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Ko te Kaiwhakiro akonga ko Mark Russell e mahi ana i runga i te pare. Student Mark Russell is working on the pare, the carving traditionally placed above the doorway of the Meeting House, which was due to open in 1980. Behind him, is Art Lecturer Cliff Whiting. To access image please contact us.

Identification

Object type
Image
Digitisation ID
2008P_Tw5-1_TWH_1938
Title
Carving for Palmerston North Teachers' College Marae "Te Kupenga o Te Matauranga"
Held In
Coolstore

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Place
Centennial Drive, Palmerston North
Date
November 28, 1979

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