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The Overseas Ladies' Club: A Memoir

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He pārongo atu anōThe Overseas Ladies' Club: A Memoir

The Overseas Ladies Club was formed in Palmerston North in 1947. It acted as a support group for the wives of returned servicemen who came to Palmerston North after World War Two. The women met monthly and shared activities until 1982.

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Momo rauemi
Multi-Page Document
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2019BD_OverseasLadiesClubS10F1_027085
Ingoa
The Overseas Ladies' Club: A Memoir
Pākanga
Overseas Ladies Club Series 10 Folder 1
Momo rauemi
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E puritia ana ki
Community Archives
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Overseas Ladies Club

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Overseas Ladies Club photograph album
The Overseas Ladies' Club: A Memoir
H.M.S Ramilles, Wellington Harbour
Letter from the Manawatu and East Coast Agricultural and Pastoral Association
New Zealand Military Forces correspondence
Naval Officers from HMTS Sydney visiting Palmerston North
Ernest and Harriet Davis
Mail delivery to the Army at Linton Military Camp
Diary of Gunner James A Stubbs – World War Two
Victory over Japan celebration programme
Visiting Australian Airforce Officers, Palmerston North
Radar Team, Ohakea Base

Hanganga

Te kaihanga
Te wāhi
Palmerston North
Te rā
circa 2003

Te manatārua

Ngā whakamihi
Palmerston North City Library

Pūnaha whakarōpū

Tūtohu Hapori

Tuku kōrero mai mō te whakararu

Ngā rauemi e whai pānga ana

Overseas Ladies Club photograph album
The Overseas Ladies' Club: A Memoir
H.M.S Ramilles, Wellington Harbour
Letter from the Manawatu and East Coast Agricultural and Pastoral Association
New Zealand Military Forces correspondence
Naval Officers from HMTS Sydney visiting Palmerston North
Ernest and Harriet Davis
Mail delivery to the Army at Linton Military Camp
Diary of Gunner James A Stubbs – World War Two
Victory over Japan celebration programme
Visiting Australian Airforce Officers, Palmerston North
Radar Team, Ohakea Base

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