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The horse-drawn vehicles are standing outside the second All Saints Anglican Church, in use 1982-1914. Alongside the wooden church can be seen the former Borough Council building and in the distance is the distinctive wooden clock tower of the Occidental Hotel, which stood on the corner of Fitzherbert Avenue and The Square. Picnics were a common social activity and the annual church picnic an important event.

Identification

Object type
Image
Digitisation ID
2010N_C15_3314
Title
Parishioners of All Saints Church departing on a picnic, Church Street
Held In
Coolstore
Relation
Public Photograph Collection C15
Date
1901

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Creation

Created By
Place
Church Street, Palmerston North

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Taxonomy

Tags
bicycles,
buildings,
entertainment,
leisure,
photographs,
relaxation,
religion,
transposrt,
Community Tags
all saints church,
bicycles,
bonnets,
boys,
bus,
churches,
clergy,
clock,
clothing,
cycling,
hats,
horse-drawn vehicles,
horses,
occidental hotel,
people,
steeple,

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