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Caccia-Birch house & buggy
The Open Day on March 5, 1978 was a joint effort by the Caccia Birch Preservation Society and the local Jaycees, to gauge public opinion on the property’s future. A restored park-phaeton buggy took pride of place on the Open Day. The house was built in 1892 and was, after the turn of the century, the residence of a former New Zealand Governor, Lord Plunket. More recently the building has been used by the Government and until a few years ago was used by Massey University., Flogged from . This a minor change to be visible in versions.
Cox, Ernest Frank
Military personnel files for COX, Ernest Edwin - WW1 57486 - Army; Record no: 0029284; R no: R21898284; Series: 18805; From
Gas training
From "The Mounted Riflemen in Sinai and Palestine: The Story of New Zealand’s Crusaders", From Rights: NZ CC BY-SA
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Cased image of Julia Larned Allen.
Manawatu Hotel, Foxton
Manawatu Hotel from Avenue Road in the early 1900s. Four women a small girl and an infant are on the balcony. A number of men and youths stand outside the hotel along with two men in a horse and gig., Licenced as Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 3 NZ,
Miranui Flaxmill paddocks, near Shannon
The Miranui Flaxmill, near Shannon, was the largest flaxmill built in New Zealand, in 1907. The view shows the bleaching paddocks, where flax hung on drying fences and lay on ground to dry. Stacks were also used for drying. Part of the scutching shed is in the foreground.
New Zealanders crossing the Jordan after the first attack on Amman
From "The Mounted Riflemen in Sinai and Palestine: The Story of New Zealand’s Crusaders", From Rights: NZ CC BY-SA
Presentation of the Colours to Wellington Regiment
On July 21, 1919, King George V approved the award of a silk Union Flag to be presented Territorial Force Battalions and Battalions serving overseas. Here the flags are being presented to the 1st, 2nd & 3rd Battalions, Wellington Regiment, after consecration. The Colours (flags) were then laid up in All Saints Church., From Actual rights are "No known copyright restrictions"
Private Herbert Valentine Petersen
Petersen stands to attention in front of a canvas tent. Herbert Petersen was attached to the 14th South Otago Company and died of wounds 19 May 1915. He is buried in Alexandria, Egypt. His next of kin was listed in the newspaper as Mrs C Turner of Kairanga, Palmerston North., From Digitisation ID no.: 2009N_A66_WAR_2215
The Shepherd's Lily
Hand-coloured engravings from The Art Album of New Zealand Flora, 1889. It contained descriptions of the native flowering plants of New Zealand and the adjacent islands. Page size: 24cm x 29.8cm (9 1/4 x 11 5/8 inches) approximately., From "The Art Album of New Zealand Flora"