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A report prepared by Bryan D. Bang, Research Assistant, for the Palmerston North City Council Town Planning Office concerning the contribution of Massey University to the economic, social and cultural life of the city. Founded in 1928 as Massey Agricultural College, the institution became Massey University in 1963.

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2021Pa_PNCC7-5-2-2-24_035186
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"University and City: An Introductory Assessment of the Impact of Massey University Upon Palmerston North" 1970
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