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Penciled on back - The Pres. of the Levin Arts Society Mr J. Stewart (left) seen with the guest speaker, assistant curator of the Dominion Museum, Mr Northcote Bade who is talking to Mr Bernard Johns, at right, society’s sec. Mrs Diane Thomason. Thurs. Dec. 8, 1970.

Stamped on back with black ink - Horowhenua Historical Society. Acc. No. 137 Date.

Levin Arts Society, 1970 1 B&W photo print

Left to Right - Mr J. Stewart (president). Mr Northcote Bade (assistant curator, Dominion Museum). Mr Bernard Johns. Mrs Diane Thomason (secretary).

3 woman (unidentified) in background .

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Levin Arts Society, 1970

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chronicle photograph collection,
diane thomason,
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levin,
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