It's our last week of work here at DigitalNZ headquarters, and we're busy tying up loose ends and eating way too much chocolate. We thought we'd make our last blogpost of 2011 a fun romp through some of the team's favourite images in DigitalNZ.
Woman modelling Daphne lingerie
Woman modelling Daphne lingerie. K E Niven and Co :Commercial negatives. Ref: 1/2-211738-F. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand. http://beta.natlib.govt.nz/records/22872947
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