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A photo linked to an early Tauranga family has The Elms volunteers scratching their heads about where the photo was taken.
It was donated by former Elms guide Myra Millar only four weeks before her death last Sunday and now adorns the office in the grounds of the historic mission station.
Elms receptionist Audrey King has issued a public appeal to help identify where in Tauranga the photo was taken. The age of the house suggests it was taken in the 1920s. Miss Millar told her that the photo had sat above the fireplace of her grandparents' Tauranga home, but she had never asked them where it was taken.