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Terrace End School Student Leaders, 1948
Dawne Ford - Terrace End School Dux, 1948Patricia June Gibbs - Head Prefect, 1948John Sylva - Terrace End School Dux, 1948Barbara Mattson - Terrace End School Runner-up Dux, 1948Neil Fitt - Head Prefect, 1948

Terrace End School Student Leaders, 1948

Student Leaders at Terrace End School, 1948. Dux Girl: Dawne Ford Head Prefect and winner of Jessie Chapman Memorial Prize: Patricia June Gibbs Dux: John Sylva Runner-up Dux: Barbara Mattson Head Prefect and winner of Tennent Prize: Neil Fitt

 
Letter from T. A. Grammer to Private Ron Grammer, prisoner of war in Italy, and reply

Letter from T. A. Grammer to Private Ron Grammer, prisoner of war in Italy, and reply

This letter was written by Mr Tom A. Grammer to his son Ronald Grammer when he was a prisoner of war in Italy, 1942. The second page contains a reply from Ron. The Grammer family were early Ashhurst residents and the Grammer Family archive contains family information from 1868. Ron Grammer was the son of Tom Grammer and the family lived in Bainesse, close to Palmerston North. Private Ron Grammer served in World War Two.

 
Christmas Greeting card from Stewart Grammer to his family in Bainesse during WWII
Letter from Stewart Grammer to his family in Bainesse 4Letter from Stewart Grammer to his family in Bainesse 2Letter from Stewart Grammer to his family in Bainesse 3

Christmas Greeting card from Stewart Grammer to his family in Bainesse during WWII

This letter/card was written to Mr Tom A. Grammer and family by his son Stewar, while serving as a Gunner in the New Zealand Expeditionary Forces, in World War Two. The Grammer family were early Ashhurst residents and the Grammer Family archive contains family information from 1868. Stewart Grammer was the son of Tom Grammer and the family lived in Bainesse, close to Palmerston North.

 
Letter to Ron Grammer in Bainesse

Letter to Ron Grammer in Bainesse

Letter from a soldier serving overseas during World War Two, to Ron Grammer. Ron Grammer served in WWII and was a prisoner of war in Italy during 1942 - 1943. When liberated he returned to New Zealand. The Grammer family were early Ashhurst residents and the Grammer Family archive contains family information from 1868. Ron Grammer was the son of Tom Grammer and the family lived in Bainesse, close to Palmerston North.

 
Palmerston North Silver Band, Christchurch Contest

Palmerston North Silver Band, Christchurch Contest

The Palmerston North Silver Band as attended the Christchurch Contest in 1946. From left: Back row: R Bruce (Corporal); R Cook; B Kruse; J Sims; E Fleetwood; E Trott; V Belgrave; M Paris (Librarian); S Davis. Fourth row: S James; C Boyce (Sergeant); A Williams; R Findlay; D Edwards; J Robson; N Anderson; E Brazier (Librarian). Third row: I O'Hara; D Mitchell; F Robson; C O'Hara (Deputy-Conductor). Second Row: J Wells; L Pacey (L/Corporal); R How (Drum-Major); B Abraham (Secretary); W O'Hara (Conductor); R Belgrave (Chairman); I Nathan; R How. Front row (seated): R Belgrave Jnr; W Lacey; B Ogier.

 
McHugh’s Four Square Market

McHugh’s Four Square Market

Maury McHugh inside McHugh’s Four Square Market. The store was located on the corner of Featherson and Heretaunga Streets. McHugh was an active member of the motorcycle speedway community. He raced nationally and abroad during the 1940s and 1950s, and worked as a speedway official at the Palmerston North Showgrounds during the 1960s.

 
McHugh’s Four Square Market

McHugh’s Four Square Market

The store was located on the corner of Featherson and Heretaunga Streets. Maury McHugh was an active member of the motorcycle speedway community. He raced nationally and abroad during the 1940s and 1950s, and worked as a speedway official at the Palmerston North Showgrounds during the 1960s.

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