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Curly Raeburn was presented with a gold watch to mark 55 years service at the Manawatu Evening Standard. Mr Raeburn continued to work for the company for a further 9 years, before he retired in September 1972. From left: Gordon Nash, Director; J H Nash, Editor; Curly Raeburn; N A Nash, Director. The Manawatu Evening Standard, launched in 1880, was the first daily newspaper in Palmerston North.

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2009P_Bc185_BUI_2602
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55 year service presentation at the Manawatu Evening Standard
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Public Photograph Collection Bc 185
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Palmerston North
Date
December 1963

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Manawatu Evening Standard

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