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The Manawatū Knitting Mills' Ltd was founded by John Stubbs c1888 and situated in Main Street, Palmerston North. It was a large employer of women workers. Jessie Davis (later Henrici), daughter of James and Harriet Davis, is shown at centre.

For more information on the Manawatū Knitting Mills, see White, Jill (2007). "Women at Work in the Manawatū Knitting Mills." Manawatū Journal of History, Vol. 3, pp.20-29.

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2011P_IMCA-DigitalMaster_005545
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Women at work at the Manawatu Knitting Mills
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IMCA Digital Archive 2011
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Palmerston North
Date
circa 1925

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Palmerston North City Library

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