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He pārongo atu anōEvans Family Collection: Evans family playing cricket, 5 Mansford Street

A photographic series prepared by the Prime Minister’s Department in 1947 to attract British migrants. The Evans family of 5 Mansford Place, Palmerston North were selected to show the living conditions of a typical New Zealand family. In 1938 the Evans family of 5 Mansford Place were one of the first tenants in the Savage Crescent state housing area, Palmerston North. Here Jack Evans plays cricket with sons John and Michael on the front lawn. Betty Evans is at the window with a baby, Julie Silvester, ‘borrowed from a neighbour’ to create a picture of more 'typical' family. The scene showed that state houses provided a safe and healthy environment for children. The trellis is a standard design supplied to all sections to divide the front and back of the section.

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2010N_ A175-67-1_004196
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Evans Family Collection: Evans family playing cricket, 5 Mansford Street
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CA: Evans Collection A175/67/1
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Evans Family Collection: Evans family playing cricket, 5 Mansford Street
Evans Family Collection: Betty Evans at the letterbox, 5 Mansford Place
Evans Family Collection: Emma Catherine Evans and friends, 5 Mansford Place
Evans Family Collection: Evans Family, 5 Mansford Place
Evans Family Collection: John and Michael Evans off to school, 5 Mansford Place
Evans Family Collection: John and Michael Evans off to school, 5 Mansford Place
Evans Family Collection: Evans family eating dinner, 5 Mansford Place
Tony Evans Collection: Talking to residents of Savage Crescent, for Ediface television programme
Savage Crescent Conservation Area, a garden suburb
Tony Evans Collection: Evans family, 5 Mansford Place
Evans Family Collection: Savage Crescent Conservation Area, a garden suburb
Tony Evans Collection: Crew and residents of Savage Crescent gathered for filming of Ediface television programme

Hanganga

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Te wāhi
5 Mansford Street, West End, Palmerston North
Te rā
1947

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Palmerston North City Library

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Evans Family Collection: Evans family playing cricket, 5 Mansford Street
Evans Family Collection: Betty Evans at the letterbox, 5 Mansford Place
Evans Family Collection: Emma Catherine Evans and friends, 5 Mansford Place
Evans Family Collection: Evans Family, 5 Mansford Place
Evans Family Collection: John and Michael Evans off to school, 5 Mansford Place
Evans Family Collection: John and Michael Evans off to school, 5 Mansford Place
Evans Family Collection: Evans family eating dinner, 5 Mansford Place
Tony Evans Collection: Talking to residents of Savage Crescent, for Ediface television programme
Savage Crescent Conservation Area, a garden suburb
Tony Evans Collection: Evans family, 5 Mansford Place
Evans Family Collection: Savage Crescent Conservation Area, a garden suburb
Tony Evans Collection: Crew and residents of Savage Crescent gathered for filming of Ediface television programme

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