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This Cuba Street building stood next to the National Bank on the corner of Rangitikei and Cuba Streets. Upstairs: Reginald Thorrold-Jaggard, registered architect, premises 1931 – 1941 before relocating to 20 Grey Street. Downstairs: London Book Club, seen with a sign in the window - Opening Monday”; N G Ingham, Painter and Decorator, premises during the 1930s. In 1939 this shop was called “Baigent Oil and Colour Merchants. The National Bank occupied the building as temporary premises while their building was under construction in 1927.

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2009N_Bc348_BUI_2467
Title
Cuba Street businesses
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Public Photograph Collection Bc 348
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Palmerston North
Date
1938

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