[Letter acknowledging receipt of a letter expressing sympathy from the Auckland District Fire Brigades on the occasion of the death of New Zealand's prime minister, Richard John Seddon]

William Hall-Jones, Writer

1906
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Maker and Role
William Hall-Jones, Writer
Production Date
1906
Description
Address from Prime Minister's Office - New Zealand Prime Minister's Office Wn.
Dear Sir,
I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter conveying an expression of sympathy from The Auckland District Fire Brigade Association, on the occasion of the death of New Zealand's Late Prime Minister, The Right Honourable Richard John Seddon.
In reply, I have to inform you that your message has been communicated to the members of Mr Seddon's family and to his late colleagues and I desire to convey to you their and my own grateful thanks for your tribute to the memory of the great statesman who has passed from among us. His death is a national loss, and the genuine and universal sorrow that has been evoked by his untimely end, shows the great place he filled in the hearts of the people of New Zealand and The Empire - Yours very sincerely, Wm Hall Jones
Physical Description
1 leaf : illustrations ; 60 x 50 cm
Signature/Marks
Prime Ministers Office 1906 to Auckland District Fire Brigades Hand-written
J & C Capper, Manukau Road, Parnell - painters, paperhangers, sign writers, glaziers, picture frame makers Maker's Plate
Accession No
06-304
Credit Line
William Hall-Jones. 1906. [Letter acknowledging receipt of a letter expressing sympathy from the Auckland District Fire Brigades on the occasion of the death of New Zealand's prime minister, Richard John Seddon], 06-304. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).
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