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Women assembling cameras at Kodak factory, 1958-63

This is a black-and-white photograph showing women assembling cameras at the Kodak factory in Abbotsford, Melbourne, some time between 1958 and 1963. The women sit along either side of a bench stacked with Box Brownie camera bodies and front panel sections and can be seen putting them together by hand. The photograph measures ...


'War work! Urgent! Priority!'

This is a black-and-white poster with an illustration of an attractive woman at work in a milk factory, and cans of condensed milk on a production line. The poster is titled 'War Work! Urgent! Priority!'. The text urges Australians to increase milk production to service the war effort. There is also a secondary message ...


Ford factory, Melbourne, 1960

This is a segment from an episode of Cinesound Review, a black-and-white newsreel with soundtrack. It records the official opening on 27 January 1960 of a new Ford car-manufacturing plant in the northern Melbourne suburb of Broadmeadows. The opening scene is of Prime Minister Sir Robert Menzies being greeted by Ford Australia's ...