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Governor General, Lieutenant-General Sir Bernard Cyril Freyberg,  with Mr A E Mansford, Mayor of Palmerston North

Governor General, Lieutenant-General Sir Bernard Cyril Freyberg, with Mr A E Mansford, Mayor of Palmerston North

The Governor General of New Zealand, Sir Bernard Freyberg with Mr A E Mansford, Mayor of Palmerston North, at the opening of an exhibition of art works gifted to New Zealand. The gifts were sent to the Polish Army League, based in Palmerston North, by the soldiers of the Carpathian Division in Italy. They were made by Polish soldiers to give to New Zealand as an expression of their heartfelt gratitude for New Zealand's treatment of the Polish children refugees and appreciation of the great friendship shown to the soldiers through the sending of correspondence and parcels, during World War Two. The exhibition was held at the C M Ross department store (now the Palmerston North Central Library).

 
Governor General, Lieutenant-General Sir Bernard Cyril Freyberg and Lady Freyberg, with Mrs A Mansford

Governor General, Lieutenant-General Sir Bernard Cyril Freyberg and Lady Freyberg, with Mrs A Mansford

The Governor General of New Zealand, Lady Freyberg and Mrs A Mansford, Mayoress of Palmerston North at the opening of an exhibition of art works gifted to New Zealand. The exhibition was held at the C M Ross department store (now the Palmerston North Central Library). The gifts went sent to the Polish Army League, based in Palmerston North, by the soldiers of the 3rd Carpathian Division. They were made by Polish soldiers to give to New Zealand as an expression of their heartfelt gratitude for New Zealand's treatment of the Polish children refugees and appreciation of the great friendship shown to the soldiers through the sending of correspondence and parcels, during World War Two.

 
Governor General, Lieutenant-General Sir Bernard Cyril Freyberg, at opening of exhibition of gifts from Polish soldiers

Governor General, Lieutenant-General Sir Bernard Cyril Freyberg, at opening of exhibition of gifts from Polish soldiers

The Governor General of New Zealand, Sir Bernard Freyberg talking with the Polish Consul and Mrs Ann Jacques of the Polish Army League, at the opening of an exhibition of art works gifted to New Zealand. The gifts were sent to the Polish Army League, based in Palmerston North, by the soldiers of the Carpathian Division in Italy. They were made by Polish soldiers to give to New Zealand as an expression of their heartfelt gratitude for New Zealand's treatment of the Polish children refugees and appreciation of the great friendship shown to the soldiers through the sending of correspondence and parcels, during World War Two. The exhibition was held at the C M Ross department store (now the Palmerston North Central Library).

 
Governor General, Lieutenant-General Sir Bernard Cyril Freyberg,  with Mrs E J Wilde

Governor General, Lieutenant-General Sir Bernard Cyril Freyberg, with Mrs E J Wilde

The Governor General of New Zealand, Sir Bernard Freyberg talking with Mrs E J Wilder, Treasurer of the Polish Army League, at the opening of an exhibition of art works gifted to New Zealand. The gifts were sent to the Polish Army League, based in Palmerston North, by the soldiers of the Carpathian Division in Italy. They were made by Polish soldiers to give to New Zealand as an expression of their heartfelt gratitude for New Zealand's treatment of the Polish children refugees and appreciation of the great friendship shown to the soldiers through the sending of correspondence and parcels, during World War Two. The exhibition was held at the C M Ross department store (now the Palmerston North Central Library).

 
Governor General, Lieutenant-General Sir Bernard Cyril Freyberg at the opening of an exhibition of gifts from Polish soldiers

Governor General, Lieutenant-General Sir Bernard Cyril Freyberg at the opening of an exhibition of gifts from Polish soldiers

The Governor General of New Zealand, Sir Bernard Freyberg examining some of the paintings at the opening of an exhibition of art works gifted to New Zealand. The gifts were sent to the Polish Army League, based in Palmerston North, by the soldiers of the Carpathian Division in Italy. They were made by Polish soldiers to give to New Zealand as an expression of their heartfelt gratitude for New Zealand's treatment of the Polish children refugees and appreciation of the great friendship shown to the soldiers through the sending of correspondence and parcels, during World War Two. The exhibition was held at the C M Ross department store (now the Palmerston North Central Library).

 
Governor General, Lieutenant-General Sir Bernard Cyril Freyberg,  and Mrs Ann Jacques at opening of exhibition of gifts from Polish soldiers

Governor General, Lieutenant-General Sir Bernard Cyril Freyberg, and Mrs Ann Jacques at opening of exhibition of gifts from Polish soldiers

The Governor General of New Zealand, Sir Bernard Freyberg reading correspondence with Mrs Ann Jacques of the Polish Army League, at the opening of an exhibition of art works gifted to New Zealand. The gifts were sent to the Polish Army League, based in Palmerston North, by the soldiers of the Carpathian Division in Italy. They were made by Polish soldiers to give to New Zealand as an expression of their heartfelt gratitude for New Zealand's treatment of the Polish children refugees and appreciation of the great friendship shown to the soldiers through the sending of correspondence and parcels, during World War Two. The exhibition was held at the C M Ross department store (now the Palmerston North Central Library).

 
Governor General, Lieutenant-General Sir Bernard Cyril Freyberg with Mr W A Jacques

Governor General, Lieutenant-General Sir Bernard Cyril Freyberg with Mr W A Jacques

The Governor General of New Zealand, Lord Freyberg with Mr W A Jacques at the opening of an exhibition of art works gifted to New Zealand. Mr Jacques was the husband of Mrs Ann Jacques, founder of the Polish Army League, and was a lecturer at Massey Agricultural College. The gifts were sent to the Polish Army League, based in Palmerston North, by the soldiers of the Carpathian Division in Italy. They were made by Polish soldiers to give to New Zealand as an expression of their heartfelt gratitude for New Zealand's treatment of the Polish children refugees and appreciation of the great friendship shown to the soldiers through the sending of correspondence and parcels, during World War Two. The exhibition was held at the C M Ross department store (now the Palmerston North Central Library).