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A group of Manawatu Mounted Rifles in uniform and on horseback. The Manawatu Mounted Rifles, set up in 1891, were one of many voluntary military corps who supported the small Regular Force of soldiers in New Zealand.

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2009N_A52_WAR_2207
Title
Manawatu Mounted Rifles at Foxton
Relation
Public Photograph Collection A52
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Palmerston North
Date
1928

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Palmerston North City Library

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