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Farm yard

Farm yard

An unidentified farm, showing people, farmhouse, stable, yard and vehicles. Probably related to the Pike family.

 
Members of the Women's Institute

Members of the Women's Institute

Group photograph of members of a branch of the New Zealand Federation of the Women's Division. Photographed outside a farm building. Harriet Jane Pike (Far left, flowered dress).

Creator
Date
1950s
Place
Unknown
 
Riding an elephant

Riding an elephant

Children and zookeeper riding on the back of an elephant, probably at the zoo. Probably related to the Pike family.

 
Soldier

Soldier

A headshot of an unidentified World War one soldier in uniform. Probably related to the Pike family.

Creator
Date
circa 1915
Place
Unknown
 
Band members

Band members

Two men in band uniforms and a girl who possibly belongs to a marching team. Probably related to the Pike family.

 
Children on a pony

Children on a pony

A young girl and three boys sitting on a pony outside a house. Probably related to the Pike family.

 
Unidentified toddler

Unidentified toddler

An unidentified baby posed in a studio portrait, probably related to the Pike family.

Creator
Date
circa 1910
Place
Palmerston North
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Corner of Milson Line and Malden Street

Corner of Milson Line and Malden Street

Aerial image showing the corner of Milson Line and Malden Street and local businesses. Tremaine Avenue can be seen behind running diagonally through the centre of the image. Image was purchased from the Manawatū Evening Standard by Pike's Quality Furniture Ltd at 11 Milson Street.

 
Pike's Quality Furniture Ltd

Pike's Quality Furniture Ltd

Charles, Stan and Murray Pike bought an existing business and formed Pike's Quality Furniture Co in Andrew Young Street, in 1946. When that building was destroyed by fire they moved the business to 11 Milson Line, as shown in the 1990s.

 
Pike's Quality Furniture Ltd

Pike's Quality Furniture Ltd

Charles, Stan and Murray Pike bought an existing business and formed Pike's Quality Furniture Co in Andrew Young Street, in 1946. When this building was destroyed by fire they moved the business to Milson Line.

 
Women's Institute picnic

Women's Institute picnic

Members of a branch of the New Zealand Federation of Women's Institutes having a picnic in a gardens (perhaps in the Esplanade). Harriet (Pike?) seated, 3rd from left.

 
'Harriet Jane and Raewyn'

'Harriet Jane and Raewyn'

Thought to be Harriet Jane and Raewyn at Milson Line. This photograph relates to the Pike family of Palmerston North.

Creator
Date
1960s
Place
Palmerston North
 
Military Parade, The Square

Military Parade, The Square

A parade of uniformed soldiers headed by a brass band, in The Square, near the corner of Church Street. Beyond can be seen the corner of Fitzherbert Avenue, with the Occidental Hotel on one side (with distinctive clock tower) and the Bank of New Zealand on the other. Other businesses shown are Furnishing Co Ltd, Manawatu Standard and Crouchers.

 
Pikes Furniture store

Pikes Furniture store

Pikes Furniture Ltd, at 11 Milson Line. The original business was founded in 1935, which became 'Pikes', formed by Charles, Stan and Murray Pike, in 1946 in Andrew Young Street. The business moved to Milson Line, as pictured, in 1956.