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This photograph is from a set of 7 entitled "Grass-Seed Raising in the Manawatu". The accompanying caption reads: “Carting Seed into the Store. This picture tells us the seed has, so to speak, reached a ‘temporary home.’ We see the lorries full of dressed seed arriving at the warehouse of a well-known firm of seed merchants in Palmerston North, from whence it will be distributed all over the world”. Barraud & Abraham’s wooden premises stood in Rangitikei Street.

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2008N_Gs8_WOR_1438
Title
Wagonloads of grass seed
Relation
Public Photograph Collection Gs 8
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Coolstore

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Palmerston North
Date
circa 1904

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Palmerston North Libraries and Community Services

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