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More Info →C M Ross Co. Ltd float in the 75th Jubilee parade

The float, which won a first prize, was created by the Display department of C M Ross and was made of hundreds of paper flowers. Gwen Becker, on the float, was an employee of C M Ross. The parade was organised as part of the Jubilee celebrations of 1952, to mark 75 years of Palmerston North.

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2008N_J5_A-E_1459
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C M Ross Co. Ltd float in the 75th Jubilee parade
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Public Photograph Collection J5
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Coolstore

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Palmerston North
Date
1952

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