Hills Hoist Ad - Australian Women's Weekly, November 1956

Australian mid-century advertising

The Hills Hoist, the laundry pram, the folding chair and the Canvas shade- all part of the Aussie outdoor lifestyle increasingly popular in the - Hills Hoist Ad - Australian Women's Weekly, November 1956

Butcher Bunting:1910. Wellington, New Zealand. "David Taylor's butcher shop, Wadestown, showing decorated carcasses and horse-drawn delivery cart. David Taylor in doorway." Glass plate negative by Frederick James Halse.

Family Butcher: 1910 "David Taylor's butcher shop, Wadestown, showing decorated carcasses and horse-drawn delivery cart. David Taylor in doorway." Glass plate negative by Frederick James Halse

More morbid bunting: Circa 1910. "Rabbit-hunting party of six men, with bicycles, guns and dogs, including rabbits strung between two tents. Possibly Christchurch, New Zealand district." Now where'd we put that cookbook? Glass negative by Adam Maclay.

Wabbit Season: 1910 Circa "Rabbit-hunting party of six men, with bicycles, guns and dogs, including rabbits strung between two tents. Possibly Christchurch district." Now where'd we put that cookbook? Glass negative by Adam Maclay.

Hills Hoist, 1960.

mid-centurylove: “A ‘family benefit product’ - ie. not a mother’s day gift.

Swinging on the Hills Hoist:=}

The Hills Hoist aint a bloomin’ merry go-round.

Ref: 1/4-001949-F  Backyards of houses in Thorndon, Wellington, New Zealand, with corrugated iron fences and rows of washing. Properties on the right face Aorangi Terrace. St Mary's College is in the background. Photograph taken by John Pascoe circa September 1944.

Ref: Backyards of houses in Thorndon, Wellington, New Zealand, with corrugated iron fences and rows of washing. Properties on the right face Aorangi Terrace. Photograph taken by John Pascoe circa September

Hurt, Theodore Octavius fl 1860-1871 :Hokitika, Westland, N.Z. [1865]. Ref: E-501-f-002

Shows two men in the centre foreground, one sitting against a fallen tree trunk, one crouched with hand to face. Behind them, at right a man raises.

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