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Possibly published in the N Z Herald 24/11/51. (Right at the peak of the wool boom!)

Hawke’s Bay man Ewan McGregor is writing a book on the history of Williams and Kettle Ltd and is keen to identify the location of a photograph he wants to win in the book.

This image was captured in the early 1950s.

“I have sourced it from the Auckland Library and it has been (mis)identified as Ihungia station. I would likely use it in the book and hope someone can shed some light on it for me,” Ewan can be contacted at ewan-mac@xtra.co.nz..........

If you know where it is let Focus on the Land know too - M Picture supplied by the Auckland Central Library

Hawke’s Bay man Ewan McGregor is writing a book on the history of Williams and Kettle Ltd and is keen to identify the location of a photograph he wants to win in the book.

This image was captured in the early 1950s.

“I have sourced it from the Auckland Library and it has been (mis)identified as Ihungia station. I would likely use it in the book and hope someone can shed some light on it for me,” Ewan can be contacted at ewan-mac@xtra.co.nz..........

If you know where it is let Focus on the Land know too - M Picture supplied by the Auckland Central Library

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