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Norma McCulloch, nee Proudlove, was an inventor and author This photograph shows her autographing her book 'Deep Freezing'. Mrs McCulloch was born in Britain and came to New Zealand c. 1960. She made radio and television appearances in New Zealand and Australia on "deep freeze cookery". She also invented the Breath of Life resuscitator, a manual resuscitator for use in CPR. Article in Manawatu Standard 7 February 1974.

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Norma Doris McCulloch
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Broadway Avenue, Palmerston North
Date
February 1974

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Manawatu Evening Standard

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