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He pārongo atu anō28 Ranfurly Street

28 Ranfurly Street is a Category Two Historic Place. At the time of photographing, the house was due to be demolished after several fires damaged the property. It was built in 1905 by Frank Kirk. For more information see the listing in Historic Places in Palmerston North. There are more views of this house in the condition seen here, please contact the Ian Matheson City Archives for more information.

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28 Ranfurly Street
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IMCA Digital Archive

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28 Ranfurly Street
Totaranui and Awahou South School Information Sheet
Unidentified house
Hitching Post in The Square
Hitching Post in The Square
Ralta factory fire, Tremaine Avenue
Unidentified Fireman in Uniform
Alan Bramwell Drapery Fire
Alan Bramwell Drapery Fire
Fire at the Occidental Hotel
Fire at Gasworks Storehouse
Alan Bramwell Drapery Fire

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Te kaihanga
Te wāhi
Ranfurly Street
Te rā
February 19, 2018

Te manatārua

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Palmerston North City Library

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Tūtohu Hapori

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Ngā rauemi e whai pānga ana

28 Ranfurly Street
Totaranui and Awahou South School Information Sheet
Unidentified house
Hitching Post in The Square
Hitching Post in The Square
Ralta factory fire, Tremaine Avenue
Unidentified Fireman in Uniform
Alan Bramwell Drapery Fire
Alan Bramwell Drapery Fire
Fire at the Occidental Hotel
Fire at Gasworks Storehouse
Alan Bramwell Drapery Fire

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