The Greco family of Island Bay, Wellington, pictured here in 1962, sport the kind of casual work clothes still worn by many New Zealanders. In particular the checked woollen bush-shirt, as worn by the man on the right, remains popular for outdoor activities. Woollen work shirts, often known by the trade name Swanndri, were first developed in the 19th century.
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