Historical information

Articles include adapting the porch side so that there was space for the electronic Braille typewriter, loss of regular hirers due to restriction on night hours however more enquiries received after ad in Pink Pages, publicity was a new focus with a display was held at Southland Shopping Centre, an Open Day promoted on 3AW by Norman Banks (who also attended), and a demonstration of Portrait Painting by Sir William Dargie. Surplus Christmas card stocks were sold through the Christmas Card Shop in the city, resulting in a healthy profit, all machines (Stainsby, Perkins, Tellatouch, Braille typewriter, thermoform and Crabb-Hulme Press) are regularly used, talking book machines are still under discussion, and Mrs Armytage has been engaged as an Auxiliary organiser with now four organisations raising funds.

Physical description

25 pages of text with drawings