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Mataamua building at the former Hokowhitu Campus of Massey University - Teacher's College

Mataamua building at the former Hokowhitu Campus of Massey University - Teacher's College

The Mataamua building was the first building constructed for the Teacher's Training College. It was subsequentially earthquake strengthened with a metal frame extending round the exterior. The building was scheduled for demolition when the campus was sold to the Wallace Development Company in 2016. For extensive information on the campus, search for Ben Foster's community uploads in Manawatū Heritage.

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Palmerston North
 
Float in a parade

Float in a parade

A float created from paper flowers, depicting a women in a large dress, in a parade at an unknown location (perhaps the A & P showgrounds). It was created by the Newbury Country Women's Institute.

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The Showgrounds. Palmerston North
 
The Square between Broadway and Church Street

The Square between Broadway and Church Street

Looking down from the Broadway end of The Square, past the Main Street corner to the the PDC department store on Church Street.

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The Square, Palmerston North
 
Flower beds in the Esplanade

Flower beds in the Esplanade

The Esplanade is on Fitzherbert Avenue, near the Manawatū River.

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Victoria Esplanade, Palmerston North
 
Butterfly lakelet in The Square

Butterfly lakelet in The Square

A boy posing in front of the Butterfly Lakelet in The Square, and beyond to the corner of Fitzherbert Avenue. At centre, on the corner of Fitzherbert Avenue can be seen the Municipal Library of the time.

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The Square, Palmerston North
 
Palmerston North railway yards

Palmerston North railway yards

The railway yards between Main Street and Church Street, prior to their move to edge of Palmerston North, off Tremaine Avenue, in the 1960s.

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Main Street, Palmerston North
 
Clock tower in The Square

Clock tower in The Square

The Clock Tower was built in The Square in 1955 through a donation from local businessman, Arthur Hopwood. The sound shell that was originally attached was removed in the 1990s.

Beyond can be a seen a steam train running through The Square. The railway was finally diverted to the outskirts of Palmerston North in 1964.

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The Square, Palmerston North
 
Train going through The Square

Train going through The Square

A passsenger train travelling through The Square, at the corner of Main Street. Beyond can be seen the Commercial Hotel on the corner, and the corner of The Square gardens. Not long after this image was taken the railway was diverted from The Square to the edge of the city, and the railway lines were removed.

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Corner of Main Street and The Square
 
Milne and Choyce department store by night

Milne and Choyce department store by night

Milne and Choyce bought the former C M Ross department store in The Square, in 1959. They sold to the D.I.C. in 1966. This building now houses the Palmerston North Central Library.

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4 the Square, Palmerston North
 
Stock sale in The Square

Stock sale in The Square

A crowd of people attending the sale of stock in The Square.

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The Square, Palmerston North
 
Church Street buildings near The Square

Church Street buildings near The Square

Looking down towards the corner of The Square, showing: Palmerston North Council administration building (now Square Edge); All Saints Church; Justice and Edmunds Ltd

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Church Street, Palmerston North
 
Clock tower in The Square

Clock tower in The Square

The Clock Tower was built in The Square in 1955 through a donation from local businessman, Arthur Hopwood. The sound shell that was originally attached was removed in the 1990s.

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The Square, Palmerston North
 
Butterfly lakelet in The Square

Butterfly lakelet in The Square

The butterfly lakelet (named for its shape) was built in 1909. The water jets were added in 1966.

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The Square, Palmerston North
 
Coleman Mall

Coleman Mall

Looking down Coleman Mall to George Street, showing businesses: Mayfair movie theatre); 2ZA (radio station); Hallensteins (now Youth Space); Midland Hotel; Harrisons (nurserymen); Fox Stationels (booksellers and newsagents); Cameo Florists

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Coleman Mall
 
Broadway

Broadway

The corner of Broadway and The Square. The Australia and New Zealand Bank Limited building (now demolished) is on the corner with the prominent T& G Mutual Life building (still existent), built 1938, behind it.

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Broadway
 
Milne and Choyce department store

Milne and Choyce department store

Milne and Choyce operated in Palmerston North from 1959 - 1966. They bought the store, built 1927-1928, from the C M Ross Company (locally owned) in 1959 and sold to the D.I.C. in 1966.

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4 the Square, Palmerston North
 
Rangitikei Street

Rangitikei Street

Looking down Rangitikei Street in the direction of The Square, taken from near the Maire Street corner.

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Rangitikei Street
 
Broadway Avenue from The Square

Broadway Avenue from The Square

Looking down Broadway from The Square, showing the Australia and New Zealand Bank, with the T&G Mutual Life Society building behind.

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Broadway, Palmerston North
 
Stock sale in The Square

Stock sale in The Square

A crowd of people attending the sale of stock in The Square.

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The Square, Palmerston North
 
Railway yards, Main Street

Railway yards, Main Street

Railway yards in Main Street, Palmerston North, just prior to their closure when the lines were diverted to the edge of the city.

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Main Street, Palmerston North