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Auckland's continued participation in the alleviation of Belgian distress: The garden fete held at Marivare, the residence of Mrs R A Carr, at Epsom, on Friday and Saturday last week.

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AWNS-19141126-39-1

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Auckland Weekly News Auckland Weekly News
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Date
26 November 1914

Date Period
1910-1919

Subjects
Patriotism, Marivare, Fetes, Women, Men, Dancing, Clothing and dress, Food and drink, Hats, Flags, World War, 1914-1918, Carr, R A, Edgar, Mrs, Bloomfield, E R, Von Sturmer, Mrs, Burns, Mrs, Burns, Robert, Lewis, Mrs, Myers, A M, Bloomfield, Mrs, Greig, MissPatriotismMarivareFetesWomenMenDancingClothing and dressFood and drinkHatsFlagsWorld War, 1914-1918Carr, R AEdgar, MrsBloomfield, E RVon Sturmer, MrsBurns, MrsBurns, RobertLewis, MrsMyers, A MBloomfield, MrsGreig, Miss
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Taken from the supplement to the Auckland Weekly News, 26 November 1914, p39.

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Showing a montage of twelve photographs depicting the garden fete to support the Belgian cause held at Marivare, the residence of Mrs R A Carr, at Epsom, Auckland. Descriptions of the photographs: 1. Highland dancing. 2. A woman collecting funds (or serving food?) 3. Vendors of sweets. 4. People in the grounds at Marivare after the opening of the fete. 5. Mrs Edgar, treasurer. 6. Left to right: Mrs E R Bloomfield, Mrs Von Sturmer, Mrs Robert Burns, Mr Robert Burns, Mrs T Hope Lewis, Mrs R A Carr, Mrs A M Myers, and Mrs George Bloomfield. 7. Miss Greig. 8. People dancing. 9. A woman serving tea. 10. Morris dancers. 11. Mr Robert Burns officially opening the fete. 12. Two women entertainers.