p. 3 Editorial: Cushla Scrivens
p. 5 Flea-houses and picture palaces: cinema life before the Downtown multiplex / Pauline Knuckey
p. 14 Motorists: look before you peep: the fall and rise of Feilding's town clock / Simon Johnson
p. 22 How Palmerston North missed the tram / James Watson
p. 33 Bachelors' Balls / Marilyn Wightman
p. 40 More than meets the eye: costumes in the Manawatū / Heather Glasgow
p. 42 Our boys: Feilding's first contingent in the First World War / Dorothy Pilkington
p. 49 'Enthusiastic, talented people': fifty years of drama at Massey University / Lucy Marsden
p. 61 Akela Collins and the West End boys: a 1940s-1950s Palmerston North Cub pack / Helen Dollery
p. 69 The rise and fall of the Manawatu Sports Association 1894-1900 / Geoff Watson
p. 77 "Early medical practitioners in the Manawatu and Palmerston North" / reviewed by James Watson
p. 78 "Beyond the state: New Zealand state houses from modest to modern" - reviewed by David Chapple
p. 79 "Palmerston North pioneer: John Richter: from Norway to New Zealand"
p. 79 "Scoundrels and scallywags"
p. 79 "Power: electrical supply to the Manawatu"
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