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The King Street building was constructed in 1928, for the Royal New Zealand Plunket Society, formed in Palmerston North in 1917. The rooms were designed by the architect Ernst West and officially opened 1929.

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2008N_H15_BUI_1696
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Plunket Society Rooms, King Street
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Public Photograph Collection
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Coolstore

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circa 1939

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