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Allan Smith designed this window display while employed by Milne Choyce. He was first employed by the C M Ross department store in 1959, which was then bought out by Milne and Choyce. He rose to become Display Manager.

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Digitisation ID
2009P_DIGITALCOPY_CMROSS_2137
Title
Milne and Choyce window display
Relation
A175/237 C M Ross interviews
Held In
IMCA Digital Archive

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4 The Square, Palmerston North
Date
1960 to 1966

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