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A photographic series prepared by the Prime Minister’s Department in 1947 to attract British migrants. The Evans family of 5 Mansford Place, Palmerston North were selected to show the living conditions of a typical New Zealand family. The Dental Clinic at the Palmerston North Intermediate Normal School was opened in 1946. It was at first staffed by a qualified dentist and in 1947 by school dental nurses, A A Wilkinson and G H Duff. Ten year old John Evans is the patient but the nurse has not been identified. The School Dental Service was established in 1921. After 1935 it expanded rapidly and by the mid 1940s there were 456 dental clinics offering free treatment and dental education to over 226,000 children. The excellence of this service attracted overseas attention. The Dental Clinic termed by children ‘the murder house’ was a memorable feature of school life.

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Momo rauemi
Image
Pākanga
CA: Evans Collection A175/67/1
Date
1947
Tautuhi matihiko
2010N_A175-67-1_004207
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Research File

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Evans Family Collection: John and Michael Evans off to school, 5 Mansford Place
Evans Family Collection: Evans family eating dinner, 5 Mansford Place
Evans Family Collection: Evans Family, 5 Mansford Place
Evans Family Collection: Evans family playing cricket, 5 Mansford Street
Evans Family Collection: Class at West End School
Evans Family Collection: Mrs Evans at Palmerston North Public Library
Evans Family Collection: Class at West End School
Evans Family Collection: Emma Catherine Evans and friends, 5 Mansford Place
Evans Family Collection: Evans family walking in Victoria Esplanade
Evans Family Collection: Betty Evans at the letterbox, 5 Mansford Place
Evans Family Collection: John and Michael Evans off to school, 5 Mansford Place
Evans Family Collection: Mrs Evans and baby at the Palmerston North Plunket Rooms

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Ngā rauemi e whai pānga ana

Evans Family Collection: John and Michael Evans off to school, 5 Mansford Place
Evans Family Collection: Evans family eating dinner, 5 Mansford Place
Evans Family Collection: Evans Family, 5 Mansford Place
Evans Family Collection: Evans family playing cricket, 5 Mansford Street
Evans Family Collection: Class at West End School
Evans Family Collection: Mrs Evans at Palmerston North Public Library
Evans Family Collection: Class at West End School
Evans Family Collection: Emma Catherine Evans and friends, 5 Mansford Place
Evans Family Collection: Evans family walking in Victoria Esplanade
Evans Family Collection: Betty Evans at the letterbox, 5 Mansford Place
Evans Family Collection: John and Michael Evans off to school, 5 Mansford Place
Evans Family Collection: Mrs Evans and baby at the Palmerston North Plunket Rooms