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Photorama - August 1963

Photorama - August 1963

Manawatu Photorama was published between 1959 and 1964 by Frank Goldingham. It featured social occasions, sports events and city events and perfomances photographed both by Mr. Goldingham and contributing photographers.

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Manawatu and Horowhenua
 
Centrepoint Theatre poster

Centrepoint Theatre poster

"Hey Kids we are showing The World Premier of Tiger Rose or The Search for the Golden Treacle by Duncan Smith. Starring Prince Pimple from Pathetica and his horse Koromatua.....Princess Tiger Rose of the Manawatu and Sly Sir Hugh her horrible dad, Directed by Louise Tovrells. Tues..Sat 27 August - 7 September. 11am and 1pm. Kids $4. Adults $6. Phone 86983. Centrepoint Theatre." Part of a collection of posters that were displayed in the Public Library in the 1970s - 1980s.

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Palmerston North
 
Out in the Cold - Centrepoint Theatre poster

Out in the Cold - Centrepoint Theatre poster

"Out in the Cold by Greg (Foreskins Lament) McGee. Director David O'Donnell. August 23 - September 21. Music by Purple Siren. Centrepoint Theatre. Phone 89329." Part of a collection of posters that were displayed in the Public Library in the 1970s - 1980s.

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Palmerston North
 
Tomfoolery - Centrepoint Theatre poster

Tomfoolery - Centrepoint Theatre poster

" Centrepoint. Tomfoolery. By Tom Lehrer. In March '83." Part of a collection of posters that were displayed in the Public Library in the 1970s - 1980s.

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Palmerston North
 
The Hothouse - Centrepoint Theatre poster

The Hothouse - Centrepoint Theatre poster

"The Hothouse. By Harold Pinter. Centrepoint Theatre. February 27 - March 28." Part of a collection of posters that were displayed in the Public Library in the 1970s - 1980s.

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Palmerston North
 
Centrepoint Theatre poster

Centrepoint Theatre poster

"Foreskin's Lament by Greg McGee. 4 March to 5 April. Centrepoint Theatre." Part of a collection of posters that were displayed in the Public Library in the 1970s - 1980s.

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Palmerston North
 
Centrepoint Theatre poster

Centrepoint Theatre poster

"10 April - 3 May. Centrepoint Theatre presents Craig Thaine's Stagger. The premiere production of a new New Zealand play." Part of a collection of posters that were displayed in the Public Library in the 1970s - 1980s.

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Palmerston North
 
SWAPO speaker poster

SWAPO speaker poster

SWAPO Speaker, Sacky Namugongo, representing SWAPO [the South West African Peoples Organisation]. In New Zealand Sept. 5 - Oct. 6, 1982. He is in your area:- Monday 27 September 7.30pm, Square Edge. Published by HART: The New Zealand Antiapartheid Movement. PO Box 9204, Wellington'. Part of a collection of posters that were displayed in the Public Library in the 1970s - 1980s.

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Stop the 81' Tour' notice

Stop the 81' Tour' notice

Stop the 81' Tour. Q.E.C. Hall. 4th November. 8 p.m. Principal Speaker Mr. Sam Ramsamy, Chairman, South African Non-Racial Olympic Committee'. This poster relates to the 1981 Springboks rugby tour of New Zealand. There was considerable protest against the South African team playing throughout New Zealand. A game was held in Palmerston North. Part of a collection of posters that were displayed in the Public Library in the 1970s - 1980s.

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Rally Against the Tour notice

Rally Against the Tour notice

Rally Against the Tour. You are invited to join a peaceful rally of all residents of the Manawatu oposed to the Springbok tour. It is your responsibility to ensure that the Government acts to prevent the tour taking place. Post your letter at Lions Den (in Square opposite Post Office) Palmerston North between 7.00 - 7.30 p.m. Friday, 3 July. Manawatu against the Springbok tour Organising Committee. Supporting panel: Bishop Peter Cullinane, Canon David Penman, Robyn Leeming, Joe Walding, Rev Jim Cunningham, Rev Alan Newman, Waana Davis, Ephra Garrett, Professor Ivan Snook, Piri Sciascia, Norm Byrnes. Write to your nearest National Party M.P. He has a responsibility to act on your behalf to ensure the Springbok tour does not take place.' Also includes a sample letter to Mr Michael Cox, M. P. (Represented the Manawatu Electorate 1978 - 1987). Part of a collection of posters that were displayed in the Public Library in the 1970s - 1980s.

