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A gathering of early settlers at an unknown occasion. (From left)Back Row: Mrs Bolt, V Monrad, Mrs E K Collins, J Perrin, P Scheidt, J Rush, Mrs GG Richardson, E O Olsen, G Richardson. D Rowland, O Monrad, J McMasters, J H Wylds, A McDowell, Mrs McDowell, W Batt, Mrs Batt, P P Anderson, Heaton Jones. Middle Row: G Parr, A Prunty, Hansen, W Cuming, G West, T Wray, W Fenton, Johnson, A Rush, J Lane, Johannes Monrad, J Wiggins, Mrs Downey. Front Row: the first four are unnamed, Mrs Tricklebank (5th), W Tricklebank, Kerei Te Panau, Mr G M Snelson, Mrs Snelson, Mrs W McDowall. (Positions of named people in the middle and back rows may be suspect)

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2007N_Pg23_EPN_0276
Title
Old Identities of Palmerston North
Relation
Public Photograph Collection Pg 23
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Coolstore

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Palmerston North
Date
circa 1901

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