Unofficial Guard of Honour greeting the Governor General Lord Bledisloe at Massey Agricultural College, Palmerston North, 17 Jun 1930
Reference Number: PAColl-5927-26
Unofficial `Guard of Honour', greeting Governor General Lord Bledisloe outside the refectory at Massey Agricultural College, 17 June 1930, during an official visit to Palmerston North by Lord and Lady Bledisloe. Shows a group from Massey in fancy dress. Bledislsoe (with top hat) watches from his car. Man in front of Bledisloe is unidentified. Photograph possibly taken by William Hall Raine.
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Evening Post original photographic prints and postcards, from file print collection, Box 2, Reference Number PAColl-5927 (55 digitised items)
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Extent: 1 b&w original photographic print(s)Single photograph
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Other copies available: File print available in Turnbull Library Pictures45. Palmerston North. University. Massey. University of the Manawatu(PFP-018282)
Inscriptions: Inscribed - Verso - `Guard of Honour' does its duty towards Governor General at Massey College
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