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Penciled on back: “30. Reevedon Home. Governor General Sir Denis Blundell opens the Reevedon Home. 18th October 1975. From ‘Chronicle’ negative No. 75 1394”

Stamped on back with black ink – Horowhenua Historical Society. Acc. No. Date 20/10/90

Inscribed on unvailed plaque - Established by the Wellington Presbyterian Social Service Association for the comfort and care of the aged. This home was opened by His Excellency the Governor General Sir Denis Blundell G.C.M.G. G.C.V.O. K.B.E. 18th October 1975.

Sir Denis Blundell (Governor General) opens Reevedon Home, Levin, 1975. Sir Denis is speaking from the porch of the main building at Reevedon and is flanked by two clergymen and another unidentified man.

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Sir Denis Blundell opens Reevedon Home, Levin, 1975

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