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A Supper Concert was held as part of Local History Week 2019. James Tait-Jamieson, singer and saxophonist, and Chris Dann, pianist, entertained with 1940s tunes.

The library building was built as a department store for the C M Ross Co. in 1927-1928. The second floor was used as the tearooms and supper concerts were among the many activities that took place there over the years.

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2020P_IMCA-DigitalArchive_030252
Title
Supper Concert on the Second Floor of the Palmerston North City Library
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IMCA Digital Archive
Relation
IMCA Digital Archive
Date
November 2019

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4 The Square, Palmerston North

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