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Old 26-11-2005, 10:09 PM
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Wendy
I was Lae born & bred, have loved looking at your pictures. Are you after old photos of Lae? What are you using them for? My parents moved to Lae in 1963 as newlyweds from Scotland and stayed until 1985. I know they have a lot of old photos, slides etc. Let me know if you're interested.
Gillian
Hi Gillian,

Sorry I haven't been in touch before this - I had a wedding to organize for my daughter and have been away a lot in the last couple of months. I am particularly looking for post-war to Independence photos of PNG, especially Lae; we have a unique heritage and I think it should be preserved. Who were your parents, BTW, and what did they do in Lae?

Cheers, Wendy
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