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More Info →Dominion Conference of Māori Welfare League Begins

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 28 April 1958, page 6: "Seen at the opening of the Dominion conference of the Maori Welfare League in Palmerston North today are a section of the delegates who were listening to the opening address given by the Prime Minister (Mr. Nash)."

Identification

Object type
Image
Digitisation ID
2017N_2017-20_014731
Title
Dominion Conference of Māori Welfare League Begins
Relation
Manawatu Standard Negative Collection
Format
B&W negative
Held In
Coolstore
Archive
Manawatū Evening Standard Negative Collection

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Creation

Created By
Place
Palmerston North
Date
April 28, 1958

Object rights

Credit Line
Fairfax Media New Zealand

Taxonomy

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delegates,
maori welfare league,

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