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Allan Smith designed this window display while employed by Milne and Choyce. He was first employed by the C M Ross Co Ltd department store in 1959, which was then bought out by Milne and Choyce. He rose to become Display Manager.

Tautuhi

Momo rauemi
Image
Pākanga
A175/237 C M Ross
Date
1960 to 1966
Tautuhi matihiko
2009P_DIGITALCOPY_CMROSS_2143
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IMCA Digital Archive

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Milne and Choyce window display
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Milne and Choyce window display
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C M Ross Co. Ltd advertising their ‘Stock Realisation Sale’
Staff of C M Ross Co. Ltd tearooms at Miss Haycock’s celebration
Charles McIntosh Ross
Waitresses for the Royal Civic Dinner for Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip
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C M Ross Co. Ltd tearooms on the occasion of the Royal Civic dinner

Pūnaha whakarōpū

Ngā tūtohu
1960s,
advertising,
black and white,
c m ross building,
department store,
milne and choyce,
retail,
roscos,
staff,
thematic collections,
window display,
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Ngā rauemi e whai pānga ana

Milne and Choyce window display
Milne and Choyce Showroom staff
Milne and Choyce window display
Milne and Choyce window display of fabrics
C M Ross Co. Ltd float in the 75th Jubilee parade
C M Ross Co. Ltd float in 75th Jubilee parade in The Square
C M Ross Co. Ltd advertising their ‘Stock Realisation Sale’
Staff of C M Ross Co. Ltd tearooms at Miss Haycock’s celebration
Charles McIntosh Ross
Waitresses for the Royal Civic Dinner for Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip
Marie Haslem and Edna Coley, waitresses for Royal Civic dinner
C M Ross Co. Ltd tearooms on the occasion of the Royal Civic dinner