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Memory Lane - "City's beautiful oasis"

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Journalist Tina White's weekly "Memory Lane" article in the Manawatū Standard. The origins of Massey Agricultural College gardens and homesteads, and the significant people associated with the development of the grounds and homes. Many of the historic homes are now absorbed in the Massey University campus.

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2020Pa_IMCADigitalArchive_029412
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Memory Lane - "City's beautiful oasis"
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Manawatū Standard
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Palmerston North
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February 1, 2020

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