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Linton Military Camp Charter

Linton Military Camp Charter

The official charter, conferred by the city of Palmerston North on Linton Military Camp. The charter allows Linton Camp to march through the streets of Palmerston North "on all ceremonial occasions, with bayonets fixed, colours flying, drums beating and bands playing". The charter is signed by the then Mayor, Geoffrey Tremaine, and Town Clerk, Peter Hall. It also bears the official stamp of the city.

 
Plan of a proposed 27 passenger bus

Plan of a proposed 27 passenger bus

A plan for a 27 seater bus for the Palmerston North Borough Council. The Palmerston North Municipal motor service began in 1921. The plan is undated but is prior to 1930 when Palmerston North became a city.

Creator
Date
1920s
Place
Palmerston North
 
Plan of 33 seater bus

Plan of 33 seater bus

Plan of 33 seater bus on Leyland 'Tiger' passenger chassis, as produced for the Palmerston North City Council. The plan is undated but Leyland produced the 'Tiger' between 1927 and 1968.

Creator
Place
Palmerston North
 
Details of a 19 passenger bus

Details of a 19 passenger bus

A plan for a 19 seater bus for the Palmerston North Borough Council. The Palmerston North Municipal motor service began in 1921. The plan is undated but is prior to 1930 when Palmerston North became a city.

Creator
Date
1920s
Place
Palmerston North
 
Plan of Railway yards layout, Palmerston North

Plan of Railway yards layout, Palmerston North

Plan showing the layout of the yards, between West Street and The Square. The railway station and yards were in Main Street from 1890 to 1964, when all services finally moved to the Tremaine Avenue site on the edge of Palmerston North. Much of this land is now called 'the Railway Land" and is maintained as a recreational space. Plan is a copy of the original railways plan 13984, drawn to a scale of 1 chain: 1 inch. Amended 1948 and 1953. ​

Creator
Date
circa 1948
Place
Main Street, Palmerston North
 
Palmerston North City Council 1998 - 2001

Palmerston North City Council 1998 - 2001

Elected Council for Palmerston North. From left Back row: Cr R W Christmas; Cr W I Cruden; Cr V J Chettleburgh; Cr L A Baty; Cr K J Speirs; Cr P J Kelly. Middle row: Cr A R Wall; Cr M L Brown; Cr M Craig; Cr C H Allan; Cr H L Tanguay. Front row: Cr D J Ireland; Cr J G Jeffries; Mayor J J White; Cr P A C Claridge; Cr R A C Stewart.

 
Maps relating to the Wellington & Manawatu Railway Company

Maps relating to the Wellington & Manawatu Railway Company

Three maps pasted onto one sheet. 1. Map of New Zealand, with some general statistics and a description of the country. 2. "Thorndon Ward, City of Wellington, N.Z., Shewing Locality of Reclamation to be made by the Wellington & Manawatu Railway Co." 3. "Sketch Map of the Wellington & Manawatu Railway to accompany Sixth Annual Report of the DirectorsC

 
Palmerston North City Council 1989 - 1992

Palmerston North City Council 1989 - 1992

Elected councillors for Palmerston North. From left: Back row: Cr W I Cruden; Cr L A Baty; Cr R A C Stewart; Cr; D J Ireland; Cr R R Harrison. Middle row: Cr P Y M Marshall; Cr J J White; Cr M L Brown; Cr A H Whitten; Cr A Cox; Cr W M Davis. Front row: Cr V J Chettleburgh; Cr B J Forde; His Worship the Mayor P W Rieger; Cr M W Hancock; Cr J S Robson.

Creator
Date
1989
Place
Council Chambers, The Square, Palmerston North
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Plan of Municipal Golf Links

Plan of Municipal Golf Links

The Palmerston North Golf Club was formed in 1930 and was originally sited in West End, off the corner of Botanical and Park Roads. This plan shows the existing layout in 1945. In the the early 1960s the City Council acquired the land for housing and the Club relocated to No 100 Brightwater Terrace, Terrace End.

Creator
Date
May 7, 1945
Place
Corner of Botannical and Park Roads
 
Plan for Club House for Palmerston North Golf Club

Plan for Club House for Palmerston North Golf Club

The Palmerston North Golf Club was formed in 1930 and was originally sited in West End, off the corner of Botanical and Park Roads where this club house was built. In the the early 1960s the City Council acquired the land for housing and the Club relocated to No 100 Brightwater Terrace, Terrace End.

 
Plan of pavilion at Papaeoia Park

Plan of pavilion at Papaeoia Park

Papaeoia Park is situated on the corner of Ruahine Street (formerly Terrace Street) and Featherston Streets. The land was acquired by the City Council circa 1921 -1922 and is about 9 acres in size.

Creator
Date
December 1923
Place
Corner of Ruahine and Featherston Street, Palmerston North
 
Transit camp, Hokowhitu

Transit camp, Hokowhitu

In October 1945 the urgent need to house returned servicemen's families and others in need of accommodation saw an intermediate camp of 10 temporary units (with 21 tenants) set up at the Showgrounds for six months. The next step was to build a longer-term transit camp based in Hokowhitu and the first families moved to the Hokowhitu site late 1945. The housing consisted of surplus buildings from the army camp. The transit camp finally closed in 1959.

