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Letter from A E Mansford, Mayor of Palmerston North, to Charlotte Warburton, requesting a meeting to discuss concerts at Linton Camp during World War II.

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2009Pa_WARBURTON-S1-F1_2765
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Mayors Office correspondence
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C. E. Warburton Papers

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Palmerston North
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January 27, 1943

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NOTE ADDRESS
P.O. BOX No.614
TELEPHONE No. 7284

Mayor's Office,
City Council Chambers
Palmerston North,
New Zealand

27th January, 1943

Dear Miss [Warburton],

I have been requested to call a meeting to discuss
the matter of concerts at the Linton Camp, it being the desire
of the Military Authorities to organise the concerts in some
order of rotation.

I would be pleased, therefore, if you could attend
a meeting at the Council Chambers on Tuesday the 2nd. February,
at 5 p.m.

Thanking you in anticipation.

Yours faithfully,
AE Mansford
Mayor.

Miss C. [Warburton],
349 College Street,
PALMERSTON NORTH.

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