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The City Library was originally constructed as the C M Ross Co. Ltd department store, in The Square in 1928. This window on the third floor, overlooking The Square, was from the original building and was retained when renovating the building as a library, opened 1996. The photograph was taken during renovations

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2008N_PNCC-LIB_CMROSS_1661
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Third floor window of new Palmerston North City Library
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PNCC Archives
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PNCC Archives

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4 The Square, Palmerston North
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circa 1996

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