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Four page manuscript written by Corleen Harford, reminiscing about her days working as a waitress in the C M Ross Tearooms as a young woman. The tearooms were on the second floor of the department store overlooking The Square. The C M Ross building is now the Palmerston North City Library.

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Multi-Page Document
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2008Pa_A175-237_CMROSS_1684a
Title
Memories of working in C M Ross Tearooms in the 1940s
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Research File A175/237
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Palmerston North
Date
August 1999

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Palmerston North City Library

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