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Notes on the early history of Palmerston North Public Library, firstly as a Reading Room through to the construction of a new library on the corner of Fitzherbert Avenue and The Square in 1929. Ian Matheson, the author, was employed by the Palmerston North City Council, originally as a Records Officer, and later as archivist.

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2013Pa_PNCC3-3-2File1-13-1_006955
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Notes on history of Library 1876 - 1929
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PNCC 3/3/2
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Palmerston North
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June 1977

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Palmerston North City Library

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