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The Lakelet was constructed in October 1909. It was the main feature of the last quadrant of The Square to be developed by the Beautifying Society. James Nash, Mayor of Palmerston North 1908-1923, opened the Lakelet before a crowd on 27 October 1909. The Lakelet is shaped as a butterfly, with the wings being bisected by a bridge as its body. It is also referred to as the Butterfly Lake.

Tautuhi

Momo rauemi
Image
Tautuhi matihiko
2014N_Sq167_008623
Ingoa
View of the Lakelet in the Square
E puritia ana ki
Coolstore
Pākanga
Public Photograph Collection Sq 167
Date
1920s

Ngā rauemi e whai pānga ana

View of the Lakelet in the Square
A View of the Lakelet
Lakelet and Cannon in the Square
Lakelet in The Square
Cannon and Lakelet in The Square
A View of the Square - Looking Towards Broadway Avenue
Andrews Collection: View of The Square from C M Ross Department Store, The Square
Two Boys on One of the Cannons in The Square
Panorama of The Square from the top of the Grand Hotel - 1923
Lakelet and Butterfly Bridge
"In The Square, Palmerston North"
Andrews Collection: Duck Pond, The Square

Hanganga

Te kaihanga
Te wāhi
The Square, Palmerston North

Te manatārua

Pūnaha whakarōpū

Ngā tūtohu
1920s,
black and white,
butterfly lake,
park,
park bench,
path,
photographs,
square gardens,
the square,
Tūtohu Hapori

Tuku kōrero mai mō te whakararu

Ngā rauemi e whai pānga ana

View of the Lakelet in the Square
A View of the Lakelet
Lakelet and Cannon in the Square
Lakelet in The Square
Cannon and Lakelet in The Square
A View of the Square - Looking Towards Broadway Avenue
Andrews Collection: View of The Square from C M Ross Department Store, The Square
Two Boys on One of the Cannons in The Square
Panorama of The Square from the top of the Grand Hotel - 1923
Lakelet and Butterfly Bridge
"In The Square, Palmerston North"
Andrews Collection: Duck Pond, The Square