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Queen Elizabeth College was originally sited in King Street, as the Palmerston North Technical College. A new college was built in Rangitikei Street in 1956, and by the 1960s it was the second largest educational establishment in Palmerston North, after Massey University, with a population of over 900 secondary school pupils and over two thousand on the tertiary roll. Over the years the college has continued to provide tertiary technical education and hobby classes. This photograph was taken on the occasion of the 50th Jubilee on the 19 – 22 October 1956.

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2010P_IMCA-DigitalMaster_004491
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Queen Elizabeth College, Rangitikei Street
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IMCA Digital Archive
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IMCA Digital Archive

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Rangitikei Street, Palmerston North
Date
October 1956

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Manawatu Evening Standard

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