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Palmerston North from Lookout at ANZAC Park

Palmerston North from Lookout at ANZAC Park

A view of Palmerston North from the carpark of ANZAC Park. ANZAC Park is situated across the Manawatu River from Palmerston North. In 1964-1965 the area was developed to include a car park, lookout point and picnic spot, and an observatory built there in 1971.

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Date
February 28, 1965
 
Palmerston North from ANZAC Park Carpark

Palmerston North from ANZAC Park Carpark

A view of Palmerston North from the carpark of ANZAC Park. ANZAC Park is situated across the Manawatu River from Palmerston North. In 1964-1965 the area was developed to include a car park, lookout point and picnic spot, and an observatory built there in 1971.

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Date
December 18, 1968
 
"Boys' High School ANZAC Service"

"Boys' High School ANZAC Service"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 27 April 1961 "The official party at the Palmerston North Boys' High School ANZAC service is seen before entering the hall. They are (from the left): The rector (Mr. E.S. Craven), The Rev. J.E.B. Clegg, Mr. W.E. Norris (president of the Parents' Association), Mr. D.G. Sinclair, S.M., Mr. H.W. Kerr (a former teacher), Mrs. E.S. Craven, and Mrs. W.E. Norris."

 
Manawatu River from ANZAC Park

Manawatu River from ANZAC Park

A view of Palmerston North from the carpark of ANZAC Park. ANZAC Park is situated across the Manawatu River from Palmerston North. In 1964-1965 the area was developed to include a car park, lookout point and picnic spot, and an observatory built there in 1971. This view looks towards the Manawatu River.

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Date
November 24, 1965
 
Selwyn Motors Parts Department

Selwyn Motors Parts Department

Staff in front of the Selwyn Motor Ltd store. Selwyn Motors Ltd were Ford motor dealers in Cuba Street and Rangitikei Street (pictured). Hamish McKenzie, possibly the parts department manager, is second from the right. This slide was taken by the staff member seen in 2015S\_2010-26\_012363 - she is visible in the reflection on the shop window.

 
Unidentified Steamer Ship - possibly the Maheno

Unidentified Steamer Ship - possibly the Maheno

This photograph was created by William James Young in the early 20th century. A large variety of subjects are depicted in the collection, but family, rural life and travel are the most prominent themes. The exact location of the photographs in the Young Collection is unknown, but W J Young lived on a farm in Mt Stewart, Rangitikei, and some of the photographs include his house. The Young family were apparently avid travellers and photographs later in the collection feature scenes from Rotorua, Auckland, Whanganui, as well as other unidentified locations. The portraits are all unidentified, but are presumably of members of the Young family. The photographers parents were George Henry (b 1833) and Jane McDowell (b 1842, d 1916). They came to New Zealand in 1877. The same year, they bought the home farm on Mt Stewart and called it Kilrudden after Kilrudden House, the home of the McDowell family in Ireland. The couple had four children: Ann (b 1873), Margaret (b 1876), John (b 1878) and William James (b 1880). William James married Mary Elizabeth Thompson and they had four children: Doris (b 1914, d 1989), George (b 1916, d 1991), Royden McDowell (b 1925, d 1992) and Noel William (b 1927, d 2013).

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Date
1900 to 1932
 
"Flowers For Our Dead" Wreaths for ANZAC Day

"Flowers For Our Dead" Wreaths for ANZAC Day

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 24 April 1963 "Many florists in the city are very busy preparing wreaths for tomorrow, ANZAC Day, for those soldiers who lost their lives. Here Mrs. A.G. Tremaine, a very keen florist for some 20 years past, is seen preparing wreaths for the R.S.A."

 
Palmerston North War Memorial, the Square

Palmerston North War Memorial, the Square

A war memorial to commemorate local soldiers who died in World War One was erected in the centre of The Square, Palmerston North, in 1926. The figure that sits atop the memorial was based on a similar one in Folkstone, England. Today it also commemorates those who died in World War Two, and the Korean and Vietman Wars.

