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Certificate / Liffey Cottage Preservation Fund

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Lincoln and Districts Historical Society, Inc.

Printed certificate headed Liffey Cottage Preservation Fund with a drawing of Liffey Cottage, Market Square, Lincoln, 1875. Text reads: This certifies that Dr and Mrs N. Moar purchased 5 fence pickets. Signed: Action Committee Treasurer N.T. Moar, Date 9 February 1977

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  • Title

    Certificate / Liffey Cottage Preservation Fund

  • Maker

    Liffey Cottage Action Committee

  • Date made


  • Subject

    Liffey Cottage Action Committee (1975-1991), Liffey Cottage, Lincoln, Canterbury, New Zealand, Fund raising, Heritage buildings, 1970s, Lincoln

  • Additional information

    cardboard, 110 mm x 238 mm

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    Visitors are welcome to our heritage buildings. Pioneer Hall, corner of Gerald St and Kildare Tce, Lincoln, Canterbury. Liffey Cottage, James Street, Lincoln, Canterbury, New Zealand. Our local history collections are held offsite. Please email your inquiry.

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