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Visible in this postcard are two women and a cart with a donkey on Rangitikei Street, which at the time extended into the Square itself. The shops on Main Street East include: [On the Square] Evening Standard Building, United Farmers Cooperative Association (1895-1908), Solomon Abraham (land agents), A Turner's drapery, [On Church Street] The Club Hotel, J S Watchorn's drapery (until 1908), Bradfield's grocery, Crown Studios (photography). This postcard reads: "Dear Noelle, I think this is a rather good view of Palmerston North, so I am sending it to you. Yr [your] affect. [affectionate] friend, C Stanford."

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Object type
Postcard
Digitisation ID
2014P_Sq59_008853
Title
"A Rather Good view of Palmerston North"
Relation
Public Photograph Collection Sq 59
Held In
Coolstore

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Creation

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Place
Palmerston North
Date
1901

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Credit Line
Ian Matheson City Archives

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