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Journalist Tina White's weekly "Memory Lane" article in the Manawatū Standard. The origins of the soon-to-be demolished Wesley Methodist Church decorative alterpiece, also called a reredos. It was created almost 50 years ago by Maurice Shailer, descendant of a prominent pioneer Palmerston North family. The Shailer family have strong links with the church. The reredos is planned to be incorporated in a new church building.

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Image
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2020Pa_IMCA-DigitalArchive_030566
Title
Memory Lane - "Removing a reredos"
Format
Born Digital
Held In
IMCA Digital Archive
Original held in
Manawatū Standard
Date
2020-02-29

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Palmerston North

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church artefacts,
church buildings,
maurice shailer,
memory lane,
shailer family,
st paul's methodist church,
wesley broadway church,
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