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Main Title: Royal Historical Society of Victoria [RHSV]: History news
Publisher: Melbourne, Vic. : Royal Historical Society of Victoria.
Collation: Periodicals in box.
Subject: Royal Historical Society of Victoria
Historical societies - Periodicals
1981 to 2008 in periodical box 46.

No. 281 JUN-JUL 2009: RHSV Foundation launched p1. The future of the RHSV / Prof. Bill Russell p4.

No. 282 JUL-AUG 2009: History week Oct 25 to Nov 1 p1. RHSV wins award in Sir Rupert Hamer Records Management Awards 2008 p1,3. Nonie and Harcourt Long retire from the RHSV p2. RHSV Foundation starts on a solid footing p2. Great sources of public information: Victorian Parliamentary Papers p5.

No. 283 SEP-OCT 2009: Kate Prinsley awarded Churchill Fellowship p1. Obituary: The Honourable John Harber Phillips AC QC p2. New exhibition: '100 years of collecting' p3. Another grand historical landmark bites the dust [Lonsdale House] / Robin Grow p5. Around the societies p7.

No. 284 NOV-DEC 2009: Centenary garden party in Edwardian style day excursion [to 'Imaretta', Merricks North, home of Weston and Janice Bate 29th Nov.] p1. Obituary: Leslie W. Carver p2. Obituary: Marjorie Tipping p2. Robert Law exhibition Feb-Apr 2010 p3. Photographer unknown: a new exhibition at the Monash University Museum of Art which challenges the historian's discipline of using the photograph as evidence p5.

No. 285 FEBRUARY 2010: RHSV President Andrew Lemon reports on the year ahead p1. Robert Law exhibition 16 Feb - 16 April p3. Letters of a nation / Liz Bath p5.

No. 286 APRIL 2010: History curriculum deserves more ticks / Don Gibb p5.

No. 287 JUNE 2010: News from our AGM p2. Obituary: Jean Uhl 1912-2010 p3. Obituary: Maureen Goldie p3. Helen Broad (poem) / Weston Bate p3.

No. 288 AUGUST 2010: RHSV conference: Facts and fables: making local history - to be held 28-29 August 2010 (insert). An inspiring and rewarding tour: Kate Prinsley reports on her recent six week Churchill Fellowship in the UK and US p5.

No. 289 SEPTEMBER 2010: Fact and fable in local history / Graeme Davison (insert).

No. 290 NOVEMBER 2010.

No. 291 FEBRUARY 2011: Obituaries: Major Dr E.W.O. (Warren) Perry p2. Dr Murray Linton Verso p2. Nicholas Garlick p2. No. 292 APRIL 2011: Obituary: Joyce Thorpe Nicholson 1919-2011 p2. Researching for the stars [Who do you think you are? Television show] / Megan Gibson p5. No. 293 JUNE 2011. No. 293 JUL / AUG 2011. No. 294 SEPT / OCT 2011. No. 295 NOV / DEC 2011.

No. 298 FEBRUARY 2012: Hugh Anderson 85th birthday p1. Obituary: Barbara Nixon OAM FRHSV p2. Award of merit: Wemyss Struss, Stratford Historical Society p3.

No. 299 APRIL 2012: Exhibition: Melbourne theatres in transition: the impact of screen on stage p3. Hugh Anderson 85th birthday p5.

No. 300 JUNE 2012.

No. 301 JULY 2012: Vale: Dr Rod Benjamin OAM p2.

No. 302 SEPTEMBER 2012: New librarian: Jason Odering p2. Cataloguing and collections management p6.

No. 303 NOVEMBER 2012: Exhibition: A history of Brighton: growing history's grass roots p3. Professor Weston Arthur Bate: cause celebre / June Mayo Carolan p5.

No. 304 FEBRUARY 2013: New exhibition and book launch: Fear God and honour the King: HMAS Melbourne (1) 1913-1928. New Australian history research program for prospective postgraduate research students: University of Ballarat p5. Avenues of honour research project.

No. 305 APRIL 2013: History in the national curriculum p7.

No. 306 JUNE 2013: Right Royal exhibition: the legacy of the British monarchy in Victoria part 1 p4.

No. 307 JULY 2013: Right Royal' exhibition part 2 / Dr Jill Evans p4.

No. 308 SEPTEMBER 2013: A state of uncertainty: RHSV and the Drill Hall p2. Legal deposit at the State Library of Victoria p2. How to deal with mould on collection material p8.

No.309 NOVEMBER 2013: Our past need not be written off as history / Professor Stuart Macintyre p5. Melbourne Observatory: 150th anniversary p6. Merton history book launch p7.

No. 310 FEBRUARY 2014: Teaching Australian history: another take / Richard Broome p11.

