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He pārongo atu anōRangitikei Street

This photograph shows a wide angle view of Rangitikei Street in the 1920s. From left: Mounsey and Co Auctioneers and Land Agents; Adam Burges Ford Cars; P & D Duncan Implements; A Burges Garage; The New Royal Hotel. The original Royal Hotel was pulled down in 1915 to may way for the Bank of New Zealand (corner of The Square and Rangitikei Street). This second building remains in the same location today [2015]. Standing in front of the hotel are Charles E Warden and S W R Evans. The business of Adam Burges, situated on the corner of Queen and Rangitikei Streets, was established in 1892 and carried on by him until his death in 1918. His sons Duncan and Alan then ran the business until 1942 when they closed down and sold the property to Government Life Insurance, Smith and Smith, The Commercial Bank and others. See also: 2014N_89a_009034 and 2014N_89b_009035.

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Image
Tautuhi matihiko
2014N_St89_009033
Ingoa
Rangitikei Street
Pākanga
Public Photograph Collection St 89
E puritia ana ki
Coolstore

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Rangitikei Street
Rangitikei Street
Shops Along Rangitikei Street
Rangitikei Street
Rangitikei Street looking towards The Square
Rangitikei Street
Rangitikei Street businesses
Para Rubber in Coleman Mall
Rangitikei Street
Looking up Rangitikei Street from The Square
Turnbull & Jones Shopfront
Interior of Augusta Mortensen's Art, Needle and Fancy Workers' Shop

Hanganga

Te kaihanga
Te wāhi
Palmerston North
Te rā
circa 1920

Te manatārua

Ngā whakamihi
Palmerston North City Library

Pūnaha whakarōpū

Tūtohu Hapori

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Ngā rauemi e whai pānga ana

Rangitikei Street
Rangitikei Street
Shops Along Rangitikei Street
Rangitikei Street
Rangitikei Street looking towards The Square
Rangitikei Street
Rangitikei Street businesses
Para Rubber in Coleman Mall
Rangitikei Street
Looking up Rangitikei Street from The Square
Turnbull & Jones Shopfront
Interior of Augusta Mortensen's Art, Needle and Fancy Workers' Shop

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