Evening Post sta...
Date: 1955 - 1965 From: New Zealand Road Safety Council :Road safety. Your problem. To the householder. Published by McGregor Advertising and Publicity, Christchurch. 1955-1965?] By: Luscombe, active 1960? Ref: Eph-C-SAFETY-Road-1960-01-2 Description: A board game distributed free by post, in order to teach the principles of road safety. This side is a road safety board game of 79 squares, to be played wit...
Date: 1958-1959 From: Moor, Christopher Clement, fl 1970-2003 : Papers relating to research projects Ref: MS-Papers-7652-3 Description: Files of material on a road safety project, Shell Traffic Trainers which include correspondence and photocopies of news items from periodicals and newspapers...
Date: 1992-1994 From: Maori Women's Welfare League : Records Ref: 95-232-9/6 Description: Quantity: 1 volume(s).
Date: [ca 1950s-1960s] From: New Zealand Free Lance : Photographic prints and negatives By: Weigel, William George, 1890-1980 Ref: PAColl-8983-70 Description: Road safety training for school boys, circa 1950s-1960s. Shows boys, and a traffic officer, grouped around a model of streets and traffic. Identity of boys a...
Date: 1955 - 1965 From: New Zealand Road Safety Council :Road safety. Your problem. To the householder. Published by McGregor Advertising and Publicity, Christchurch. 1955-1965?] Ref: Eph-C-SAFETY-Road-1960-01-1 Description: A board game distributed free by post, in order to teach the principles of road safety. This side shows rules for children travelling to school on foot or by...
Date: 1939-1940 From: Normandale Progressive Association : Records Ref: MS-Papers-1272-01 Description: Correspondence, mainly with MP's re closing of Normandale crossing Quantity: 1 folder(s).
Road safety training at a primary school
Date: [ca 21 May 1965] From: Evening post (Newspaper. 1865-2002) :Photographic negatives and prints of the Evening Post newspaper Ref: PAColl-9150-15 Description: Road safety training at an unidentified primary school. Shows a traffic trainer unit in the playground with children negotiating mock roads, and pedestrian c...
Date: 1950-2000 From: Dominion Post (Newspaper): Photographic negatives and prints of the Evening Post and Dominion newspapers Ref: PAColl-7327-1-056 Description: Photographs relating to education, taken and collected by the Evening Post. Images taken in New Zealand and abroad, by a range of photographers, between 1950...
Date: 9 Jun 1995 From: Dominion Post (Newspaper): Photographic negatives and prints of the Evening Post and Dominion newspapers By: Burford, Melanie Jayne, 1970- Ref: EP/1995/1755-F Description: Constable Paul Woollett at a Crime Expo in Lower Hutt, Wellington, demonstrating to St Bernard's College students what a car crash is like while wearing a se...
Date: [ca 2 Feb 1990] From: Dominion Post (Newspaper): Photographic negatives and prints of the Evening Post and Dominion newspapers By: Nicholson, John, active 1997 Ref: EP/1990/0432-F Description: New school patrol system being tested by Kelburn Normal student Pascal Saker, circa 2 February 1990, Wellington. Shows him using a newly designed school patr...
Date: [ca 17 Sep 1993] From: Dominion Post (Newspaper): Photographic negatives and prints of the Evening Post and Dominion newspapers By: Reid, Philip John, 1954- Ref: EP/1993/3269-F Description: Shanan Harris, aged 13, in Wellington Hospital, Newtown, after a bicycle accident in Paraparaumu. He holds his helmet. Photographs taken circa 17 September 1...