No. 311 APRIL 2014: Our Nell [Nellie Stewart]: one of the many highlights of the Face2Face Exhibition p3. Writing the history of state secondary education in Leongatha / Lyn Skillern p4. Rebuilding Yackandandah Museum after the 2006 fire / Vin Reynolds p5. Reviewing the curriculum and reviewing the review - 'The Australian curriculum: history' / Dr Rosalie Triolo p7.

No. 312 JUNE 2014: The Romsey Red Cross signature quilt p3. Writing the history of Victorian mechanics' institutes [Pam Baragwanath] p5. Vale: Trevor John Hart MA p6. Ballarat: preserving an historic urban landscape p7.

No. 313 AUGUST 2014: Mystery of 'The Red Cross nurse' (song) p3. Red Cross music making and fund raising during the war p4. Vera Deakin and the Red Cross Enquiry Bureau p5. Portrait of Lenore Frost p7. Time to rally for the Drill Hall! p8. Recovering the West Melbourne Literary Institute / Ken James p12. Mandeville Crescent Gates / Steve Stefanopoulos p15.

No. 314 OCTOBER 2014: History Week p3. Banyule Homestead subdivision: a personal view / Janine Rizzetti p4. The role of Mornington Peninsula's Local History Co-ordinator / Sally Robins p5. RHSV at the crossroads: time to act! [insecurity of tenure at the Drill Hall] / Don Garden p6.

No. 315 DECEMBER 2014: Lake Corrong Homestead p5. Les O'Callaghan: a hero of local history [Warrnambool Historical Society] p8.

No. 316 FEBRUARY 2015: Exhibition: Postcards: stories from the Mornington Peninsula p4. Heritage and preservation in a neo-liberal society [development in Melbourne] / Chips Sowerwine p10. A new date for Australia Day? / Don Garden p12.

No. 317 APRIL 2015: Writing Alfred Howitt p8.

No. 318 JUNE 2015: Nail can to knighthood: the life of Sir Macpherson Robertson [exhibition] p3. The future of the Parramatta Female Factory p8.

No. 319 AUGUST 2015: Opening of the MacRobertson exhibition p2. An insight into the life of Sir Macpherson Robertson / by his grandson David Robertson p5. Moonee Ponds Courthouse restoration p8. Celebrating 50 years: Castlemaine Historical Society p9.

No. 321 DECEMBER 2015: Vale: John David Adams 1935-2015 p2. Now or never: more needed to face increasing threats to heritage / Michael Buxton p6. Imminent demolition of the Princess Mary Club p7.

No. 322 FEBRUARY 2016: Obituary Doug Gunn / Andrew Lemon p2. National Heritage listing of Burke and Wills Sites p3. History of the Supreme Court p4. 'Ngara' The Whitlam House: How not to protect heritage / Don Garden p6. How to conceptualise and understand the problems society wants to forget [talk by Shurlee Swain at the Victorian Community History Awards] p8.

No. 323 APRIL 2016: Tributes to Dr John Hirst / Carole Woods and Diana Phoenix p3. Twenty-six years of partnership-with no regrets [Malvern Historical Society] / Jane Nigro and Ellen Porter p4. Showcasing the RHSV Collection p5. La Trobe's Cottage Garden Recreated p12.

No. 323 APRIL 2016: Tributes to Dr John Hirst / Carole Woods and Diana Phoenix p3. Twenty-six years of partnership-with no regrets [Malvern Historical Society] / Jane Nigro and Ellen Porter p4. Showcasing the RHSV Collection p5. La Trobe's Cottage Garden Recreated p12.

No. 324 JUNE 2016: Two serving members of the RHSV council recognised in the Australia Day honours for 2016 [Don Garden OAM and Jane Coleman] / Andrew Lemon p3. Bridging the Technology Divide [Lilydale historical society collections] p7. Theatre history from rubbish skip to digital display [Theatre Heritage Australia Inc scanning photos] p12.

No. 325 JULY 2016: Essendon Historical Society devestated by fire p3. Phillip Island and District Historical Society cataloguing p5. The Melbourne mansion (part 1) p7. Steiglitz State School / Fiona Gray p11.

No.326 SEPTEMBER 2016: Unveiling of historical monument at Malmsbury Reservoir / Ron Andrew p4. The local history map / Graeme Davison p7. Historic home demolished [Forres, 3 Edward Street Kew] p8. The Melbourne mansion part 2 p11.

No.327 NOVEMBER 2016: Melbourne and suburbs remembered / Richard Broome p4. Obituary Frank Ford 17/4/1927-12/7/2016 p7. Introducing Cheryl Griffin p10.