Creator
Date
1957
Place
Centennial Drive, Hokowhitu, Palmerston North
 
Transit camp, Hokowhitu

Transit camp, Hokowhitu

In October 1945 the urgent need to house returned servicemen's families and others in need of accommodation saw an intermediate camp of 10 temporary units (with 21 tenants) set up at the Showgrounds for six months. The next step was to build a longer-term transit camp based in Hokowhitu and the first families moved to the Hokowhitu site late 1945. The housing consisted of surplus buildings from the army camp. The transit camp finally closed in 1959.

Creator
Date
1957
Place
Centennial Drive, Hokowhitu, Palmerston North
 
Transit camp, Hokowhitu

Transit camp, Hokowhitu

In October 1945 the urgent need to house returned servicemen's families and others in need of accommodation saw an intermediate camp of 10 temporary units (with 21 tenants) set up at the Showgrounds for six months. The next step was to build a longer-term transit camp based in Hokowhitu and the first families moved to the Hokowhitu site late 1945. The housing consisted of surplus buildings from the army camp. The transit camp finally closed in 1959.

Creator
Date
1957
Place
Centennial Drive, Hokowhitu, Palmerston North
 
Transit camp, Hokowhitu

Transit camp, Hokowhitu

In October 1945 the urgent need to house returned servicemen's families and others in need of accommodation saw an intermediate camp of 10 temporary units (with 21 tenants) set up at the Showgrounds for six months. The next step was to build a longer-term transit camp based in Hokowhitu and the first families moved to the Hokowhitu site late 1945. The housing consisted of surplus buildings from the army camp. The transit camp finally closed in 1959.

Creator
Date
1957
Place
Centennial Drive, Hokowhitu, Palmerston North
 
Transit camp, Hokowhitu

Transit camp, Hokowhitu

In October 1945 the urgent need to house returned servicemen's families and others in need of accommodation saw an intermediate camp of 10 temporary units (with 21 tenants) set up at the Showgrounds for six months. The next step was to build a longer-term transit camp based in Hokowhitu and the first families moved to the Hokowhitu site late 1945. The housing consisted of surplus buildings from the army camp. The transit camp finally closed in 1959.

Creator
Date
1957
Place
Centennial Drive, Hokowhitu, Palmerston North
 
Transit camp, Hokowhitu

Transit camp, Hokowhitu

In October 1945 the urgent need to house returned servicemen's families and others in need of accommodation saw an intermediate camp of 10 temporary units (with 21 tenants) set up at the Showgrounds for six months. The next step was to build a longer-term transit camp based in Hokowhitu and the first families moved to the Hokowhitu site late 1945. The housing consisted of surplus buildings from the army camp. The transit camp finally closed in 1959.

Creator
Date
1957
Place
Centennial Drive, Hokowhitu, Palmerston North
 
Transit camp, Hokowhitu

Transit camp, Hokowhitu

In October 1945 the urgent need to house returned servicemen's families and others in need of accommodation saw an intermediate camp of 10 temporary units (with 21 tenants) set up at the Showgrounds for six months. The next step was to build a longer-term transit camp based in Hokowhitu and the first families moved to the Hokowhitu site late 1945. The housing consisted of surplus buildings from the army camp. The transit camp finally closed in 1959.

Creator
Date
1957
Place
Centennial Drive, Hokowhitu, Palmerston North
 
Transit camp, Hokowhitu

Transit camp, Hokowhitu

In October 1945 the urgent need to house returned servicemen's families and others in need of accommodation saw an intermediate camp of 10 temporary units (with 21 tenants) set up at the Showgrounds for six months. The next step was to build a longer-term transit camp based in Hokowhitu and the first families moved to the Hokowhitu site late 1945. The housing consisted of surplus buildings from the army camp. The transit camp finally closed in 1959.

Creator
Date
1957
Place
Centennial Drive, Hokowhitu, Palmerston North
 
Transit camp, Hokowhitu

Transit camp, Hokowhitu

In October 1945 the urgent need to house returned servicemen's families and others in need of accommodation saw an intermediate camp of 10 temporary units (with 21 tenants) set up at the Showgrounds for six months. The next step was to build a longer-term transit camp based in Hokowhitu and the first families moved to the Hokowhitu site late 1945. The housing consisted of surplus buildings from the army camp. The transit camp finally closed in 1959.

Creator
Date
1957
Place
Centennial Drive, Hokowhitu, Palmerston North
 
Meeting to commemorate the dissolution of the Palmerston North City Council
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Meeting to commemorate the dissolution of the Palmerston North City Council

In 1989 there was a New Zealand wide reorganisation of Council boundaries. These Order and Agenda papers are for a Special Council meeting, being the final Council meeting to commemorate the abolition of the present Palmerston North City and the dissolution of the present Palmerston North City Council. Contains an extract of the Manawatu Daily Times, 18 July 1877 on the proclamation of Palmerston North to be a Borough, and a list of past Mayors and Councillors and Council Managers, from 1877 - 1989. ​

Creator
Date
October 12, 1989
Place
Palmerston North
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