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"Reminiscent of Ballet" - Basketball

"Reminiscent of Ballet" - Basketball

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 04 July 1958, page 9: "These girls in ballet-like poses are contestants in the basketball match between Freyberg High School and Rangitikei College. One of them, however, appears to be giving an excellent example of action in a Māori haka. Freyberg won by 28 goals to 18. "

 
Welcome to Minister

Welcome to Minister

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on March 04 1958, page 6: "The Minister of Forests and Associate-Minister of Māori Affairs (Mr. Tirikatene) is seen being welcomed by the Conservator of Forests (Mr. R.J. Wells) in Palmerston North as he stepped from his car this morning. Mr. Tirikatene is on a visit to the Wellington conservancies."

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Date
March 4, 1958
Place
Palmerston North
 
"Kia Ora on the Attack" - Rugby League

"Kia Ora on the Attack" - Rugby League

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 17 April 1958, page 14: "A Kia Ora player makes a determined bid for the line against Takaro in a 10-a-side Rugby League tournament on Saturday last. The all-Maori team had no trouble in beating Takaro 21-3 and carrying off the tournament trophy."

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Date
April 17, 1958
Place
Palmerston North
 
Prime Minister Opens (Maori Welfare League) Conference

Prime Minister Opens (Maori Welfare League) Conference

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 28 April 1958, page 8: "Seen opening the Dominion conference of the Maori Welfare League in Palmerston North today is the Prime Minister and Minister of Maori Affairs (Mr. Nash). Seated behind the Prime Minister from left are Mrs. L. Logan (president of the conference), the Associate-Minister of Maori Affairs (Mr. Tirikatene) and Mrs. I.M. Ratana, the member for Western Maori."

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Date
April 28, 1958
Place
Palmerston North
 
Dominion Conference of Maori Welfare League Begins

Dominion Conference of Maori Welfare League Begins

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 28 April 1958, page 6: "Seen at the opening of the Dominion conference of the Maori Welfare League in Palmerston North today are a section of the delegates who were listening to the opening address given by the Prime Minister (Mr. Nash)."

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Date
April 28, 1958
Place
Palmerston North
 
"Maori Memorial Community Centre" Scale Model

"Maori Memorial Community Centre" Scale Model

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 05 April 1961 "The photograph shows a scale model of the new Maori Battalion Memorial Community Centre to be built near the south-eastern corner of Cuba and David Streets where two houses are being demolished for the construction of the building. It is hoped that work will begin some time in June as tenders will be called for shortly. The approximate cost of the building is £32.000. The architect, Mr. J.G. Scott, is a Māori and is a specialist in ultra-modern buildings. The fourteen carved panels in the front of the model represent the tribal committees in the Raukawa (Wellington) executive committee. They are 9ft by 33 in and will cost £100 each. The central panel, which will cost £400, represents the Rangitāne executive committee. Inside the building will be a memorial plaque to the Māoris who served in World War II."

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Date
April 5, 1961
Place
Palmerston North
 
"Tribal Welcome for "Maori" Cast"

"Tribal Welcome for "Maori" Cast"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 01 October 1958: "Members of the Auckland P.R.O. show "Maori" were given a tribal welcome on their arrival in Palmerston North today. Here their leader replies to the welcome by the local Maoris. "

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Date
October 1, 1958
Place
Palmerston North
 
Ko te Waka Hawaiki-nui, Pahiatua

Ko te Waka Hawaiki-nui, Pahiatua

Ko te kaiwhakakairo i roto i te whakaahua ko Fred Clamp. Ko te kaiārahi kaiwhakakairo ko Mātahi Avauli Whakataka-Brightwell e tautokona ana e te runanga o te marae of Pahiatua. I tīmata te mahi i te tau 1979. I te tau 1981 i neke atu te waka ki tētahi Kura Whakakairo ki Porirua kia oti ai. I te tau 1985 i haere atu te waka o Whakataka-Brightwell rāua ko te kaiwhakatere ko Francis Cowan nō Tahiti, mai i Tahiti, ki Rarotonga, ki Aotearoa e orite nei ki ngā haerenga o Ngātia Arawa me Tainui i ngā wā i mua. Nā ngā whetu i haere ai te waka. Ancestor paintings on the Pahiatua shed’s structural posts, where the waka Hawaiki-nui was being carved

