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Kerei Te Panau was the namesake of the chimes in the clock of the Post Office. Seated, from left: Mrs and Mr Tricklebank; Kerei Te Panau; George Snelson (first Mayor of Palmerston North); Mrs Louisa Snelson; Unknown. Image available on request - please 'Contact Us'

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Object type
Image
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2008N_Tw1-15_TWH_1913
Title
Gathering of notable Palmerston North citizens
Held In
Coolstore
Date
1901

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