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De Molen is a full-scale working flour windwill erected by Jan Langen and Cor Slobbe in 2003 as a monument to Dutch immigration to New Zealand.

As part of Local History Week, members of the public and City Library staff visited Te Awahou Nieuwe Stroom and the Flax Stripper Museum in Foxton.

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Object type
Image
Digitisation ID
2018BD_2018-46_025378
Title
De Molen, Windmill
Relation
IMCA Digital Archive
Format
Born Digital
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IMCA Digital Archive

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Place
Foxton
Date
October 30, 2018

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Palmerston North City Library

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