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Stop the 81' Tour' notice

Stop the 81' Tour' notice

Saturday 12 September. 1.30 March and Rally. Stop The '81 Tour. Fight apartheid. Assemble Amesbury St.' Part of a collection of posters that were displayed in the Public Library in the 1970s - 1980s.

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Centrepoint Theatre poster

Centrepoint Theatre poster

"Centrepoint Theatre Co. Murray Schisgal's comedy. Luv. Opening 15 August. Artwork by Guardian Newspaper." Part of a collection of posters that were displayed in the Public Library in the 1970s - 1980s.

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Palmerston North
 
Portrait of Harold Anderson

Portrait of Harold Anderson

Born, Harald Nilius Anderson in Oslo, Norway, 16 March 1869 - Harold Anderson settled in Palmerston North. He was joined by his sisters who worked with Harold at his photography and art business, Anderson Studios, in Main Street (opposite the then Railway Station). His sons later continued the business in Berrymans building on Broadway. He had ten children.

Harold travelled to the United States and attended art school in Chicago. He then visited Norway and Ireland before returning to Aotearoa.

Harold completed the drawings of Rangitāne rangatira, Te Peeti Te Awe Awe, that were sent to Italy, and on which the marble statue in Te Marae o Hine is modelled.

He died 4 April 1925 at 137 Scandia Street Palmerston North, now 429 Albert Street, although the old house is gone. Harold was buried in Terrace End Cemetery.

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Palmerston North
 
Freyberg High School drama poster

Freyberg High School drama poster

"The Spot. Centrepoint Two. 100 Broadway. Friday 8.30pm. Freyberg High School Presents 2 Black and White one act plays. 8th August." Part of a collection of posters that were displayed in the Public Library in the 1970s - 1980s.

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Palmerston North
 
Public Meeting notice

Public Meeting notice

Politics and You. Air your views on the issues. Lions Den. Thursday 26. 7.30 - 9.30.' Part of a collection of posters that were displayed in the Public Library in the 1970s - 1980s.

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Youth March pamphlet
Youth march pamphlet - insideYouth march pamphlet - back

Youth March pamphlet

A local pamphlet about a youth march from Te Hapua (Northland) to Wellington in 1981. It explains the aims of the march and the rights of youth, and ways to support the march locally.

A hand written addition says "Youth Rally 4th September Lion's Den. Square'.

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Palmerston North
 
Election discussion series poster

Election discussion series poster

"Vote 81. Lunch hour lecture - discussion series on election issues. Industry & Union 24 July, Dr Alan Williams Business Tudies Department. Health 1 July, Prof Graeme Fraser Sociology Department. Taxation 8 July, Ms Jan Whitwell Economics Department, Mr Frank Owen Business Studies Faculty. Welfare 15 July, Mr Michael O'Brien Social Work Unit. Education 22 July, Prof Ivan Snook Education Department. The NZ Political System 29 July, Dr Jack Vowles History Department. Rangitane Pavilion. Civic Complex The Square, Palmerston North. 12 Noon. Admission free. Social Science Extension Massey University. Bring Your Lunch." Part of a collection of posters that were displayed in the Public Library in the 1970s - 1980s.

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Re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine

Re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine

Images from the re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine on Saturday, 3 March, 1990. The following notes were written by City Archivist, Ian Matheson, around the time of the re-dedication. Background: Te Marae o Hine is that part of The Square on which stands the statue of Te Peeti Te Awe Awe and the City Council building. The name, The Courtyard of the Daughter of Peace was offered to Te Peeti Te Awe Awe one hundred and eleven years ago by Matene Te Whiwhi, Paramount Chief of Ngati Raukawa in memory of his ancestress, Rongorito, a famous peacemaker who lived in Waikato thirteen generations ago. Te Peeti Te Awe Awe received the name and offered it to the first Mayor of Palmerston North, George Snelson in the hope that there would be peace between all citizens of Palmerston North. 1990: The City of Palmerston North has commissioned a set of 9 great carvings to be placed in that part of The Square called Te Marae o Hine to form a gathering place for all people. The people of Rangitāne, tangata whenua of this area have imbued these taonga with their mana. They stand as a memorial to Rongorito and a tribute to the vision of Te Peeti Te Awe Awe, Matene Te Whiwhi and George Snelson.

