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The stall was to raise funds 'to help the Belgians', during World War One. The girls, in national costume, were members of the Scandinavian Club which ran in Palmerston North was formed in August 1914 and ran until 1917.

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21007N_Scand2_GRO_1135
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Scandinavian Club girls at fundraising 'Scandinavian Coffee Stall'
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Palmerston North
Date
March 1915

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Palmerston North City Library

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