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He pārongo atu anōBarraud & Abraham Ltd. Staff

This print shows the staff of Barraud & Abraham Ltd., an agricultural sales firm that was located on Rangitikei Street. The back identifies the subjects as (from left): Harry Hollier, Ron Horre, John Hartgill, Jack McShimming, Phil Lousion, Lester Major, Ern Newcombe, Claude Lone, Jack Pollitt, Geo Darke, Peter Sheriden, Chas Ciochetto, K.A. Henderson (Mang), Dick Harkness, Basil Smith, Jack Robertson, Kevin Kelly, Geo Wells, Bob Frost, Rita Liddel (+), R. Abraham, Mary Stonehouse, Val Peteson, Jock Davidson (+), Ces Perrin, Joe Donavon, Alan Beattie, Kevin Singelton, Bill Aldersley (+), Brian Clifford (+), Jack Clifford (+), Pat Spelman, Dave Buick (+), Ron Trass, Gordon Esau, Ken Davidson (+)." It also notes that the people marked (+) are A.S.P. Staff. This refers to Abraham Seed & Produce, a separately run branch owned by Ronald Charles Abraham (son of Lionel A. Abraham).

Tautuhi

Momo rauemi
Image
Tautuhi matihiko
2017P_2011-28_021027
Ingoa
Barraud & Abraham Ltd. Staff
Pākanga
Outsize Cabinets - 2011-28
Momo rauemi
B&W print
E puritia ana ki
Outsize

Ngā rauemi e whai pānga ana

Barraud & Abraham Ltd. Staff
Looking up Rangitikei Street from The Square
Children Standing in Rangitikei Street
Hillside cart
Rangitikei Street
"Colourful Sight for B and A's"
"Exterior Almost Completed" Barraud & Abraham's New Building
Rangitikei Street looking towards The Square
"Modern City Skyline" - New Barraud & Abraham Building

Hanganga

Te kaihanga
Te wāhi
Rangitikei Street
Te rā
1939

Te manatārua

Ngā whakamihi
Palmerston North City Library

Pūnaha whakarōpū

Tūtohu Hapori

Tuku kōrero mai mō te whakararu

Ngā rauemi e whai pānga ana

Barraud & Abraham Ltd. Staff
Looking up Rangitikei Street from The Square
Children Standing in Rangitikei Street
Hillside cart
Rangitikei Street
"Colourful Sight for B and A's"
"Exterior Almost Completed" Barraud & Abraham's New Building
Rangitikei Street looking towards The Square
"Modern City Skyline" - New Barraud & Abraham Building

Ngā pito kōrero a te hunga toro mai