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Joan Klee (middle) is dressed in an outfit she created for a Palmerston North Diamond Jubilee Parade. It caused quite the stir at the time because of its transparent bottom half. She was a window-dresser for the department store Collinson and Cunninghame, and was thought to be the first qualified female window-dresser in the country. She was instructed in the art of window-dressing by Claude Dixon, who had traveled to the United States to study at the prestigious Macy's Department Store. Joan Klee married Kenneth Lindsey Mcdonald

Tautuhi

Momo rauemi
Image
Pākanga
Digital Photograph Collection, with no hardcopy held
Date
1937
Tautuhi matihiko
2014P_IMCA-DigitalMaster_008475
E puritia ana ki
IMCA Digital Archive

Ngā rauemi e whai pānga ana

Dressed for the 60th Jubilee of Palmerston North
Joan Klee dressed for Palmerston North 60th Jubilee
Mr and Mrs Stan Hunt
Massey Agricultural College Capping Ball
Women Pose on one of the Square Cannons
Mrs Isabella Essex
Unidentified Couple
Andrews Collection: Bob in The Square
Mrs Ethel Russell of "Whare Rata", Fitzherbert West
The Perrin Family of Palmerston North
Mrs R S Abraham
Turitea Dam, Opening Day Picnic

Pūnaha whakarōpū

Ngā tūtohu
beautiful,
dress,
fashion,
hat,
parade,
people,
photographs,
pretty,
sash,
women,
Tūtohu Hapori

Tuku kōrero mai mō te whakararu

Ngā rauemi e whai pānga ana

Dressed for the 60th Jubilee of Palmerston North
Joan Klee dressed for Palmerston North 60th Jubilee
Mr and Mrs Stan Hunt
Massey Agricultural College Capping Ball
Women Pose on one of the Square Cannons
Mrs Isabella Essex
Unidentified Couple
Andrews Collection: Bob in The Square
Mrs Ethel Russell of "Whare Rata", Fitzherbert West
The Perrin Family of Palmerston North
Mrs R S Abraham
Turitea Dam, Opening Day Picnic