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“Craiglockhart” was constructed in 1889, and was the residence of Charles John Monro and his family. It stood on the edge of the Fitzherbert Terrace, on the western side of Riverbank Road. In the 1940s the house was bought by Massey Agricultural College and converted into a hostel for women students, known as Moginie House. Today it is still a student hostel but the name has reverted to 'Craiglockhart'. Charles Monro (1851-1933) is known as the founder of rugby in New Zealand, and was a businessman in Palmerston North. Pictured from left: Mary; John (known as Jack); David; C J Monro; Linda; Hector (Peter); Mrs C J Monro and “Ben” the dog.

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Monro Family at Craiglockhart
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Monro Family at Craiglockhart
Chapman family home
Three Monro children in orchard at 'Craiglockhart'
Cycle and motor bike with sidecar on Victoria Drive, Victoria Esplanade
462 Featherston Street
Highden Manor Estate, Awahuri
Slack Family
Family walking and biking on Victoria Drive, Victoria Esplanade
Smith and Spence Wedding Venue
158 Victoria Avenue, Palmerston North
Premier Department Company Window Display
Levy residence, 181 Fitzherbert Avenue

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Te kaihanga
Te wāhi
Palmerston North
Te rā
circa 1898

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Palmerston North Libraries and Community Services

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Tūtohu Hapori
historic places trust,

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Ngā rauemi e whai pānga ana

Monro Family at Craiglockhart
Chapman family home
Three Monro children in orchard at 'Craiglockhart'
Cycle and motor bike with sidecar on Victoria Drive, Victoria Esplanade
462 Featherston Street
Highden Manor Estate, Awahuri
Slack Family
Family walking and biking on Victoria Drive, Victoria Esplanade
Smith and Spence Wedding Venue
158 Victoria Avenue, Palmerston North
Premier Department Company Window Display
Levy residence, 181 Fitzherbert Avenue

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