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Te Marae o Hine
 
Re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine

Re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine

Images from the re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine on Saturday, 3 March, 1990. The following notes were written by City Archivist, Ian Matheson, around the time of the re-dedication. Background: Te Marae o Hine is that part of The Square on which stands the statue of Te Peeti Te Awe Awe and the City Council building. The name, The Courtyard of the Daughter of Peace was offered to Te Peeti Te Awe Awe one hundred and eleven years ago by Matene Te Whiwhi, Paramount Chief of Ngati Raukawa in memory of his ancestress, Rongorito, a famous peacemaker who lived in Waikato thirteen generations ago. Te Peeti Te Awe Awe received the name and offered it to the first Mayor of Palmerston North, George Snelson in the hope that there would be peace between all citizens of Palmerston North. 1990: The City of Palmerston North has commissioned a set of 9 great carvings to be placed in that part of The Square called Te Marae o Hine to form a gathering place for all people. The people of Rangitāne, tangata whenua of this area have imbued these taonga with their mana. They stand as a memorial to Rongorito and a tribute to the vision of Te Peeti Te Awe Awe, Matene Te Whiwhi and George Snelson.

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Te Marae o Hine
 
Re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine

Re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine

Images from the re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine on Saturday, 3 March, 1990. The following notes were written by City Archivist, Ian Matheson, around the time of the re-dedication. Background: Te Marae o Hine is that part of The Square on which stands the statue of Te Peeti Te Awe Awe and the City Council building. The name, The Courtyard of the Daughter of Peace was offered to Te Peeti Te Awe Awe one hundred and eleven years ago by Matene Te Whiwhi, Paramount Chief of Ngati Raukawa in memory of his ancestress, Rongorito, a famous peacemaker who lived in Waikato thirteen generations ago. Te Peeti Te Awe Awe received the name and offered it to the first Mayor of Palmerston North, George Snelson in the hope that there would be peace between all citizens of Palmerston North. 1990: The City of Palmerston North has commissioned a set of 9 great carvings to be placed in that part of The Square called Te Marae o Hine to form a gathering place for all people. The people of Rangitāne, tangata whenua of this area have imbued these taonga with their mana. They stand as a memorial to Rongorito and a tribute to the vision of Te Peeti Te Awe Awe, Matene Te Whiwhi and George Snelson.

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Te Marae o Hine
 
Re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine

Re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine

Images from the re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine on Saturday, 3 March, 1990. The following notes were written by City Archivist, Ian Matheson, around the time of the re-dedication. Background: Te Marae o Hine is that part of The Square on which stands the statue of Te Peeti Te Awe Awe and the City Council building. The name, The Courtyard of the Daughter of Peace was offered to Te Peeti Te Awe Awe one hundred and eleven years ago by Matene Te Whiwhi, Paramount Chief of Ngati Raukawa in memory of his ancestress, Rongorito, a famous peacemaker who lived in Waikato thirteen generations ago. Te Peeti Te Awe Awe received the name and offered it to the first Mayor of Palmerston North, George Snelson in the hope that there would be peace between all citizens of Palmerston North. 1990: The City of Palmerston North has commissioned a set of 9 great carvings to be placed in that part of The Square called Te Marae o Hine to form a gathering place for all people. The people of Rangitāne, tangata whenua of this area have imbued these taonga with their mana. They stand as a memorial to Rongorito and a tribute to the vision of Te Peeti Te Awe Awe, Matene Te Whiwhi and George Snelson.

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Te Marae o Hine
 
Re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine

Re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine

Images from the re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine on Saturday, 3 March, 1990. The following notes were written by City Archivist, Ian Matheson, around the time of the re-dedication. Background: Te Marae o Hine is that part of The Square on which stands the statue of Te Peeti Te Awe Awe and the City Council building. The name, The Courtyard of the Daughter of Peace was offered to Te Peeti Te Awe Awe one hundred and eleven years ago by Matene Te Whiwhi, Paramount Chief of Ngati Raukawa in memory of his ancestress, Rongorito, a famous peacemaker who lived in Waikato thirteen generations ago. Te Peeti Te Awe Awe received the name and offered it to the first Mayor of Palmerston North, George Snelson in the hope that there would be peace between all citizens of Palmerston North. 1990: The City of Palmerston North has commissioned a set of 9 great carvings to be placed in that part of The Square called Te Marae o Hine to form a gathering place for all people. The people of Rangitāne, tangata whenua of this area have imbued these taonga with their mana. They stand as a memorial to Rongorito and a tribute to the vision of Te Peeti Te Awe Awe, Matene Te Whiwhi and George Snelson.

