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"Blind Date with a Book"

"Blind Date with a Book"

Celebrating Library Lovers' Week at the Youth Space, Palmerston North, by borrowing a 'blind' book.

Creator
Date
February 12, 2019
Place
Palmerston North
 
Youth Space completed mural

Youth Space completed mural

Completed Youth Space mural. This mural was organised in a collaborative effort by Youth Space staff members Tara and Remy, artist Gembol, Student City, and the young people of Palmerston North who were involved in the entire process from initial design to completion. The mural took six months from conception to completion in 2018. 

 
Youth Space mural during creation

Youth Space mural during creation

The creation of the Youth Space mural by artist Gembol, other artists, and Palmy young people. This mural was organised in a collaborative effort by Youth Space staff members Tara and Remy, artist Gembol, Student City, and the young people of Palmerston North who were involved in the entire process from initial design to completion. The mural took six months from conception to completion in 2018.  

 
Youth Space completed mural

Youth Space completed mural

Completed Youth Space mural. This mural was organised in a collaborative effort by Youth Space staff members Tara and Remy, artist Gembol, Student City, and the young people of Palmerston North who were involved in the entire process from initial design to completion. The mural took six months from conception to completion in 2018.  

 
Youth Space mural during creation

Youth Space mural during creation

The creation of the Youth Space mural by artist Gembol, other artists, and Palmy young people. This mural was organised in a collaborative effort by Youth Space staff members Tara and Remy, artist Gembol, Student City, and the young people of Palmerston North who were involved in the entire process from initial design to completion. The mural took six months from conception to completion in 2018. Pictured: Jayden and Keri-Ann

 
Youth Space mural during creation

Youth Space mural during creation

The creation of the Youth Space mural by artist Gembol, other artists, and Palmy young people. This mural was organised in a collaborative effort by Youth Space staff members Tara and Remy, artist Gembol, Student City, and the young people of Palmerston North who were involved in the entire process from initial design to completion. The mural took six months from conception to completion in 2018.  

 
"Helpers Removed Furniture From House" Ashhurst Fire

"Helpers Removed Furniture From House" Ashhurst Fire

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 13 June 1961 "Furniture, household fittings and personal effects are seen hurriedly placed out of the way of the fire in front of Mr. C.M.A. Kebbell's two-storey home near Ashhurst which was badly damaged by fire yesterday. Willing neighbours and firemen saves as much as possible from the interior until the heat of the flames forced them to retire."

 
"Greeting a Distinguished Visitor" - at Ohakea

"Greeting a Distinguished Visitor" - at Ohakea

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 21 March 1958, page 6: "Posing on his arrival at Ohakea yesterday with the Chief of Air Staff (left), Air Vice Marshal C.E. Kay, Air Chief Marshal the Hon. Sir Ralph Cochrane is seen as he landed from the Royal Air Force Hastings which had brought him from Singapore. Right is Group Captain C.A. Turner, the Commanding Officer at Ohakea R.N.Z.A.F. Station."

 
"Going out for Another Lesson" Golf Clinic

"Going out for Another Lesson" Golf Clinic

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 26 November 1958: "The strenuous clinic being held at the Manawatu golf coarse for members of the New Zealand Women's golf team to tour the United Kingdom, constitutes hard work and plenty of fun. From left to right are: Mrs. J. Mangan, Miss S. Grigg, Mrs. D.M. Wilson (manager), Miss N. Campbell, Mrs. V. Land, and Miss A. Nash."

 
"Gifts for Needy Lepers" Donations for YMCA Charity

"Gifts for Needy Lepers" Donations for YMCA Charity

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on10 September 1958: "The Rev. A.J. Jamieson and his wife are seen busily packing clothing which is destined to keep the people of the leper colonies in India and Korea warm and comfortable. This year Palmerston North has donated four times as many articles as last year and the response to the appeals is continually growing."

 
"Ghost Town Appearance"
"Ghost Town Appearance"

"Ghost Town Appearance"

This photograph is from a series taken for a story that ran in the Manawatu Evening Standard, February 22 1965 with the caption: "The old railway yards looking south now appear more like a ghost town, with a flourishing growth of weeds." These images look towards The Square. The image labelled 1 has the digitisation ID 2017N_IMCA-DigitalMaster_013877.

 
"Gas Department Pipe Location Team"

"Gas Department Pipe Location Team"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 09 June 1961 "Mr. J.D. O'Keefe operating a pipe-locating machine in Fitzherbert Avenue today to determine the position of the old 4 in. gas main which will be replaced by a 6 in. main to improve the service to the lower end of the city. After the pipe is located its position is marked in paint by Mr. K. Paul (kneeling)."

 
Carnival of The Lake - 1
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Kōrero āpiti

Carnival of The Lake

The Carnival of the Lake took place at Hokowhitu Lagoon in 1964. Events included a pet parade, Highland dancing, a demonstration from the Manawatu Kayak Club and a jousting contest. Some other highlights were the final of the Miss Manawatu Competition, the variety concert staged on a floating ship and the "Leap of Death" made by Clive Lohta from the Centennial Bridge into a fire lit on the lagoon. Some 2000 people came to watch the festivities over the 4-day period.

 
Central School

Central School

Central School was built in 1922 in Featherston Street to replace Campbell Street School. The second storey of this building was removed after the Napier earthquake raised doubts as to the structural soundness of the building, in 1931. The modified building remained in use until 1974, when it was demolished. There were four main incarnations of Central School - The Original School (corner of Main and Princess Streets, 1872-1890), Campbell Street School (1890-1922), Central School (Featherston Street, built 1922), Central Normal School (became a practice school for teachers college students in 1956).

 
Central School

Central School

There were four main incarnations of Central School - The Original School (corner of Main and Princess Streets, 1872-1890), Campbell Street School (1890-1922), Central School (Featherston Street, built 1922), Central Normal School (became a practice school for teachers college students in 1956). This photograph shows the building in Featherston Street, which had its second storey removed in 1931.

 
Central Normal School Class Photo

Central Normal School Class Photo

A unidentified group of young pupils attending Central School. Central Normal began as Palmerston North's first school in 1872, in Princess Street. It shifted to become Campbell Street School in 1890. When it was outgrown a new school was opened in Featherston Street in 1921 and became known as Central Normal School.

 
Central Normal School Class Photo

Central Normal School Class Photo

A unidentified group of young pupils attending Central School. Central Normal began as Palmerston North's first school in 1872, in Princess Street. It shifted to become Campbell Street School in 1890. When it was outgrown a new school was opened in Featherston Street in 1921 and became known as Central Normal School.

 
Central Normal School Class Photo

Central Normal School Class Photo

A unidentified group of young pupils attending Central School. Central Normal began as Palmerston North's first school in 1872, in Princess Street. It shifted to become Campbell Street School in 1890. When it was outgrown a new school was opened in Featherston Street in 1921 and became known as Central Normal School.

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