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Waikouaiti Karitane Parish
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Sawyers Bay Parish, Dunedin
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North Taieri/Mosgiel Parish
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Mornington Parish
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Maungatua Parish
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Leith Valley, Dunedin
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Knox Church, Dunedin
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First Church, Dunedin
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Coastal Unity Parish
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Brockville Community Church
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Wakari Parish, Dunedin
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Protest at Operation Phineas
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Mrs K.G. Fulton, first warden of Salmond College
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Rev. J. M. Bates
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Rev. John Murray
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Theological Hall Staff 1969
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Miss I. Paterson, Matron of Knox College
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Miss Mary Salmond and Doctor J. D. Salmond lay the foundation stone of the residential hall named after them while Dr. H J Ryburn looks on, 1969
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Foundations of Salmond Hall, 1969
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Sister Helen Hercus and Miss Mary Salmond stand by the foundation stone for Salmond Hall, November 1969
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