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Te Marae o Hine
 
Re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine

Re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine

Images from the re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine on Saturday, 3 March, 1990. The following notes were written by City Archivist, Ian Matheson, around the time of the re-dedication. Background: Te Marae o Hine is that part of The Square on which stands the statue of Te Peeti Te Awe Awe and the City Council building. The name, The Courtyard of the Daughter of Peace was offered to Te Peeti Te Awe Awe one hundred and eleven years ago by Matene Te Whiwhi, Paramount Chief of Ngati Raukawa in memory of his ancestress, Rongorito, a famous peacemaker who lived in Waikato thirteen generations ago. Te Peeti Te Awe Awe received the name and offered it to the first Mayor of Palmerston North, George Snelson in the hope that there would be peace between all citizens of Palmerston North. 1990: The City of Palmerston North has commissioned a set of 9 great carvings to be placed in that part of The Square called Te Marae o Hine to form a gathering place for all people. The people of Rangitāne, tangata whenua of this area have imbued these taonga with their mana. They stand as a memorial to Rongorito and a tribute to the vision of Te Peeti Te Awe Awe, Matene Te Whiwhi and George Snelson.

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Te Marae o Hine
 
Re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine

Re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine

Images from the re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine on Saturday, 3 March, 1990. The following notes were written by City Archivist, Ian Matheson, around the time of the re-dedication. Background: Te Marae o Hine is that part of The Square on which stands the statue of Te Peeti Te Awe Awe and the City Council building. The name, The Courtyard of the Daughter of Peace was offered to Te Peeti Te Awe Awe one hundred and eleven years ago by Matene Te Whiwhi, Paramount Chief of Ngati Raukawa in memory of his ancestress, Rongorito, a famous peacemaker who lived in Waikato thirteen generations ago. Te Peeti Te Awe Awe received the name and offered it to the first Mayor of Palmerston North, George Snelson in the hope that there would be peace between all citizens of Palmerston North. 1990: The City of Palmerston North has commissioned a set of 9 great carvings to be placed in that part of The Square called Te Marae o Hine to form a gathering place for all people. The people of Rangitāne, tangata whenua of this area have imbued these taonga with their mana. They stand as a memorial to Rongorito and a tribute to the vision of Te Peeti Te Awe Awe, Matene Te Whiwhi and George Snelson.

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Te Marae o Hine
 
Re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine

Re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine

Images from the re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine on Saturday, 3 March, 1990. The following notes were written by City Archivist, Ian Matheson, around the time of the re-dedication. Background: Te Marae o Hine is that part of The Square on which stands the statue of Te Peeti Te Awe Awe and the City Council building. The name, The Courtyard of the Daughter of Peace was offered to Te Peeti Te Awe Awe one hundred and eleven years ago by Matene Te Whiwhi, Paramount Chief of Ngati Raukawa in memory of his ancestress, Rongorito, a famous peacemaker who lived in Waikato thirteen generations ago. Te Peeti Te Awe Awe received the name and offered it to the first Mayor of Palmerston North, George Snelson in the hope that there would be peace between all citizens of Palmerston North. 1990: The City of Palmerston North has commissioned a set of 9 great carvings to be placed in that part of The Square called Te Marae o Hine to form a gathering place for all people. The people of Rangitāne, tangata whenua of this area have imbued these taonga with their mana. They stand as a memorial to Rongorito and a tribute to the vision of Te Peeti Te Awe Awe, Matene Te Whiwhi and George Snelson.

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Te Marae o Hine
 
Re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine

Re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine

Images from the re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine on Saturday, 3 March, 1990. The following notes were written by City Archivist, Ian Matheson, around the time of the re-dedication. Background: Te Marae o Hine is that part of The Square on which stands the statue of Te Peeti Te Awe Awe and the City Council building. The name, The Courtyard of the Daughter of Peace was offered to Te Peeti Te Awe Awe one hundred and eleven years ago by Matene Te Whiwhi, Paramount Chief of Ngati Raukawa in memory of his ancestress, Rongorito, a famous peacemaker who lived in Waikato thirteen generations ago. Te Peeti Te Awe Awe received the name and offered it to the first Mayor of Palmerston North, George Snelson in the hope that there would be peace between all citizens of Palmerston North. 1990: The City of Palmerston North has commissioned a set of 9 great carvings to be placed in that part of The Square called Te Marae o Hine to form a gathering place for all people. The people of Rangitāne, tangata whenua of this area have imbued these taonga with their mana. They stand as a memorial to Rongorito and a tribute to the vision of Te Peeti Te Awe Awe, Matene Te Whiwhi and George Snelson.

