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Main Title: National Trust of Australia: Victoria Magazine 2015-
Collation: Magazines on shelf : pbk ; 33 cm
Subject: National Trust of Australia (Vic.)
Historic buildings and structures
Periodicals
Conservation and restoration
Victoria
Notes:
Continues on from: Vic News: the magazine of the National Trust of Australia (Victoria).

No. 1 FEBRUARY 2015: History by night / Michael Magnussan and Felicity Watson p5. National Trust heritage festival 2015: conflict and compassion p7. Goldfields heritage month p8. Conflict and compassion at Como House / Michael Magnusson p11. Legacy of Gough Whitlam / Ray Tonkin p12. Real cider at Rippon Lea / Justin Buckley p13. Miss Fisher's Costume exhibition preview p15. Advocacy in action: Total House (170 Russell Street, Melbourne); demolition by neglect; Palace Theatre p16-17. Gallipoli Oaks project p21. Taxidermy at Tasma Terrace p23.

No. 2 MAY 2015: Antique Roadshow comes to Labassa / Felicity Watson p6. Made in Maribyrnong [explosives] / Felicity Watson p8. Building Bendigo: the legacy of William Vahland / Lauren Mitchell p10. Marinelli returns to Flinders Street [sculpture] p17. The Heights, Geelong / Dr Jessica Hood p19. Dressing Essie Davis: in conversation with Marion Boyce, costume designer p20. Advocacy watchlist: Flinders Street Station, Melbourne Planning Scheme amendment C240, Sunbury Rings cultural landscape, Palace Theatre, Total House, Historic urban landscape, Ballarat, Queen Victorian Market, Mayday Hills Asylum, Regional landscape assessment studies, Point Nepean lease agreement, The separation tree, Wesley Church and Princess Mary Club p24-5. Obituary: Professor Evan Herbert Walker, AO 1935-2015 / Ian Wight p28.

No. 3 AUGUST 2015: Lord Casey statue unveiled in Berwick p2. New succulents garden at Barwon Park, Winchelsea p3. Hidden treasures at Como p4. 'Heritage at your touch' website p6. Garden Party exhibition at Tasma Terrace p8. The new Grimwade Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation p12. Sunbury Rings Cultural Landscape p14. New film at portable iron houses p16. The historic garden at Rippon Lea p19. Advocacy watch list: Bendigo East State School; Heritage Act reform; Moonee Valley significant tree review; Frogmore, Carnegie; Mayday Hills Hospital; Ngare, Kew; Queen Victoria Market; Royal Park; Bourke Hill Precinct; Palace Theatre; Progress 2015; Gallipoli Oaks Project p20. Letters: Role of the Melbourne Metropolitan Board of Works in heritage protection / David Rae p22. Vale: Jean Margaret Williams 1920-2015; George Ronald (Ron) West 1927-2015; Dorothy Minkoff died 2015 p22.

No. 4 NOVEMBER 2015: Ballarat's cast iron heritage p2. Maremmas to patrol Mooramong p2. Barwon Park exhibition: Love, revenge and haute couture p4. At Labassa room 6 x 8 / Vicki Shuttleworth p9. Victorian splendour [former drapery store, Pearce's Drapery Warehouse, 143-5 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy] / Michael Magnussen p10. Phillips Shirts [Little Lonsdale Street] / Felicity Watson p12. Remembering William Cooper [Kristallnacht protest] / Shane Gradkowski p14. Return to Hanging Rock [exhibition at Mulberry Hill] / Cara-Ann Simpson p16. Curiosites of Labassa / Anne Little p18. Advocacy watchlist: Bendigo East Anzac Avenue; Hoddle grid density controls; Mayday Hills Hospital; Former Rootes Factory, Fishermans Bend; Hume Highway; Caulfield Rest Home; 'Ngara', Kew; Orica site, Deer Park; Tarran Valley, Maldon; Nichols Point School, Mildura; Palace Theatre; W Class Trams p24-5.