No.328 FEBRUARY 2017: The many faces of Hector Crawford p3. Helen Coulson OAM honoured p4. Echuca Historical Society excels p5. Vale Peter Holloway 23/8/1943-19/10/16 p8/ Moorabbin Historical Society's WW1 memorial project p9. Remembering Melbourne launched and acclaimed p12.

No.329 APRIL 2017: RHSV Councillor profiles: Dr Rosalie Triolo p4. Australia day honours for RHSV members [Patricia Grimshaw AO and Margaret Birtley AM] p5. Trove here we come [RHSV catalogue going on to Trove] p6. Making history- a winning community event [Red Cliffs & District Historical Society] p7. Duldig Studio documentaries p8. Footscray Historical Society Inc. p9. Melbourne Total Abstinence Society 175th p12.

No.330 JUNE 2017: Vale Hugh Anderson, teacher, scholar and FRHSV p3. Tribulations of an Historical Society [Dimboola and District Historical Society] p5. Genealogical Society collection at RHSV p6. Saving a musical heritage [Australian Jazz Museum] / Mel Forbes p8.

No.331 JULY 2017: Falsely accused: Westgarthtown Germans during WW1 p3. RHSVs new heritage committee p6. Quiet achiever: Heryfield and Districts Historical Society p7. The fate of Melbourne Hotels: symptom of our heritage in danger p8. James Dixon MBA, B.Com. B.Ed, FCPA, Councillor / Richard Broomes p9.

No.332 SEPTEMBER 2017: Sports' Great War [Bruce Sloss] p3. Halls of Fame [Victoria Hall Colac] p5. Murtoa Railway Station Renaissance p6. Heritage: tragic losses and a partial victoiry [Great Western Hotel, Dodgshun House, Eastern Hill Hotel, Robur Tea House, Queen Victoria Market] / Charles Sowerwine p7. Nhill Aviation Heritage Centre Inc. a big project for a little town p9.

No.333 NOVEMBER 2017: Vale Weston Arthur Bate OAM FRHSV (1924-2017) p3. Halls of fame: one of the best: the Moyarra School p7. Our newest councilor is a lifelong learner [Dr Noel Turner] p8. Belonging: the Victorian Community History Awards 2017 p9. Website review: the invisible farmer project p10.

No.334: FEBRUARY 2018: The very model of a modern-day historian: Donald Menzies Gibb 1937-2017 / Carole Woods p3. From Melbourne to Cape Town and on to Cairo in 1922 [Jessie Webb and Georgina Sweet] / Margaret O'Callaghan p4. Hall of fame going the distance [Olympic games 1956, West Essendon Progress Association Hall and the rubbish tip] p5. Margaret Anderson: service and creative leadership p6. David Thompson: a creative yet grounded volunteer p6. Polish museum in Footscray p9.

No.335 APRIL 2018: Halls of fame: Inverleigh Public Hall and Mechanics Institute- the little hall that grew p6. Another historic hotel in danger: heritage committee acts [Sarah Sands Hotel] p7. Fifty years of steady achievement: the Eltham and District Historical Society p8. Murders in Melbourne-Glenroy p9. A little-known specialist library in Melbourne [Royal United Services Institute] p10. Around the societies [Adam Lindsay Gordon, Balwyn, Bellarine, Camperdown, Carisbrook, Carlton, Coburg, East Melbourne, Eltham, Family History Connections, Friends of Gulf Station, Goldfields, Hastings-Westernport, Heidelberg, Kew, Kilmore, Lilydale, Linton, Mallacoota, Nillumbik, Port Melbourne, St John Ambulance, Wendish Heritage] p11.

No.336 JUNE 2018: Vera Deakin's world of humanity p3. Halls of fame: the Fryerstown Hall-The Burke and Wills Institute p5. Good news on heritage! [Land Titles Office] p8. Bright star for London [Christine Worthingon] / Richard Broome p7. A distinguished and activist councillor [Charles Sowerwine] / Richard Broome p10. Murders in Melbourne-Richmond / Noel Turner p11/. Around the societies [Balwyn, Bright, Brighton Cemetorians, Brunswick Community, Civil Aviation, Cobram, Colac, Hawthorn, Horsham, Malvern, Middle Park, Morwell, Ouyen, Seymour, St John Ambulance, Yarra Glen] / Glenda Beckley p12.

No.337 JULY 2018: Halls of fame: Creswick Town Hall: gold, art and a funeral / Margaret Fullwood p4. Historical societies and local heritage: a call to action / Chips Sowerwine p6. Wide experience and a passion for volunteering [George Fernando] / Richard Broome p7. Murders in Melbourne: Collingwood / Dr Noel Turner p8. One hundred years of Puddin' [100th anniversary of The Magic Pudding] p9. History House Warrnambool p10. Mick Ward's suitcase / Judy Davies p11. Aorunf the societies [Anglesea, Balwyn, Box Hill, Carlton, Coburg, Daylesford, East Melbourne, Eltham, Glen Eira, Inverloch, Kilmore, Learmonth, Malmsbury, Maryboroough, Morwell, Paynesville, Port Melbourne] p14.

