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W.W. Corpe (1836 - 1923) was one of the pioneers of the dairy industry in the Manawatu. He arrived in the Feilding district about 1881 and was a sawmiller for some years before constructing a butter and cheese factory at Makino, near Feilding. Mr. Corpe was making butter by 1887 and continued in the industry until 1903, when he sold to Joseph Nathan and Co Ltd. of Wellington.

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2010N_D51_3344
Title
William Westcombe Corpe
Relation
Public Photograph Collection D 51
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Coolstore

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Manawatu
Date
circa 1880 to circa 1885

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Palmerston North City Library

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