A FINE BAG OF TROUT: Mr Alex McDonald, of Blenheim, proudly displays his fine bag of trout landed during two hours of angling on the Wairau River.
TOP CHAMERS: Relaxed and happy after being adjudged "top charmers" in the Miss Festival of the Sounds bathing beauty contest on Saturday night. In the centre is Miss Judith Burdon of Blenheim, at right is Miss Gillian Mabin of Christchurch and left is Mis Carol Douglas of Lower Hutt. Wednesday, January 13, 1960
SOUTH ISLAND CYCLING TOUR: Richard McIntosh and Tas Dally of Christchurch take a look at Blenheim before pushing off on the last 200 miles of their South Island cycling tour.
TINYTOWN'S HARBOUR: At the home of Mr and Mrs H Doyle at 55 Main St, can be seen, with its new paint and added features, a fascinating model town.
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A unique pictorial record of life in Marlborough in the 1960s
Expressly Marlborough is a unique pictorial record of life in Marlborough since August 1957.
The third book, August to December 1957, is now available.
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