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Some of the male staff are dressed for a cricket game. From left: Back row; Unknown, ? Wallace, Manager; Alex Ross, brother of C M Ross. Front row: Unknown; Mr Ovenden, Tailor; Unknown; Vernon Farquhar, Buyer Haberdashery; Unknown; N McPherson, buyer; A H Mills, Buyer; Unknown; Alf Allen, who worked for C M Ross in Palmerston North and later bought out C M Ross’s Levin shop.

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Object type
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Digitisation ID
2008N_Pic24_CMROSS_1631
Title
Staff picnic C M Ross & Co. Ltd
Held In
Coolstore
Date
1905

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