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He pārongo atu anō"How It Is Done" Students Visit Printing Press

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 24 October 1958: "Teachers' College students visited a printing establishment in the city and watched how the printing world functioned. Here are a number of students watching Mr. J.C. Forward, a machine foreman, prepare a publication."

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Image
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Ingoa
"How It Is Done" Students Visit Printing Press
Pākanga
Manawatu Standard Negative Collection
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B&W negative
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Coolstore
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Manawatū Evening Standard Negative Collection

Ngā rauemi e whai pānga ana

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"First in Palmerston North" - Dentistry
"Harry Adler Explains His Work" Harmonica Virtuoso
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"A Clear Impression" - Rugby
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"A Hole in the Bucket" Talent Evening
Manawatu Dancing Festival
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"Another Primary School Opened" Awapuni School
"Cash and Smiles" Fund Raising
"City Says Thank You" Acknowledgement of Professor G.B. Peren

Hanganga

Te kaihanga
Te wāhi
Palmerston North
Te rā
October 24, 1958

Te manatārua

Ngā whakamihi
Fairfax Media New Zealand

Pūnaha whakarōpū

Tūtohu Hapori
printing,
printing press,
publications,
teachers' college students,

Tuku kōrero mai mō te whakararu

Ngā rauemi e whai pānga ana

"How It Is Done" Students Visit Printing Press
"First in Palmerston North" - Dentistry
"Harry Adler Explains His Work" Harmonica Virtuoso
"Brighter Service to Punters" T.A.B. redecoration
"A Clear Impression" - Rugby
"A Gloomy Future Unless …" - Power Cuts to Cover Shortfall
"A Hole in the Bucket" Talent Evening
Manawatu Dancing Festival
"After the Presentation" - Debutantes and Officials at the Catholic Charity Ball
"Another Primary School Opened" Awapuni School
"Cash and Smiles" Fund Raising
"City Says Thank You" Acknowledgement of Professor G.B. Peren

Ngā pito kōrero a te hunga toro mai