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"Red Cross Juniors Tending "Patient"

"Red Cross Juniors Tending "Patient"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 03 August 1961 "Last Thursday, while the senior Red Cross personnel were loading case of clothing for refugees in Hong Kong, Sister A.M. Kerison (right) was busy giving the Central Circle of the Junior Red Cross instruction in bed techniques. Above are the girls caught in the act of changing the sheet while the "patient" remains in bed. This group, organized by Mrs. E.W. Mills, is the only out-of-school group in the city."

Creator
Date
August 3, 1961
Place
Palmerston North
 
"Palmerston North Hospital Granduants"

"Palmerston North Hospital Granduants"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 29 August 1961 "Twenty-nine nurses from the Palmerston North Hospital were presented with their medals at the graduation ceremony in the tutorial hall last evening. They were (from the left): back row, Nurses J.E. Reynolds, M. Mackintosh, A.M. Coleman, E. Magee, J.E. Almond, J.H. Poppe, M.K. Pomeroy and C. Taylor; front row, J.G. Paterson, D.H. Paterson, D.H. Hislop, P. Davey, N.M. Young, A. McDonell, and J. Cooper.'

Creator
Date
August 29, 1961
Place
Ruahine Street, Palmerston North
 
"Palmerston North Hospital Granduants"

"Palmerston North Hospital Granduants"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 29 August 1961 "Twenty-nine nurses from the Palmerston North Hospital were presented with their medals at the graduation ceremony in the tutorial hall last evening. They were (from the left):" back row, Nurses J.L. Berg, B.K. Brown, I.A.R. Purvis, L.M. Hastie, G.K. Simpson, E.J. Chapman and E.L. Denham; front row, Nurses N.E. Stuart, G.M. Blair, G.A. Brand, V.C. Richard, D.M. Richards, E.M. Cox and B.R. Smith.

Creator
Date
August 29, 1961
Place
Ruahine Street, Palmerston North
 
"Hunting for the Elusive Ice" at Memorial Park Duck Pond

"Hunting for the Elusive Ice" at Memorial Park Duck Pond

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 05 June 1961 "The frost today had many people wondering how far away the snow and ice was. Small boys in Memorial Park this morning were taking advantage of the holiday to see if any ice existed in the small lake. They hunted and poked around with sticks, but found nothing."

 
"Garners"

"Garners"

{Photograph of flooring contractors preparing and laying the flooring in the refurbished Garner's store]

Creator
Date
September 1960
Place
Between Main Street and Broadway Avenue, Palmerston North
 
"Voters and Their Electoral Thoughts"

"Voters and Their Electoral Thoughts"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 26 November 1960 "Some voters lining up today at the Intermediate Normal School polling booth to cast their votes. The camera captured this voter's expression as he was about to cast his preferences this morning."

Creator
Date
November 26, 1960
Place
Linton Street, Palmerston North
 
"Garners"

"Garners"

[Photograph of rolls of carpet on stands and displayed in the refurbished Garner's Store]

Creator
Date
September 1960
Place
Between Main Street and Broadway Avenue, Palmerston North
 
"Garners"

"Garners"

[Photograph of the manchester department in the refurbished Garner's store, with a single bed covered in a chenille bedspread, and 2 children's mannequins dressed in dressing gowns.]

Creator
Date
September 1960
Place
Between Main Street and Broadway Avenue, Palmerston North
 
"Annual Reunion Mothers and Babies" - , Palmerston North Parents' Centre

"Annual Reunion Mothers and Babies" - , Palmerston North Parents' Centre

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 28 November 1960 "The Palmerston North Parents' Centre held its reunion of mothers and babies last Saturday. All the mothers attended the centre's classes for relaxation for childbirth. Above is a group of early arrivals at the reunion. They are (from left): Mrs. T. Welch ad baby Joanne; Mrs. P. Wells and baby David; Mrs. L.D. Morton and babies Diana and Christopher (seated in front); and Mrs. D.H. Kingsbeer and baby Bruce."

Creator
Date
November 28, 1960
Place
Palmerston North
 
"Mr. Brown Congratulates Mr. Skoglund" Successful Parliamentary Candidate

"Mr. Brown Congratulates Mr. Skoglund" Successful Parliamentary Candidate

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 28 November 1960 "The National Party candidate for Palmerston North (Mr. W.H. Brown, left) congratulating Mr. P.O. Skoglund (Labour) on his success on Saturday. Mr. Skoglund leads by 88 votes. Mr. R. Gunn (Social Credit) watches them"

Creator
Date
November 28, 1960
Place
Palmerston North
 
"Better Than Any Road Roller" Rangitikei Railway Bridge Sealing

"Better Than Any Road Roller" Rangitikei Railway Bridge Sealing

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 20 June 1961 "Motor traffic today used the overhead bridge on Rangitikei Line. Sealing of the approaches to the bridge has still to be completed and many soft spots are being filled. Graders and rollers were working on the bridge, making it necessary for vehicular traffic to use extreme care."

 
"Final Practice Before Band Championships"

"Final Practice Before Band Championships"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 08 March 1961 "Last evening the Palmerston North Garrison Band held its final practice before attending the championships at Auckland this coming weekend. The band received the best wishes of Mr. W.H. Brown, M.P., who is a keen supporter." Standing from left: Gary Brain; John Ward; Unknown; Unknown; Gordon Mercer; Unknown; John Hills; Atty Newth; Jim Carson (conductor). Seated back, from left: Denis Turnbull Jnr; Basil Register; Keith Register; Joy Newth. Seated front, from left (circular); S. Gaudin; Ronald Pritchard; Philip Turnbull; John Marsh; Tom McGorry; Trevor Register; Jack Register; Arthur Jackson; John Robson; Des Newth

Creator
Date
March 8, 1961
Place
Palmerston North
 
"Queen's Scout Appointed"

"Queen's Scout Appointed"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 24 December 1962, "Proudly displaying his Royal certificate is David N. Ramsay, of Ashhurst, who was appointed a Queen's Scout last week. He is the second son in the family to have been made a Queen's Scout."

Creator
Date
December 24, 1962
Place
Ashhurst
 
"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."

Creator
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."

Creator
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."

Creator
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)."

Creator
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."

Creator
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. "

Creator
Date
October 1, 1958
Place
Palmerston North
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