The Mothers' Union was the main organisation for lay (non-professional) Anglican women. This is a Mothers' Union parade in Christchurch in the 1930s. The women hold banners identifying the branches of the organisation they belong to. They are led by a nun holding a large and ornate cross.
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Christchurch Anglican Diocesan Archives
Reference: Mother's Union Papers
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