We continue our food-related series for Records and Archives Week, with this tasty image:
The text reads: “Every year, ships load at Lyttelton and other ports with thousands of frozen carcases from the freezing works. Thus, the lambs which grazed on the on the sunny Canterbury Plains find their way to feed the British people”.
It’s a page from a wonderful pamphlet, Christchurch, New Zealand, city of beautiful gardens and parklands, tourist centre of the South Island. It’s well worth a look.