In the 1960s many women made their children's clothes. Young Narelle Pollock of Invercargill is wearing a smart home-made outfit comprising a wool jacket and matching tartan skirt in 1961. Fast-forward to 2013, and her grandson Amos Pollock of Wellington is wearing an entirely shop-bought outfit, which was the norm by then.
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Photographs courtesy of Pollock family