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The PDC (Premier Department Company) was one of the foremost department stores in Palmerston North. It was on the corner of The Square, where the Plaza is today.

These poems were written by Zeta Hope, a former employee of the department store, about the business and the creation of the Plaza.

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Multi-Page Document
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2020Pa_A175-127_032791
Title
Poems about PDC department store
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Research file A175/127
Format
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Research File
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cc-by

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Palmerston North
Date
1990s

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Ian Matheson City Archives

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