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Shearers at work on A S Aldrich’s farm “Matsubara”, Bunnythorpe, north of Palmerston North. The “Matsubara” homestead of Mr G H Aldrich was located two miles out of Bunnythorpe, on the Bunnythorpe – Ashhurst road. The homestead was built about 1888 and destroyed by a fire in the late 1910s.

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2014N_Sf15_008030
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Shearers at work, Matsubara, Bunnythorpe
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Public Photograph Collection Sf 15
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Coolstore

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Bunnythorpe
Date
circa 1904

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Palmerston North City Library

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