Saturday, 28 March 2009

Technology/ More Hearing Aids

From the pages of RNID, One in Seven.


Telemole Subtitle Recorder through VCR, early 1990's.
This was a fiddling contraption to use, it had 4 buttons for programming (date & times), But the box rest ontop of the VCR which meant you have to be on your hands and knees to program the recording ? Guess what ? No remote control ? At the same time, your VCR have to be programs with exact details in order to get Subtitles on your video cassette !!!! Argh
Ann Jedras 'Philips KL6510' 1960. Body wearing hearing aid.
Helen Chapman's 'Philips Barrette KL6000' hair slide design hearing aid 1959, made in the Netherlands. Supplied by the National Health while living in Ireland.







Thursday, 12 March 2009

Lost and Found

Staff and Pupils' football team.
Mr Redmond and Peter.

Then and Now.

Teresa Procter at 5 years old (above) and now below with friends from Needwood.


Jim had lost direction ?
Sport Day 1959.

Anybody recognised themself ?


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