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Te Marae o Hine
 
Re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine

Re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine

Images from the re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine on Saturday, 3 March, 1990. The following notes were written by City Archivist, Ian Matheson, around the time of the re-dedication. Background: Te Marae o Hine is that part of The Square on which stands the statue of Te Peeti Te Awe Awe and the City Council building. The name, The Courtyard of the Daughter of Peace was offered to Te Peeti Te Awe Awe one hundred and eleven years ago by Matene Te Whiwhi, Paramount Chief of Ngati Raukawa in memory of his ancestress, Rongorito, a famous peacemaker who lived in Waikato thirteen generations ago. Te Peeti Te Awe Awe received the name and offered it to the first Mayor of Palmerston North, George Snelson in the hope that there would be peace between all citizens of Palmerston North. 1990: The City of Palmerston North has commissioned a set of 9 great carvings to be placed in that part of The Square called Te Marae o Hine to form a gathering place for all people. The people of Rangitāne, tangata whenua of this area have imbued these taonga with their mana. They stand as a memorial to Rongorito and a tribute to the vision of Te Peeti Te Awe Awe, Matene Te Whiwhi and George Snelson.

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Te Marae o Hine
 
A Project to Rehabilitate the Esplanade Bush, Palmerston North 1
A Project to Rehabilitate the Esplanade Bush, Palmerston North 2A Project to Rehabilitate the Esplanade Bush, Palmerston North 3A Project to Rehabilitate the Esplanade Bush, Palmerston North 4A Project to Rehabilitate the Esplanade Bush, Palmerston North 5A Project to Rehabilitate the Esplanade Bush, Palmerston North 6A Project to Rehabilitate the Esplanade Bush, Palmerston North 7

A Project to Rehabilitate the Esplanade Bush, Palmerston North

This booklet was created by the Manawatu Section of Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society in 1972. It contains relevant information, newspaper clippings and photographs about the rehabilitation project as well as a potted history of the area.

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Re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine

Re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine

Images from the re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine on Saturday, 3 March, 1990. The following notes were written by City Archivist, Ian Matheson, around the time of the re-dedication. Background: Te Marae o Hine is that part of The Square on which stands the statue of Te Peeti Te Awe Awe and the City Council building. The name, The Courtyard of the Daughter of Peace was offered to Te Peeti Te Awe Awe one hundred and eleven years ago by Matene Te Whiwhi, Paramount Chief of Ngati Raukawa in memory of his ancestress, Rongorito, a famous peacemaker who lived in Waikato thirteen generations ago. Te Peeti Te Awe Awe received the name and offered it to the first Mayor of Palmerston North, George Snelson in the hope that there would be peace between all citizens of Palmerston North. 1990: The City of Palmerston North has commissioned a set of 9 great carvings to be placed in that part of The Square called Te Marae o Hine to form a gathering place for all people. The people of Rangitāne, tangata whenua of this area have imbued these taonga with their mana. They stand as a memorial to Rongorito and a tribute to the vision of Te Peeti Te Awe Awe, Matene Te Whiwhi and George Snelson.

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Te Marae o Hine
 
Re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine

Re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine

Images from the re-dedication of Te Marae o Hine on Saturday, 3 March, 1990. The following notes were written by City Archivist, Ian Matheson, around the time of the re-dedication. Background: Te Marae o Hine is that part of The Square on which stands the statue of Te Peeti Te Awe Awe and the City Council building. The name, The Courtyard of the Daughter of Peace was offered to Te Peeti Te Awe Awe one hundred and eleven years ago by Matene Te Whiwhi, Paramount Chief of Ngati Raukawa in memory of his ancestress, Rongorito, a famous peacemaker who lived in Waikato thirteen generations ago. Te Peeti Te Awe Awe received the name and offered it to the first Mayor of Palmerston North, George Snelson in the hope that there would be peace between all citizens of Palmerston North. 1990: The City of Palmerston North has commissioned a set of 9 great carvings to be placed in that part of The Square called Te Marae o Hine to form a gathering place for all people. The people of Rangitāne, tangata whenua of this area have imbued these taonga with their mana. They stand as a memorial to Rongorito and a tribute to the vision of Te Peeti Te Awe Awe, Matene Te Whiwhi and George Snelson.

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Te Marae o Hine
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