This carefully posed photograph shows the Rockstrow family, who were of German extraction, in the 1890s. John Frederick Rockstrow (far left) was a doctor working among miners on the West Coast when he married Anna Gapper (far right) in 1873. They settled in Manawatū and had eight children.
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Palmerston North City Library
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