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Printed bottom of photo: “Post Office. Shannon. No.3600.”

Written on back with black ballpoint pen: “B.P. Moynihan”

Letter penciled on back: “Dear Dick, grannie says she is going to come and see us soon I must get ready for school with love from Ellen.”

Post Office, Plimmer Terrace, Shannon c.1920. The Post Office is situated on the eastern side of Plimmer Terrace. This photograph shows a wooden building with a concrete frontage, with several men staning on the footpath outside.

1 B&W photo postcard (Fragile, damaged)

Any use of this image must be accompanied by the credit “Horowhenua Historical Society Inc.”

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Post Office, Shannon

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