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Writer’s Lasting Legacy: Forbes Advocate, 15 March, 2008

A new cultural organisation was founded in Forbes last weekend to preserve, promote and build upon the literary legacy left by French-Australian writer, Paul Wenz [see below]

Author’s work lives on: Forbes Advocate, 11 March 2008

Forbes Shire Council plans to make a hand-bound book of short stories by Paul Wenz available to the public after bookbinder Sabine Pierard presented her editon to Mayor Rhonda Keane yesterday [see below]

Writer honoured at home: Forbes Advocate, 9 February 2008

Paul Wenz was honoured in his home country this month as the Mayor of Reims, Jean-Louis Schneiter, officiated at a ceremony ‘dans le Salon Grand Mars de l’Hotel de Ville >>

Cultural exchanges tie Forbes and France: Forbes Advocate, 4 November 1993

Current cultural exchanges are re-inforcing the well recognised historic ties between Forbes and France [see below]

Historical relics from Nanima Station: Forbes Advocate, 3 July, 1959

When the secretary of Forbes Historical Society, Mr Athol Gunn, accompanied by a representative of [the Forbes Advocate], visited Nanima Station, the property of the Estate of the late Paul Wenz, this week, he obtained a number of Australian relics which will be of the greatest value … [see below]

Forbes Advocate, 15 March, 2008

Forbes Advocate, 11 March 2008

Forbes Advocate, November 1993

Forbes Advocate, 3 July 1959

More on Merrill’s project work >>

Content created on 3 March 2008, and posted on this site 23 January 2011.  Permalink: https://merrillfindlay.com/?page_id=1621

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