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Flower Arrangement for Royal Civic Reception

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Florists at work on the arrangements for the Royal Civic Reception held in the tearooms of the C.M. Ross building. The floral arrangement included 1000 roses, 800 carnations, 800 gladiolies and more. Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip, the Duke of Edinburgh, visited Palmerston North 6-7 January 1954

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Flower Arrangement for Royal Civic Reception
Flower Arrangement for Royal Civic Reception
Flower arrangments and table settings for the visit of Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh
Queen Elizabeth II with Brian Elwood, Mayor of Palmerston North
Prince of Wales Visit to Palmerston North
Large Floral Floor Display
1954 Royal Visit Decorations
"Elegant Reminder of Royal Occasion in City" Banquet Table and Two Chairs
Prince of Wales Visit to Palmerston North
C M Ross Co. Ltd tearooms decorated for Royal Civic dinner
Invitation to the Royal Civic dinner for Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh
Queen Elizabeth II and Duke of Edinbugh visit to Palmerston North

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4 The Square, Palmerston North
Te rā
January 6, 1954

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Flower Arrangement for Royal Civic Reception
Flower Arrangement for Royal Civic Reception
Flower arrangments and table settings for the visit of Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh
Queen Elizabeth II with Brian Elwood, Mayor of Palmerston North
Prince of Wales Visit to Palmerston North
Large Floral Floor Display
1954 Royal Visit Decorations
"Elegant Reminder of Royal Occasion in City" Banquet Table and Two Chairs
Prince of Wales Visit to Palmerston North
C M Ross Co. Ltd tearooms decorated for Royal Civic dinner
Invitation to the Royal Civic dinner for Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh
Queen Elizabeth II and Duke of Edinbugh visit to Palmerston North

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