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Reverend Father P.C. Costello died in Palmerston North 7 December 1912. The funeral was very large with 50 priests from all over the district attending. The procession is shown at the corner of Broad Street (now Broadway) and The Square.

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2007N_C26_A-E_0300
Title
Funeral procession of Father Costello
Relation
Public Photograph Collection C 26
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Coolstore

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Palmerston North
Date
1912

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