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After work, this group of women went haymaking at the Fitzherbert property in Ihaka Street, Palmerston North, as part of the war effort. From left: Unknown; Eileen Redwood, worked at the Bank of New Zealand (later Mrs Kingston); Rona Fenwick(?), worked at the Palmerston North City Council (later Mrs Jim McDavitt); Mrs Spike Moore, her husband worked for an oil company; June Allen, worked for Johnston and Co, King Street, grocery and wine/spirits wholesalers (later Mrs Blennerhassett); Edna Spillman, worked at Johnston and Co (later Mrs Quarrie).

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Date
January 1941
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Manawatu Land Service Club
Women Working on Farm during World War II, Palmerston North
'Join the Women's Land Service' pamphlet
New Zealand Women’s Land Service Handbook of Information
'Join the Women's Land Service' poster
Ploughing a field with a traction engine
Machinists at Libertyland Factory
Libertyland Factory Staff at Tea
Polish Army league with gift parcels for Polish soldiers
Miniature mountain hut from Polish soldier
Office of Adam Burges Agricultural Implement Works, Rangitikei Street
Workmen feeding hay into a threshing mill

Pūnaha whakarōpū

Ngā tūtohu
agricultural,
farm,
women,
women’s land service,
workers,
world war two,
Tūtohu Hapori

Tuku kōrero mai mō te whakararu

Ngā rauemi e whai pānga ana

Manawatu Land Service Club
Women Working on Farm during World War II, Palmerston North
'Join the Women's Land Service' pamphlet
New Zealand Women’s Land Service Handbook of Information
'Join the Women's Land Service' poster
Ploughing a field with a traction engine
Machinists at Libertyland Factory
Libertyland Factory Staff at Tea
Polish Army league with gift parcels for Polish soldiers
Miniature mountain hut from Polish soldier
Office of Adam Burges Agricultural Implement Works, Rangitikei Street
Workmen feeding hay into a threshing mill