No. 1 AUTUMN 2010: Gold fever in Essendon / Marilyn Kenny p3-8. The naming of Essendon / Bob Chalmers p9-14. John Murray Peck of Lebanon: our link to Cobb and Co. p15-16. John Oliver: our first curator / Bob Chalmers p17-18. What was it like at Anzac: a letter home by Julius (Ru) Jacobson p19-20, edited by Bob Chalmers. No. 2 SPRING 2010: The sad story of the Ascot Vale Presbyterian Church p2. The Anderson family of Horseshoe Bend, Keilor / Christine Laskowski p3. Early athletics in Essendon / Ian Williams p8. Bruce and Burke (1858-1863) [John Bruce and Robert O'Hara Burke] / Marilyn Kenny p13. The McConville family: Essendon pioneers / Bob Chalmers p23.
No. 3 AUTUMN 2011: Walter Woodroffe Mantell (Vicar) St Thomas's [Church of England], Moonee Ponds 1874-84 / Marilyn Kenny p3. Reminiscences of 'Travancore' (formerly known as 'Flemington House') / E.N. Glass p12. George Parsons: a prominent businessman p18. Alexander McCracken and the North Park Mansion [now property of Columban Order] / Bob Chalmers p23. No. 4 SPRING 2011: Thomas Lidbetter: a sea faring man / Tom Maguire p3. The set of the sails [the life of Alan Villiers] / Betty Knight p6. Recollections of Mrs Mary Ovens [extracts from the Essendon Gazette 8 Jun 1911] p15. Memories of Robert Ovens [extract from McJunkin's History of Essendon] p16. Recollections of the my childhood days in Essendon / Mrs Jessie Williams (nee Bottoms) p19. Edward Byan Wight of Kensington: father of the borough / Bob Chalmers p26. Smugglers Cave and the Wine Hall / Peter Willoughby p30.
No. 5 AUTUMN 2012: Puckle Street, Moonee Ponds c1950s (photo) p1. Who was Moonee? [origins of name 'Moonee Ponds'] / Marilyn Kenny p3. St Andrew's Anglican Church: 'an integral part of the Aberfeldie community' / Lorraine Rogers p9. Robert Ovens: recollections of the 1860s p18. Our unknown Anzac: Lt. John Edmund Marshall / Marilyn Kenny p23. The early history of Puckle Street / Bob Chalmers p25.
No. 6 AUTUMN 2013: Reminiscences of Daniel Wilson: a digger of 1852 p3. The forgotten gunners of Keilor Road, World War 2 / Peter Willoughby p8. A brief history of the South Essendon Methodist Church / Bob Chalmers p11. Our past - their present and future [Essendon High School] / Betty Knight p15.
No. 7 SPRING 2013: Daniel Wilson: the wives and women in his life: Frances Alley 1830-1868 and Alice Jackson 1845-1921 / M. Kenny p3. William Eastwood of Midgley and Moonee Ponds [includes James Thomas Wellard 1826-1899] / Anne Herdman p8. Grand visions: 20th century suburban planning of East Keilor and district / Lorraine Rogers p16. Austerity to prosperity: East Keilor reminiscences 1950s-1980s / Lorraine Rogers p21.
No. 8 WINTER 2014: Scottish settlers [Richard Gibson; Dalmahoy Campbell; Alex Smith; John Murray Peck of 'Mascoma' and 'Lebanon'; William Hudson of Peck, Raynor and Hudson; Mrs Catherine Campbell] p3. The Herweg family of Essendon p9. John Cowan Cochrane, our first teacher turned grazier p15. Land links: St Bernard's College and St Bernard's Estate, East Keilor p18.