No. 5 FEBRUARY 2016: Towards a National Trust [history] / Alexandra Hill p3. Finding Dungatar [fictional town] / Felicity Watson p4. In the garden [historic gardens] / Justin Buckley p5. Trust advocacy - 2016 and beyond, part 1: the state of play in metropolitan Melbourne p7. Recasting Fishermans Bend / Felicity Watson p8. The day that shook Russell Street [bombing] / Martin Green p10. Rediscovering Henry Handel Richardson ['Lake View', Chiltern] / Graeme Charles p14. Secrets of Georgiana's sewing box [Georgiana McCrae] / Michelle Derrick p18. Celebrate 60 years of the Trust at historic Mt Sturgeon p20. Advocacy watchlist: 63 The Strand, Newport; Bendigo East Anzac Avenue; Headlie Taylor House, 129-131 Durham Road, Sunshine; Alphington Paper Mills 1954 boiler house; Fishermans Bend; Horseshoe Bend, Walhalla; Mentone Hotel; Queen Victoria Market; W Class Trams; 'Ngara', Kew; Tarran Valley, Maldon; You Yangs Sand Mine p22.

No. 6 MAY 2016: The Trust farewells Martin Purslow p2. Trust advocacy - 2016 and beyond, part 2: the state of play in regional Victoria / Anna Foley p5. Against the grain: a future for historic silos / Felicity Watson p6. Rippon Lea highlights: the art of Kinkarakami / Elizabeth Anya-Petrivna p8. Claire Adams Mackinnon: the movie star who went to war / Heather L. Robinson p11. Facing death at Old Melbourne Gaol [executions] / Trevor Poultney p12. 60 years of Melbourne's Olympic Village [Heidelberg West] / Robin Grow p14. Advocacy watchlist: 63 The Strand, Williamstown; Cremorne Maltings; Heritage Act review; Ballarat Railway Station Precinct; Fishermans Bend; Melbourne Metro Rail Project; Mount Leura, Camperdown; Former HM Pentridge Prison; Princess Mary Club; Palace Theatre, Bourke Street; Point Nepean; Skipping Girl Vinegar p18.

No.7 AUGUST 2016:60 Years of the National Trust in Victoria / James Lesh p3. Shaping Melbourne 60 Years of Advocacy in the CBD p6. Our Great Outdoors [National Trust properties with exceptional natural heritage] / Anna Folet p10. Our Gardens / Justin Buckley p12. Our Collections / Elizabeth Anya Petrivna p15. Toward Reconciliation / Alexandra Hill p18. A Regional Nomination got World Heritage Listing of the Victorian Goldfields / Paul Rosser p20. Labassa's Danish Decorator / Vicki Shuttleworth p23. Our Branches p24. Our Volunteers p26. Caring for Our Properties / Caitlin Mitropoulos p29. Vale Rodney Disney Davidson AO, OBE p34. Vale Inge King AO (1915-2016) p35.

No. 8 NOVEMBER 2016: Meet Simon Ambrose, CEO [new National Trust CEO] p3. Our volunteers [Roger Wilson, Polly Woodside] p4. In the garden [plant identification] p5. Nightlife: Evening wear of the 1920s and '30s / Elizabeth Anya-Petrivna p7. Melbourne Central turns 25 / Dale Campisi p8. Signs of life [ghostsigns] / Nick Gadd p10.Vale Scott Strachan p14. The Glenfern effect [Glenfern in St Kilda East] / Jacquie Byron p15. Tallangatta: The town that moved / National Trust Conservation and Advocacy Team p16. Layers and Pattern: A glimpse inside the Phyllis Murphy Collection p19.

No. 9 MAY 2017: Avenues of honour: a photographic exhibition p2. Going, going, gone: the crisis in traditional trade skills / Bronwyn Dunn and Rhonda Emery p3. Having a voice: highlights of the 2017 Australian Heritage Festival / Jessica Antolino and Jessica Hood p7. Nightlight: a fashion exhibition of the 1920s and 30s p10. Our collections [mourning clothes] / Martin Green p12. Advocacy watchlist [Melbourne Metro rail project, Ovoid Sewer Aqueduct, Red Cross Rest House, Richmond Maltings complex, Queen Victoria Market, Carlton Inn/ Corkman Irish pub, Burnham Beeches, Mr Buffalo Chalet, Sunbury Rings cultural landscape, Point Nepean National Park, Ballarat Station precinct redevelopment] p14.

