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Walter Chisholm, J.P. was the first Englishman in Mauriceville. He was the storekeeper and ran his business on the site of the first schoolhouse. The photograph shows from left: Peter Petersen; Spark the dog; Peter Lollander; Walter Chisholm; Mrs Chisholm; A Forsberg.

Identification

Object type
Image
Digitisation ID
2011P_PETERSENMv5_005972
Title
Chisholm's Store
Held In
Coolstore
Relation
CA: Petersen Papers, Public Photograph Collection Mv 5
Date
1890

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Place
Wairarapa Region

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Taxonomy

Tags
dog,
food,
goods,
horse,
photographs,
polka dots,
provision,
retail,
rural towns and life,
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