 
"Buyers Bid Highly" - Stock Auction

"Buyers Bid Highly" - Stock Auction

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 07 March 1958, page 8: "The annual autumn sale yesterday of pedigree pigs, comprising Tamworths, Berkshires and Large Whites, created much interest and bidding was keen among the prospective buyers. Here a section of the buyers study and discuss the finer points of one boar while the auction was in progress."

 
"Comments on Industries Fair" Mr. K. Millin

"Comments on Industries Fair" Mr. K. Millin

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 10 May 1961 "Mr. K. Millin, who works for the gas department, said that there was a wider range of exhibitions than last year, but some of them were not strictly industrial. He also thought that this fair was held too soon after the last one."

 
"Best Dogs on Parade" - Dog Show

"Best Dogs on Parade" - Dog Show

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 10 March 1958, page 6: "At the Manawatu Kennel Club's autumn show on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. G.I. Beeson's boxer was judged the best dog in the show and Mrs. R.M. Cuming's Irish setter the runner-up. Those in the picture from left are: Mrs. Beeson, Messrs. A. Fraser (Dunedin) and J. Robson (Wellington), the two judges, and Mrs. Cuming."

 
"Leads' and Twos' Bowling Tournament" Manawatu Bowling Centre

"Leads' and Twos' Bowling Tournament" Manawatu Bowling Centre

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 13 December 1958: "The Manawatu Bowling Centre's leads' and two' tournament was held on three greens today. At the Northern green are seen (from left to right): F.M. Fulford, A.H. Smith, T. Denholm, O. Thomas, P. Patton, A. Whyte."

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Date
December 13, 1958
Place
Palmerston North
 
"First Major Use of Pre-Stressed Concrete in City" Armaghdown Motors

"First Major Use of Pre-Stressed Concrete in City" Armaghdown Motors

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 01 July 1961 "Even thought this method of construction [pre-stressed concrete] has been used outside Palmerston North, the new building of Armaghdown Motors in Princess Street is the first major construction where this method has been used in the city area --- "This method of structural concrete work is not the answer to all our problems but we will use it to its best advantage where possible," said Mr. R. McMillan, the architect for the building."

 
"Working in a Tomato Forest" Massey Agricultural College Glasshouse

"Working in a Tomato Forest" Massey Agricultural College Glasshouse

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 04 November 1958: "Tomato vines, far taller than the man who works among them, grow in profusion in the large greenhouse at Massey Agricultural College. Twice a week Mr. E.S. Ball harvests the crop. He began picking in mid-October, and will continue doing so until January. As each picking tin is filled it is weighed, boxed and sent to a local market for sale"

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Date
November 4, 1958
Place
Massey College, Palmerston North
 
"Allocating Billets for Winter Tournament" at Massey College

"Allocating Billets for Winter Tournament" at Massey College

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 05 August 1961 "The university winter tournament billet controller, Mr. R.A.S. Lawson (left), and the tournament controller, Mr. C. Palmer (right), allocated billets at Massey Agricultural College today. The allocations will be posted during the weekend. The college still require accommodation for 40 of the 750 students who will attend the tournament."

 
"Mr. E.T. Benson" Visiting Massey College

"Mr. E.T. Benson" Visiting Massey College

[Photograph of Mr. E.T. Benson, United States Secretary for Agriculture, on his visit to Massey College.]

