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Palmerston North Public Library Staff. Front row (L-R): Margaret Mowat, Marie Moncrieff, Irene Wolfbauer, Ian Malcolm, Julie Tucker,Diana Pipke, Chris Campbell. Second Row: Belinda Kelland, Ruth Blakely, Patricia Key, Elizabeth Grant, Fiona Harkness, Suzanne [?], Dale Lukkassen, Pat Pundy, Norrelle Rosser, Melva Hardie. Third Row: Graeme Wattes, Elizabeth Agnew, Barbara Yeoman, Unidentified, Glorianne Stevens, Noretta Holdsworth, Joyce Dennis, Linda Harrowfield, Bronwyn Jones, Elizabeth Gardner. Left Back: Brenda Elliott, Martin Shierlaw, Alan Picking, John Collins, Merill Robinson, Joyce Andrews, Eileen Raines, Barbara Seifort, Joanne Elwood. Right Back: Sally Austin, Unidentified, Jenny Duckett, Robert Ensing, Mary Saxby, Stephanie Farmer, Lorna Olsen, Pam Mayo, Stefanie Bieder, Linda Pearson.

Identification

Object type
Image
Digitisation ID
2020P_PNCC-S47_032392
Title
Public Library - Staff Photograph
Format
Colour print
Held In
Coolstore
Relation
PNCC Series 47, Box 2
Archive
Palmerston North City Council
Date
circa 1984

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Corner of Main Street and The Square, Palmerston North

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