A group of unidentified early settlers in Palmerston North.
The Returned Servicemen’s Association of Palmerston North bought the former 'Times' newspaper building on Broadway Avenue in 1965. Renovations resulted in three shops, RSA offices, a lounge, billiard room and a dance/ reception hall. It was opened as the RSA’s new clubrooms in December 1966. The Palmerston North City Council bought their former building on the corner of Cuba and George Street.
The Manawatū Chinese Association taking part in a parade as part of the eight day long series of events celebrating Palmerston North's 75th Jubilee.
The Orient Lodge of the International Order of Odd Fellows has been operating in Palmerston North since circa 1885. The lodge was located at 412-414 Church Street until the late 1990s. It is likely that the embroidery and regalia was made by Robêrt Embroideries.