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View of The Square

View of The Square

This image comes from a series of slides taken around Palmerston North in the late 1950s. Many show scenes in The Victoria Esplanade Gardens, but other areas and events around the city are also represented.

 
View of The Lakelet

View of The Lakelet

This photograph shows a view of The Lakelet in The Square. The PDC can be seen on the right, topped with the Kiwi Bacon sign and giant kiwi. This image is from a series of framed photographs that were rescued from a local dumpster.

 
Broadway Avenue, 1964

Broadway Avenue, 1964

This colour print shows Broadway Avenue, possibly shot fromthe top of the Bank of New Zealand that once stood on the corner of Rangitikei Street and The Square.

 
Construction of 18 Rangitikei Street - Bank of New South Wales

Construction of 18 Rangitikei Street - Bank of New South Wales

This photograph was commissioned by the bank to document the construction of the new building. The first branch of the Bank of New South Wales opened in the Royal Hotel (1901-1905). On January 1 1906, the branch moved into a leased building on Main Street opposite the Post Office. On October 27 1914, the bank moved into these purpose-built premises at 18 Rangitikei Street. This was demolished to make way for a new building, which was occupied May 29 1967. Customers were briefly served by the city's mayor (G M Rennie) and Mayoress, as well as the wives of both the Chief Manager and Branch Manager.

 
Construction of 18 Rangitikei Street - Bank of New South Wales

Construction of 18 Rangitikei Street - Bank of New South Wales

This photograph was commissioned by the bank to document the construction of the new building. The first branch of the Bank of New South Wales opened in the Royal Hotel (1901-1905). On January 1 1906, the branch moved into a leased building on Main Street opposite the Post Office. On October 27 1914, the bank moved into these purpose-built premises at 18 Rangitikei Street. This was demolished to make way for a new building, which was occupied May 29 1967. Customers were briefly served by the city's mayor (G M Rennie) and Mayoress, as well as the wives of both the Chief Manager and Branch Manager.

 
Construction of 18 Rangitikei Street - Bank of New South Wales

Construction of 18 Rangitikei Street - Bank of New South Wales

This photograph was commissioned by the bank to document the construction of the new building. The first branch of the Bank of New South Wales opened in the Royal Hotel (1901-1905). On January 1 1906, the branch moved into a leased building on Main Street opposite the Post Office. On October 27 1914, the bank moved into these purpose-built premises at 18 Rangitikei Street. This was demolished to make way for a new building, which was occupied May 29 1967. Customers were briefly served by the city's mayor (G M Rennie) and Mayoress, as well as the wives of both the Chief Manager and Branch Manager.

 
Construction of 18 Rangitikei Street - Bank of New South Wales

Construction of 18 Rangitikei Street - Bank of New South Wales

This photograph was commissioned by the bank to document the construction of the new building. The first branch of the Bank of New South Wales opened in the Royal Hotel (1901-1905). On January 1 1906, the branch moved into a leased building on Main Street opposite the Post Office. On October 27 1914, the bank moved into these purpose-built premises at 18 Rangitikei Street. This was demolished to make way for a new building, which was occupied May 29 1967. Customers were briefly served by the city's mayor (G M Rennie) and Mayoress, as well as the wives of both the Chief Manager and Branch Manager.

 
Construction of 18 Rangitikei Street - Bank of New South Wales

Construction of 18 Rangitikei Street - Bank of New South Wales

This photograph was commissioned by the bank to document the construction of the new building. The first branch of the Bank of New South Wales opened in the Royal Hotel (1901-1905). On January 1 1906, the branch moved into a leased building on Main Street opposite the Post Office. On October 27 1914, the bank moved into these purpose-built premises at 18 Rangitikei Street. This was demolished to make way for a new building, which was occupied May 29 1967. Customers were briefly served by the city's mayor (G M Rennie) and Mayoress, as well as the wives of both the Chief Manager and Branch Manager.

 
Construction of 18 Rangitikei Street - Bank of New South Wales

Construction of 18 Rangitikei Street - Bank of New South Wales

This photograph was commissioned by the bank to document the construction of the new building. The first branch of the Bank of New South Wales opened in the Royal Hotel (1901-1905). On January 1 1906, the branch moved into a leased building on Main Street opposite the Post Office. On October 27 1914, the bank moved into these purpose-built premises at 18 Rangitikei Street. This was demolished to make way for a new building, which was occupied May 29 1967. Customers were briefly served by the city's mayor (G M Rennie) and Mayoress, as well as the wives of both the Chief Manager and Branch Manager.

 
Construction of 18 Rangitikei Street - Bank of New South Wales

Construction of 18 Rangitikei Street - Bank of New South Wales

This photograph was commissioned by the bank to document the construction of the new building. The first branch of the Bank of New South Wales opened in the Royal Hotel (1901-1905). On January 1 1906, the branch moved into a leased building on Main Street opposite the Post Office. On October 27 1914, the bank moved into these purpose-built premises at 18 Rangitikei Street. This was demolished to make way for a new building, which was occupied May 29 1967. Customers were briefly served by the city's mayor (G M Rennie) and Mayoress, as well as the wives of both the Chief Manager and Branch Manager.

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