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Date
November 24, 1960
Place
Massey College, Palmerston North
 
"New Exchange Trainees" Learning the New Telephone Exchange Equipment

"New Exchange Trainees" Learning the New Telephone Exchange Equipment

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 06 April 1961 "Seen in the special classroom in the new telephone exchange are trainees being instructed in the use of new equipment. One of the instructors is pointing out an intricate part of a machine which is mounted on a display stand. The two instructors are Mrs. P.M. Logan (senior technician) and Mr. G.A. Greig (senior technician)."

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Date
April 6, 1961
Place
Main Street, Palmerston North
 
"Auckland Swimmers in City Baths"

"Auckland Swimmers in City Baths"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 03 December 1955: "The Auckland women who will be competing in the Manawatu Swimming Centre's opening carnival at the Municipal Baths tonight were kept busy this morning giving instruction to local swimmers. Here, from left to right, Misses Jocelyn Ross, Kay Burt, Phillipa Gould, Jennifer Hunter, Glenis Leather, Winifred Griffin."

 
"O'Brien, Jurgeleit" Manawatu Rugby Members

"O'Brien, Jurgeleit" Manawatu Rugby Members

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 27 July 1961 "Easy win for Manawatu brightens prospects. For the first time this season the Manawatu representative side showed their former confidence and, as a result, overwhelmed Bush at the Showgrounds Oval to the tune of 31 points. O'Brien took a high kick just short of the touchline, and, although the Bush forwards were streaming down upon him, he ran across field and fed it out. "O'Brien: fast elusive and determined ; Jurgeleit (right): a powerful runner". (left) "

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Date
July 27, 1961
Place
The Showgrounds. Palmerston North
 
"Sorting Clothes for Corso" Aid for War Torn Countries

"Sorting Clothes for Corso" Aid for War Torn Countries

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 10 October 1960 "From early morning today 40 women were busy sorting and packing at the Exhibition Hall at the Showgrounds the clothes collected last Saturday for Corso. With 89 bales, this is a tremendous task and help is urgently required from the public."

Creator
Date
October 10, 1960
Place
61 Pascal Street, Palmerston North
 
"Preparing ground for Test" - Rolling the Oval

"Preparing ground for Test" - Rolling the Oval

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 30 August 1958, page 10: "This roller was used to level the Showgrounds Oval in readiness for today's hockey Test against Australia. Hockey officials are watching the operation."

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Date
August 30, 1958
Place
The Showgrounds. Palmerston North
 
"Game Bantam Keeps Judges at a Distance"

"Game Bantam Keeps Judges at a Distance"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 20 June 1961 "Judge and steward keep a respectful distance from a game bantam during judging at the Manawatu Poultry and Pigeon Club's annual show at the Showgrounds today. The judge for the game bantam section, Mr. G.N. Bell, of Cloverlea, is seen with Mr. D. Manderson, the steward. "

 
"Preparing for the Rugby Season" Painting the Scoreboard

"Preparing for the Rugby Season" Painting the Scoreboard

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 19 April 1961 "Giving the Rugby scoreboard at the Showgrounds a coat of paint prior to the opening of the Manawatu Union's season were these two workmen who were pleased that their work drew the attention of a "Manawatu Standard" photographer."

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Date
April 19, 1961
Place
Pascal Street, Palmerston North
 
"A Beautiful Girl in a Beautiful Float" - Floral Festival

"A Beautiful Girl in a Beautiful Float" - Floral Festival

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 24 February 1958, page 12: "The Plunket Queen, Miss D. Sunley, of Palmerston North, received an overwhelming ovation as she was driven past the judges' stand during the floral procession at the Showgrounds on Saturday."

 
"Who Was That Bidding For Me?" Stock Auction

"Who Was That Bidding For Me?" Stock Auction

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 09 October 1958: "The stud and dairy bull sale at the Showgrounds today attracted a full attendance of buyers. The bidding was keen and the standard was high. This animal appears to be interested in where a bid came from. "

Creator
Date
October 9, 1958
Place
61 Pascal Street, Palmerston North
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