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The Salvation Army established itself in Palmerston North in 1884. An emergency lodge was opened by the Salvation Army's Territorial Commander, Colonel E.R. Elliot, 28 June 1973. The lodge provided accommodation for six men and ten women and children. $36,000 was spent purchasing the property and making alterations. In 1975 a three-bed roomed extension was built to provide more accommodation.

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2010P_C62_3481
Title
Salvation Army Emergency Lodge, 3 Victoria Avenue
Relation
Public Photograph Collection C 62
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Palmerston North
Date
June 28, 1973

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Manawatu Evening Standard

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