No.338 SEPTEMBER 2018: The costume collection [Bryan and Loel Thompson's private museum The Costume Collection] / Marilyn Bowler p3. Halls of fame: Toongabbie Mechanics' Institute p7. A taste of leadership and service [Elizabeth Jackson] / Richard Broome p8. Volunteer brings a range of skills [Chris Manchee] p8. Vale Noel Turner / Richard Broome p9. Murder in Melbourne: Northcote p10. Save the Snowy Rail Bridge p11. Threats to heritage: from Beaumaris and Northcote to Fed Square [27 Mariemont Avenue Beaumaris, London Chartered Banks Northcote, Fitzroy Gasworks site, Federation Square] / Charles Sowerwine p12. Around the societies [Balwyn, Benalla, Bungaree, Fitzroy, Friends of Cheltenham Regional Cemeteries, Friends of Gulf Station, Gisborne and Mount Macedon, Koriot, Leongatha, Lilydale, Nepean, Phillip Island, Port Fairy, Rye, Sandringham, Sunshine, Warracknabeal, Warragul] p13.

No.339 DECEMBER 2018: Dr Joan Hunt `944-2018: community historian extraordinaire p3. The Victorian Community History Awards turn twenty p4. Halls of fame: the Yanakie Hall p5. Heritage report [Guildford Lane, Hardware Lane, Southbank Heritage Review, Fishermans Bend Heritage Review, Hoddle Grid Heritage Review, Federation Square, Queen Victoria Market, Corkman Hotel] / Charles Sowerwine p6. Murders in St Kilda / Noel Turner p8. James Lerk's merit award p9. Catherine Ellis: pioneer of Prahran / Vicki Salkin p10. Around the societies [Anglesea, Box Hill, Carlton, Castlemaine, Cranbourne, Friends of St. Kilda Cemetery, Gisborne, Horsham, Malmsbury, Paynesville Maritime, Richmond and Burnley, Shepparton Heritage Centre, St John Ambulance, Trafalgar] p11.

No.340 FEBRUARY 2019: How an old photograph brought a derelict gravestone back to life [Sarah Horn Walhalla cemetery] / Rose Raymen p4. Hall of fame: Kongwak's valley of peace / Jillian Durance p6. Frank and the legendary Chiko Roll [Frances McEnroe] / Suzanne Smith p7. Pankaj Sirwani p8. Journey to the maddest place on earth [mental health in Victoria] / Jill Giese p9. Around the societies [Balmoral, Bendigo, Box Hill, Brighton Cemetorians, East Loddon, Goldfields/Dunolly, Fitzroy, Port Fairy, Port Phillip Pioneers, Stawell, Yarrawonga Mulwala] p10. Broadford and district historical society p12. The Royal Historical Society Victoria's new web site p13.

No.341 APRIL 2019: Bass strait lighthouses and a Japanese reconnaissance flight in 1942 / Rose Raymen p4. Our youngest Councillor [Lucy Bracey] / Richard Broome p6. Hall of fame: Eaglehawk Mechanics' Institute and Free Library / Pam Baragwanath p7. The struggle over local heritage [Queen Victoria Markets, Corkman Hotel and others and heritage overlay] / Chips Sowerwine p8. Capturing the story of art-Art Captured [Murchison and the Hans-Wolter murals] / Kay Ball p9. Around the societies [Australian Garden History, Brighton Cemetorians, Camperdown, Carlton, Civil Aviation, Fitzroy, Friends and Relations of Gulf Station, Geelong Museum, Hotham, Leongatha, Lilydale, Maldon, Malvern, Maryborough, Mornington, Plenty, Uniting Church, Warrnambool, Waverley] p11.

No.342 JUNE 2019: A celebration of community historians at the RHSV's AGM p4. Heritage report: Newport railway workshops p6. Secrets from the Mallacoota bunker: a documentary film p8. Cathy Butcher: new Councillor enriches our skills / Richard Broome p10. Halls of fame: Horticultural Hall, Victoria Street Melbourne / Luke Savage p11. Around the societies [Box Hill, Camperdown, Carlton, Coburg, Echuca, Eltham, Fitzroy, Heidelberg, Lake Bolac and District, Rye, Stawell]

Result Collection Location Shelf No Status Notes
Periodicals Stacks Periodical Box 116 Available No. 14 Feb 1981 to 1996
Periodicals Stacks Periodical Box 115 Available 1997 to 2008