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Avenue Action - Graeme Liggins with tree plaque

Avenue Action - Graeme Liggins with tree plaque

Activist Graeme Liggins standing in front of a tree plaque on Fitzherbert Avenue. Avenue Action was formed in protest against the Palmerston North City Council removal of trees in Fitzherbert Avenue. This was to allow for four lanes of traffic as an engineering solution to cross-river transportation problems in 1997.

 
Letter home from training, during WWI
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Letter home from training, during WWI

Pat (Percival) Argyle (1890-1915) was the son of Henry and Alice Argyle of Bunnythorpe. This letter is from Pat to his younger brother, Hector, from the Trentham Military Training Camp, where they are training before departure overseas. The letter tells about what life is like for them. Pat enlisted with his brother Len, and served in World War One. Both Pat and Len died at Chunuk Bair in 1915.

 
Letter from Gallipoli during WWI
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Letter from Gallipoli during WWI

Pat (Percival) Argyle (1890-1915) was the son of Henry and Alice Argyle of Bunnythorpe. This letter is from Pat to his younger brother, Hector, from Gallipoli. The letter tells about what life is like for them. Pat enlisted with his brother Len, and served in World War One. Both Pat and Len died at Chunuk Bair in 1915.

 
Letter home from training, during WWI
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Letter home from training, during WWI

Pat (Percival) Argyle (1890-1915) was the son of Henry and Alice Argyle of Bunnythorpe. This letter is from Pat to his younger brothers Hector and Leslie, from Trentham Army training camp during WWI. The letter tells of the training and expected departure. Pat enlisted with his brother Len, and served in World War One. Both Pat and Len died at Chunuk Bair in 1915.

 
Letter home from Pat Argyle
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Letter home from Pat Argyle

Pat (Percival) Argyle (1890-1915) was the son of Henry and Alice Argyle of Bunnythorpe. At the time of this letter he was working with the railways in Wellington. This letter is to his mother, mainly talking about other family members (including Doris his sister). Pat enlisted and served in World War One. He died at Chunuk Bair in 1915.

 
Avenue Action Plaque Donation

Avenue Action Plaque Donation

Members of Avenue Action presenting a tree plaque to City Archivist, Ian Matheson. L-R: Marilyn Bulloch, Ian Matheson, Dianne Haist and Graeme Liggins. Avenue Action was formed in protest against the Palmerston North City Council removal of trees in Fitzherbert Avenue. This was to allow for four lanes of traffic as an engineering solution to cross-river transportation problems in 1997.

 
Avenue Action - Pam Corkery with Graeme Liggins

Avenue Action - Pam Corkery with Graeme Liggins

Broadcaster and journalist Pam Corkery (L) with activist Graeme Liggins (R) during the Avenue Action protests. Avenue Action was formed in protest against the Palmerston North City Council removal of trees in Fitzherbert Avenue. This was to allow for four lanes of traffic as an engineering solution to cross-river transportation problems in 1997.

 
Avenue Action protestor with placard

Avenue Action protestor with placard

Avenue Action was formed in protest against the Palmerston North City Council removal of trees in Fitzherbert Avenue. This was to allow for four lanes of traffic as an engineering solution to cross-river transportation problems in 1997. ​

 
Avenue Action - tree stumps

Avenue Action - tree stumps

Avenue Action was formed in protest against the Palmerston North City Council removal of trees in Fitzherbert Avenue. This was to allow for four lanes of traffic as an engineering solution to cross-river transportation problems in 1997.

 
Avenue Action - tree stumps

Avenue Action - tree stumps

Avenue Action was formed in protest against the Palmerston North City Council removal of trees in Fitzherbert Avenue. This was to allow for four lanes of traffic as an engineering solution to cross-river transportation problems in 1997.

 
Avenue Action protestors

Avenue Action protestors

Avenue Action was formed in protest against the Palmerston North City Council removal of trees in Fitzherbert Avenue. This was to allow for four lanes of traffic as an engineering solution to cross-river transportation problems in 1997.

 
Avenue Action protestors

Avenue Action protestors

Avenue Action was formed in protest against the Palmerston North City Council removal of trees in Fitzherbert Avenue. This was to allow for four lanes of traffic as an engineering solution to cross-river transportation problems in 1997.

 
Avenue Action protestors

Avenue Action protestors

Avenue Action was formed in protest against the Palmerston North City Council removal of trees in Fitzherbert Avenue. This was to allow for four lanes of traffic as an engineering solution to cross-river transportation problems in 1997.

 
Avenue Action protestors

Avenue Action protestors

Avenue Action was formed in protest against the Palmerston North City Council removal of trees in Fitzherbert Avenue. This was to allow for four lanes of traffic as an engineering solution to cross-river transportation problems in 1997.

 
Avenue Action protestor with placard

Avenue Action protestor with placard

Avenue Action was formed in protest against the Palmerston North City Council removal of trees in Fitzherbert Avenue. This was to allow for four lanes of traffic as an engineering solution to cross-river transportation problems in 1997.

 
Avenue Action protestor in tree

Avenue Action protestor in tree

Avenue Action was formed in protest against the Palmerston North City Council removal of trees in Fitzherbert Avenue. This was to allow for four lanes of traffic as an engineering solution to cross-river transportation problems in 1997. ​

 
Avenue Action protestors

Avenue Action protestors

Avenue Action was formed in protest against the Palmerston North City Council removal of trees in Fitzherbert Avenue. This was to allow for four lanes of traffic as an engineering solution to cross-river transportation problems in 1997.

 
Avenue Action protestor in tree

Avenue Action protestor in tree

Avenue Action was formed in protest against the Palmerston North City Council removal of trees in Fitzherbert Avenue. This was to allow for four lanes of traffic as an engineering solution to cross-river transportation problems in 1997.

 
Avenue Action protests

Avenue Action protests

Avenue Action was formed in protest against the Palmerston North City Council removal of trees in Fitzherbert Avenue. This was to allow for four lanes of traffic as an engineering solution to cross-river transportation problems in 1997.

 
Drawings of two Maori carved figures

Drawings of two Maori carved figures

Drawings of two Maori carvings. There are also some faint pencil markings that may indicate that this drawing was not completed. The drawings are in pencil, ink and water colour. Drawn on paper measuring 20.5 x 13 cm. While the artist is unknown, they were gifted to the donor by the son of J. T. Stewart, Government Surveyor.

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