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This group photograph was taken at the “Wattles” residence of William Park, located on the corner of Linton and College Streets. Park was Mayor of Palmerston north from 1893 – 1895 and also in business as a bookseller. Back Row: Beatly, Lang’s business partner; J.T. Lang, commission agent; Unknown; H Handley; Rest Unknown. Middle Row: Samuel Luxford; Unknown; Richard John Seddon, Prime Minister 1893 – 1906; W.T. Wood, MP for Palmerston North; James Carroll; S Abrahams; D Buick; Hislop, private secretary to Seddon. Front Row: Tim Jewell, chief reporter on the “Times”; Unknown; William Park; (possibly) Louis Seifert; Ryan, canvasser for the Liberal Party; Alfred Seifert. Also in the photo is L. Simmonds.

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Object type
Image
Digitisation ID
2011P_Pg20_006102
Title
Group of Palmerstonians with Richard Seddon, Prime Minister, Palmerston North
Relation
Public Photograph Collection Pg 20
Held In
Coolstore

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Palmerston North
Date
1904

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Palmerston North Libraries and Community Services

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