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Alexander McMinn was the founder of the 'Manawatu Daily Standard' (forerunner of the Manawatu Standard), the first daily paper published between Wellington and Wanganui, which produced it’s first issue on 29th November 1880. The newspaper was sold to Frederick Pirani in 1871. Archibald McMinn was said to be a compositor–typesetter. From left. Standing : Leslie McMinn; Gordon McMinn; Archibald McMinn; Garnet McMinn. Seated: Alexander McMinn, F Alex McMinn and Lassie the dog. Leslie, Gordon, Archibald, Garnet and F Alex were all sons of Alexander.

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2007N_Pi47_PEO_1171
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McMinn family
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McMinn family
55 year service presentation at the Manawatu Evening Standard
John Coombe
Alexander McMinn
Last of the Newspaper Sellers
Flyger Family Group
Kennedy Family
Ada (?) Shailer
Shailer family
Unidentified group of young women
Manawatu Evening Standard publisher and "Paper Boy"
W.T. Penny

Hanganga

Te kaihanga
Te wāhi
Palmerston North
Te rā
circa 1900

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Palmerston North Libraries and Community Services

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Tūtohu Hapori

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McMinn family
55 year service presentation at the Manawatu Evening Standard
John Coombe
Alexander McMinn
Last of the Newspaper Sellers
Flyger Family Group
Kennedy Family
Ada (?) Shailer
Shailer family
Unidentified group of young women
Manawatu Evening Standard publisher and "Paper Boy"
W.T. Penny

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