 
Palmerston North War Memorial, The Square

Palmerston North War Memorial, The Square

A war memorial to commemorate local soldiers who died in World War One was erected in the centre of The Square, Palmerston North, in 1926. The figure that sits atop the memorial was based on a similar one in Folkstone, England. Today it also commemorates those who died in World War Two, and the Korean and Vietman Wars.

 
"ANZAC Wreath Laying Ceremony at the Cenotaph"

"ANZAC Wreath Laying Ceremony at the Cenotaph"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 26 April 1963 "Representatives of many service and civil organizations were present at the Cenotaph yesterday to lay wreaths in commemoration of ANZAC Day. Many people slowly filed past the wreaths at the conclusion of the ceremony."

 
Anzac Park

Anzac Park

The paved clearing is the Anzac Park parking lot. The square two-storey building in the left side of the image is the golf club clubhouse.

 
"Floral Tribute to the Honoured Dead" - ANZAC

"Floral Tribute to the Honoured Dead" - ANZAC

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 26 April 1958, page 8: "A section of the representatives of various organisations who paid tribute to the fallen during the wreath-laying ceremony at the War Memorial yesterday. Extreme left is Mr. P. Kelliher and Mrs. M. Tulloch from the Catholic Services Association."

Creator
Date
April 26, 1958
 
"Lest We Forget" - ANZAC

"Lest We Forget" - ANZAC

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 24 April 1958, page 12: "The pupils of the Palmerston North Girl's High School standing to attention as they raised their voices in memory of those gallant forces who did so much for the free world."

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Date
April 24, 1958
 
Young Woman Seated Amongst Trees

Young Woman Seated Amongst Trees

This photograph was created by William James Young in the early 20th century. A large variety of subjects are depicted in the collection, but family, rural life and travel are the most prominent themes. The exact location of the photographs in the Young Collection is unknown, but W J Young lived on a farm in Mt Stewart, Rangitikei, and some of the photographs include his house. The Young family were apparently avid travellers and photographs later in the collection feature scenes from Rotorua, Auckland, Whanganui, as well as other unidentified locations. The portraits are all unidentified, but are presumably of members of the Young family. The photographers parents were George Henry (b 1833) and Jane McDowell (b 1842, d 1916). They came to New Zealand in 1877. The same year, they bought the home farm on Mt Stewart and called it Kilrudden after Kilrudden House, the home of the McDowell family in Ireland. The couple had four children: Ann (b 1873), Margaret (b 1876), John (b 1878) and William James (b 1880). William James married Mary Elizabeth Thompson and they had four children: Doris (b 1914, d 1989), George (b 1916, d 1991), Royden McDowell (b 1925, d 1992) and Noel William (b 1927, d 2013).

Creator
Date
1900 to 1932
 
Woman in Gingham Dress

Woman in Gingham Dress

This photograph was created by William James Young in the early 20th century. A large variety of subjects are depicted in the collection, but family, rural life and travel are the most prominent themes. The exact location of the photographs in the Young Collection is unknown, but W J Young lived on a farm in Mt Stewart, Rangitikei, and some of the photographs include his house. The Young family were apparently avid travellers and photographs later in the collection feature scenes from Rotorua, Auckland, Whanganui, as well as other unidentified locations. The portraits are all unidentified, but are presumably of members of the Young family. The photographers parents were George Henry (b 1833) and Jane McDowell (b 1842, d 1916). They came to New Zealand in 1877. The same year, they bought the home farm on Mt Stewart and called it Kilrudden after Kilrudden House, the home of the McDowell family in Ireland. The couple had four children: Ann (b 1873), Margaret (b 1876), John (b 1878) and William James (b 1880). William James married Mary Elizabeth Thompson and they had four children: Doris (b 1914, d 1989), George (b 1916, d 1991), Royden McDowell (b 1925, d 1992) and Noel William (b 1927, d 2013).

