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90-017-216t

Barracks at Featherston POW Camp : photograph

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The remains of Featherston Prisoner of War Camp as it looked in 1980. One large building and the foundations of another building.

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90-017-635t

Photograph: Twelve children sitting on a fence at "Te Rakaunui", Greytown

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Twelve young boys clambering over and sitting on a fence at "Te Rakanui", Greytown. Most of the boys wear hats.

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90-017-630t

A set of twin boys

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A set of twin boys, one looking at the camera and the other looking at his brother.

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90-017-104t

The Eketahuna Amateur Dramatic Club

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The Eketahuna Amateur Dramatic Club on stage during a performance. The stage set is in a classic style and the actors are all in makeup and costume.

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90-017-512t

Church picnic, Waikaraka

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Group photograph taken at the church picnic at Waikaraka Station, showing men, women, children, a horse and a dog.

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90-017-859t

Eketahuna town centre

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Eketahuna town centre looking north along Main Street. A sign for Pellings Hotel is on the right.; A car and a truck are on the street.

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90-017-648t

High Street, Carterton

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High Street, Carterton looking North. Post Office clock tower on the right and two women on bicycles on the road.; There is a street light in the middle of High Street.

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90-017-905t

Masterton Railway Station

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Masterton Railway Station looking South. There are several men working on the railway track.

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90-017-384t

Fred B. Tatham and Charles Fairweather sitting on bales of wool from Tora Station

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Fred Tatham and C. Fairweather sitting on wool bales from Tora Station. The wool bales are on the beach front ready to be shipped out.

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90-017-649t

Deller's Carterton Meat Mart

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Exterior of Deller's Carterton Meat Mart with two butchers standing outside.

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90-017-281t

St Albans, Taueru

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Interior of St Albans, Taueru. Looking from the door up to the altar.

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90-008t

Grandstand for Masterton Park : Plan

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Architect's plan of proposed grandstand for Masterton Park.; Scale of 4 feet/1 inch

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90-017-126t

The North Island Motor Union Conference in Carterton

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A group photograph of 37 delegates from the North Island Motor Union Conference. The group is posed outside the Wairarapa Electric Power Board building on Memorial Square, Carterton.

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90-017-572t

Children with a maypole

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Children playing with a maypole at the St. Matthews church fete, Masterton. It is presumed the fete is at the old showgrounds in Dixon Street.; The steeple of St Patrick's Church is in the background.

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90-017-069t

Holy Trinity Church, Avonside, Christchurh

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Interior of the Holy Trinity Church, Avonside, Christchurh. Decorated for the wedding of H.L. Hardy-Johnstone (H.L. Meredith).

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90-017-510t

Afternoon tea after laying the foundation stone for St Andrews church, Whareama

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A group of men and women having a picnic afternoon tea after the foundation laying ceremony at St Andrew's Church, Whareama.

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90-017-a015t

Shearing gang at Ica Station : photograph

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Shearing team outside the shearing shed at Ica Station with dogs and sheep fleeces.

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89-055a-84it

Shute, Grace: Photographs

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Nine photographs taken at the Te Akau regatta, circa 1910-1920.

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90-017-067t

Meredith Memorial window at St Matthews Church

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Edwin Meredith memorial window at St Matthews Church, Masterton. The inscription is recorded on the back of the photograph.

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90-017-107t

The opening of the Cliff Walk, Eketahuna

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Eketahuna mayoress Maud Page cutting the ribbon at the opening of the Cliff Walk, Eketahuna with a number of women standing behind with umbrellas. Mayor Edward Page stands by her on the box.; The woman behind are, from left: Madge Seymour, Mrs Hotop, Matilda and Alice Anderson, Mrs Charlotte Turnor.

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