Andy and Mara Silich of the Dargaville Yugoslav Social Club’s kola group strike a pose. Clubs were formed in Auckland, Kaitāia, Dargaville, Whāngārei and Wellington. They served as social and cultural centres where people could practise the language. Some clubs also attempted to serve a benevolent role for the unemployed during the 1930s depression.
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