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Date
1900 to 1932
 
Fancy Dress Party, Craven School for Girls

Fancy Dress Party, Craven School for Girls

Mrs Playford (nee Lorna Monckton) was a pupil of Craven School from 1898 until 1906 (see The Colonial One: Loran Monckton of Newstead, 1975). Mrs Playford supplied the following identifications of the girls in this photograph: Back Row (L to R) Ethel (Gisborne), Annie Dalrymple (Bulls), Nina Riddiford (Marton), Mary Harding (Mount Vernon, Hawkes Bay), Thanna Prices (Hawkes Bay), Heni Woodbine-Johnson (Gisborne niece of Lady Pomare), Dora White (Hawkes Bay). Second Row (L to R) Rita Kebbell (Pahiatua), Violet Russell (Hawks Bay, daughter of Sir William Russell), Ruth Hewitt (Fitzherbert), Connie Dalrymple (Bulls), Belle Robinson (Taikorea – now Mrs Glenn), Lorna Monckton (Featherston now Mrs Playford). Front Row (L to R) Winifred Clarke (Hawkes Bay), May Woodbine-Johnson (Gisborne – sister of Heni), Heta Cargill (Hawkes Bay – niece of Miss Anna Fraser of Craven School), Flora Kebbell, Marjorie Russell (sister of Violet), Laura Harding (Hawkes Bay) .

 
Woman in Fancy Dress

Woman in Fancy Dress

This photograph was created by William James Young in the early 20th century. A large variety of subjects are depicted in the collection, but family, rural life and travel are the most prominent themes. The exact location of the photographs in the Young Collection is unknown, but W J Young lived on a farm in Mt Stewart, Rangitikei, and some of the photographs include his house. The Young family were apparently avid travellers and photographs later in the collection feature scenes from Rotorua, Auckland, Whanganui, as well as other unidentified locations. The portraits are all unidentified, but are presumably of members of the Young family. The photographers parents were George Henry (b 1833) and Jane McDowell (b 1842, d 1916). They came to New Zealand in 1877. The same year, they bought the home farm on Mt Stewart and called it Kilrudden after Kilrudden House, the home of the McDowell family in Ireland. The couple had four children: Ann (b 1873), Margaret (b 1876), John (b 1878) and William James (b 1880). William James married Mary Elizabeth Thompson and they had four children: Doris (b 1914, d 1989), George (b 1916, d 1991), Royden McDowell (b 1925, d 1992) and Noel William (b 1927, d 2013).

Creator
Date
1900 to 1932
 
Woman in Field

Woman in Field

This photograph was created by William James Young in the early 20th century. A large variety of subjects are depicted in the collection, but family, rural life and travel are the most prominent themes. The exact location of the photographs in the Young Collection is unknown, but W J Young lived on a farm in Mt Stewart, Rangitikei, and some of the photographs include his house. The Young family were apparently avid travellers and photographs later in the collection feature scenes from Rotorua, Auckland, Whanganui, as well as other unidentified locations. The portraits are all unidentified, but are presumably of members of the Young family. The photographers parents were George Henry (b 1833) and Jane McDowell (b 1842, d 1916). They came to New Zealand in 1877. The same year, they bought the home farm on Mt Stewart and called it Kilrudden after Kilrudden House, the home of the McDowell family in Ireland. The couple had four children: Ann (b 1873), Margaret (b 1876), John (b 1878) and William James (b 1880). William James married Mary Elizabeth Thompson and they had four children: Doris (b 1914, d 1989), George (b 1916, d 1991), Royden McDowell (b 1925, d 1992) and Noel William (b 1927, d 2013).

