Freda Blacklock - Papers
- MS-2006-10 (Reference Number)
- 2006/10 (Registration Number)
Item 1 -- Pamphlet entitled 'Robert A. Laidlaw ' Founder of the Farmers', 1971.
Item 2 -- Pamphlet entitled 'Farmers ' New Zealand's Leading Store in New Zealand's Leading City', 19[?40].
Item 3 -- Big Store News Golden Jubilee Issue entitled '50 Years of Progress 1909-1959', June, 1959.
Item 1 -- Newspaper article entitled 'Big Spending Just His Job'. [Source: New Zealand Herald, 4 July 1984]
Item 2 -- Newspaper article entitled 'Metropolitan Auckland bursts at the seams'. [Source: Auckland Star, 3 December 1954]
Item 3 -- Newspaper image entitled 'First Escalator for Auckland'. [Source: New Zealand Herald, 3 December 1954]
Item 4 -- Newspaper article entitled 'Auckland Destined to Be Great Empire City'. [Source: New Zealand Herald, 3 December 1954]
Item 5 -- Newspaper article entitled 'Mayor has moving experience'. [Source: New Zealand Herald, 3 December 1954]
Item 6 -- Newspaper advertisement entitled 'Farmers - yesterday, today, tomorrow'. [Source: New Zealand Herald, 29 June 1997]
Folder 3 -- Farmers 20 Year Club Annual Dinner invitations, name tags, menus and related material from the 14th Annual Dinner, 1951, to the 35th Annual Dinner, 1972.
Item 1 -- Farmers 20 Year Club Annual Dinner invitations, name tags, menus and related material from the 36th Annual Dinner, 1973, to the 53rd Annual Dinner, 1990.
Item 2 -- Correspondence from Malcolm Leuchars, Farmers Human Resources Manager, to Freda Blacklock, regarding the cancellation of the 1991 20 Year Club annual dinner, dated 30 January 1991.
- Press cuttings
- Printed Ephemera
The Museum Library's serials collection contains the following titles relating to Farmers' Trading Company: 'Big Store News', 'Focus', and 'Farmers Staff News'.
Blacklock, Freda. Papers, 1940s - 1997. Auckland War Memorial Museum Library. MS-2006/10.
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