Milne and Choyce Showroom staff

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on or around the date 1959/1960.

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Staff of the women's fashion showroom posing with a trophy. From left: Molly Cotton; Miss Floyd; Mrs Boyle; Molly King; ?; Trish ?; Mrs Ciochetto; Peg McNabb; Gaye Chamberlain (later Ware). Gaye Ware was employed by C M Ross and Milne and Choyce between 1957-1963. Milne and Choyce was one of the foremost department stores of Palmerston North. The business was bought from C M Ross Co. Ltd in 1959 and was sold to the D I C in 1966.


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