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He pārongo atu anōThe Dittmer brothers taking a lunch break

The Dittmer brothers and their dogs take a break in front of a rough shelter. There were four brothers, Herman, John, Henry and William, it is unclear which are pictured here. The brothers farmed, with their father Henry, on Scott's Road, Kahuterawa, c 1904-1920, also known as Hill Top Road and Motu Rimu. When the land was bought in 1904 it had to be cleared and a sawmill was established to process the timber. They farmed cattle and sheep

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The Dittmer brothers taking a lunch break
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The Dittmer brothers taking a lunch break
Making of Scotts Road, Kahuterawa
Rock blast, Kahuterawa
Working on Scotts Road
Dittmer brothers sawing timber, Kahuterawa
Spreading rock, Kahuterawa
Building Dittmer House at Hill Top, Scotts Road, Linton
Clearing a slip on Scotts Road, Linton
Henry Dittmer transporting a wool bale
Otaki Sanatorium
Second bridge at Bulls under construction
Aerial view of Marton

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Palmerston North
Te rā
circa 1910

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The Dittmer brothers taking a lunch break
Making of Scotts Road, Kahuterawa
Rock blast, Kahuterawa
Working on Scotts Road
Dittmer brothers sawing timber, Kahuterawa
Spreading rock, Kahuterawa
Building Dittmer House at Hill Top, Scotts Road, Linton
Clearing a slip on Scotts Road, Linton
Henry Dittmer transporting a wool bale
Otaki Sanatorium
Second bridge at Bulls under construction
Aerial view of Marton

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