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Bernard Freyberg,  Deputy Constable and Lieutenant Governor of Windsor Castle, replies to a letter from Freyberg High School Principal, Mr H. H.  Craig. First he comments on news from Freyberg High School, named in his honour. Sir Freyberg then goes on to write about that great kiwi pass-time, sport, the Queen Mother's February visit to Palmerston North, and Mr Craig's imminent visit to London.

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Object type
Correspondence
Date
July 28, 1958
Digitisation ID
COMM1565647362
Format
Paper
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IMCA Digital Archive

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