Creator
Date
1900 to 1932
 
Woman Reading in Field

Woman Reading in Field

This photograph was created by William James Young in the early 20th century. A large variety of subjects are depicted in the collection, but family, rural life and travel are the most prominent themes. The exact location of the photographs in the Young Collection is unknown, but W J Young lived on a farm in Mt Stewart, Rangitikei, and some of the photographs include his house. The Young family were apparently avid travellers and photographs later in the collection feature scenes from Rotorua, Auckland, Whanganui, as well as other unidentified locations. The portraits are all unidentified, but are presumably of members of the Young family. The photographers parents were George Henry (b 1833) and Jane McDowell (b 1842, d 1916). They came to New Zealand in 1877. The same year, they bought the home farm on Mt Stewart and called it Kilrudden after Kilrudden House, the home of the McDowell family in Ireland. The couple had four children: Ann (b 1873), Margaret (b 1876), John (b 1878) and William James (b 1880). William James married Mary Elizabeth Thompson and they had four children: Doris (b 1914, d 1989), George (b 1916, d 1991), Royden McDowell (b 1925, d 1992) and Noel William (b 1927, d 2013).

Creator
Date
1900 to 1932
 
"Comments on Industries Fair" J. Welleans

"Comments on Industries Fair" J. Welleans

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 10 May 1961 ""The Fair was alright I suppose" according to J. Welleans who appears to be enjoying one of the latest types of ice-cream which is sold there."

Creator
Date
May 10, 1961
 
Portrait of Woman and Dog

Portrait of Woman and Dog

This photograph was created by William James Young in the early 20th century. A large variety of subjects are depicted in the collection, but family, rural life and travel are the most prominent themes. The exact location of the photographs in the Young Collection is unknown, but W J Young lived on a farm in Mt Stewart, Rangitikei, and some of the photographs include his house. The Young family were apparently avid travellers and photographs later in the collection feature scenes from Rotorua, Auckland, Whanganui, as well as other unidentified locations. The portraits are all unidentified, but are presumably of members of the Young family. The photographers parents were George Henry (b 1833) and Jane McDowell (b 1842, d 1916). They came to New Zealand in 1877. The same year, they bought the home farm on Mt Stewart and called it Kilrudden after Kilrudden House, the home of the McDowell family in Ireland. The couple had four children: Ann (b 1873), Margaret (b 1876), John (b 1878) and William James (b 1880). William James married Mary Elizabeth Thompson and they had four children: Doris (b 1914, d 1989), George (b 1916, d 1991), Royden McDowell (b 1925, d 1992) and Noel William (b 1927, d 2013).

Creator
Date
1900 to 1932
 
Unidentified Woman with Bicycle

Unidentified Woman with Bicycle

This image comes from a collection of glass negatives found in the attic of a Palmerston North home. The people in the images are possibly the Lovelock family, but their identities have not been confirmed.

Creator
Date
1890 to 1910
 
Woman on Rocking Chair

Woman on Rocking Chair

This photograph was created by William James Young in the early 20th century. A large variety of subjects are depicted in the collection, but family, rural life and travel are the most prominent themes. The exact location of the photographs in the Young Collection is unknown, but W J Young lived on a farm in Mt Stewart, Rangitikei, and some of the photographs include his house. The Young family were apparently avid travellers and photographs later in the collection feature scenes from Rotorua, Auckland, Whanganui, as well as other unidentified locations. The portraits are all unidentified, but are presumably of members of the Young family. The photographers parents were George Henry (b 1833) and Jane McDowell (b 1842, d 1916). They came to New Zealand in 1877. The same year, they bought the home farm on Mt Stewart and called it Kilrudden after Kilrudden House, the home of the McDowell family in Ireland. The couple had four children: Ann (b 1873), Margaret (b 1876), John (b 1878) and William James (b 1880). William James married Mary Elizabeth Thompson and they had four children: Doris (b 1914, d 1989), George (b 1916, d 1991), Royden McDowell (b 1925, d 1992) and Noel William (b 1927, d 2013).

Creator
Date
1900 to 1932
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