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He pārongo atu anōDisplay of work done by the United Guild for air raid victims of World War II

The United Guild mounted a Palmerston North window display to publicise the work they were doing for air-raid victims in England during WWII. The Guild operated under the patronage of the Kairanga County Council, combining and co-ordinating the efforts of 34 organisations of Manawatu towns and country districts. By 1941 it had forwarded 13,000 garments through the Lady Galway Guild in Wellington. Published in the Free Lance 23 July 1941.

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Display of work done by the United Guild for air raid victims of World War II
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Display of work done by the United Guild for air raid victims of World War II
Womens War Service Auxiliary minutes of meeting
Setting up a Palmerston North Womens Recruiting Commitee
Premier Drapery Company Social Club entertainment group
Womens War Service Auxiliary correspondence
Viscount Montgomery and Entourage
Ernest and Harriet Davis
Mail delivery to the Army at Linton Military Camp
Visiting Australian Airforce Officers, Palmerston North
Radar Team, Ohakea Base
Calibration Chart
Miniature mountain hut from Polish soldier

Hanganga

Te kaihanga
Te wāhi
Palmerston North
Te rā
July 1941

Te manatārua

Ngā whakamihi
Palmerston North City Library

Pūnaha whakarōpū

Tūtohu Hapori

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Ngā rauemi e whai pānga ana

Display of work done by the United Guild for air raid victims of World War II
Womens War Service Auxiliary minutes of meeting
Setting up a Palmerston North Womens Recruiting Commitee
Premier Drapery Company Social Club entertainment group
Womens War Service Auxiliary correspondence
Viscount Montgomery and Entourage
Ernest and Harriet Davis
Mail delivery to the Army at Linton Military Camp
Visiting Australian Airforce Officers, Palmerston North
Radar Team, Ohakea Base
Calibration Chart
Miniature mountain hut from Polish soldier

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