No. 10 SPRING 2017: Making news [2017 winner of the Museums Australia (Victoria) award for excellence: Elizabeth Anya-Petrivna, Old Melbourne Gaol renovation] / Martin Green p6. Volunteer update [La Trobe's Cottage, Polly Woodside] / Emily Howell p8. Collections [the Brunswick Panatrope, Jesse Williams's diary] / Martin Green p10. A gateway to history: the gates of Como House / Alice McInnes p12. Living in landscape [street trees and St Kilda Road] / Justin Buckely p17. Advocacy watchlist [Queen Victoria Market, Sunbury Rings Cultural Landscape, Spurling House Brighton, Lind House Caulfield North, Richmond Henry Wall, Portland, Ballarat Station redevelopment, City of Melbourne heritage policy review, Shell House, 1 Spring Street, Melbourne, 1803 Collins Settlement Site Sorrento, West Gate Tunnel project, Dendy Street Beach, Mary Immaculate Church Ivanhoe] p18. Burnham Beeches / Jessica Hood p22. The laser-cut lightbox and other things: design students take on Labassa / Martin Green p24. Vale Carlotta Kellaway, 1925-2017 p28.

No. 11 AUTUMN 2018: Making news [Mooramong celebrates 80 years of Art Deco, Captain John Mills Cottage, Como fashion quarter, Como gates] p6. People [Justin Buckley, John Waters-Grouios] Emily Howell p8. Polly Woodside / Sam Tait p9. Happy 150th birthday Rippon Lea Estate / Alice McInnes p13. Advocacy watchlist [Melbourne Metro Rail Project, Tootgarook Wetland, Federation Square, Festival Hall, Sunbury Rings Cultural Landscape, West Gate Tunnel Project, Mount Buffalo Chalet, AMP Boiler House, Former Hoffman Brickworks, Former Smiths Nursery, Salisbury Place] p20. 2018 Australian Heritage Festival p22. In conversation with Sam Teed- volunteer gardener, Rippon Lea Estate / Alice McInnes p25.

No. 12 WINTER 2018: Super 70s [1970s exhibition at Rippon Lea] / Elizabeth Anya-Petrivna p14. Melbourne's search for a square [development of a civic square in Melbourne and Federation Square and the Apple building] / Graeme Davison p19. Advocacy watch list [Bayside mid-century modern heritage study, Maribyrnong City Council significant tree register, Epsom primary school building, St Vincent's Private Hospital Development, river red gum tree protection in Whittlesea, Newport Railway workshops, Queen Victoria Market, Former Hoffman brickworks, St Paul's Boy's Home Newhaven, HNVS Cerberus, Rice House Eltham, Vic Roads YanYean Roads upgrade] p24. In conversation with Nathan Cowan [Billson's Brewery in Beechworth] / Alice McInnes p33. Vale [David Francis, Judy Morrison, Barbara Bobbe] p35.

No. 13 SPRING 2018: People [ Alyce McCue and Kathleen Toohey p14. 2018 state election: make your vote count for Victoria's heritage p18. Membership: planning a vaction to Queensland-visit Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary p25. Advocacy watchlist [Federation Square, Hoddle Grid heritage review, Queen Victoria Market, Newport Masonic Hall, 1 Victoria Avenue Albert Park, Forward Surge, Moonee Valley amendment C179, Mornington Peninsula amendment C214, Yarra Ranges amendment C248, Mary Immaculate Church Ivanhoe, City of Melbourne amendment C305, 27 Mariemont Avenue Beaumaris] p27. Cultural education program at McCrae / Michelle Kiag p33. Living in the landscape / Justin Buckley p36. In conversation with Laurie Staub, head of engagement and Philanthropy p38. Creating heritage for the future [world's first 108 key concert piano built by Australia's only piano maker, Wayne Stuart and Beleura] / Anthony Knight p40. Vale Willys Keeble / Dr Celestina Sagazio p41.

No.14 AUTUMN 2019: Fernery appeal [Rippon Lea Fernery] / Laurie Staub p12. People [volunteers at Old Melbourne Gaol] / Eleanor Ballam p14. Beaumaris modern / Philip Goad p16. Citizen heritage / Brad Hooper p20. Spotlight on the register [Blackburn Lake and Bell Bird Streets] / Tony Kjar p22. Buried treasures and why heritage matters [Coles Book Arcade] / Charles Chambers p26. Advocacy watch list [Federation Square, cork oak at Lilydale station, Pompei's marine boat works and landing, Queen Victoria Market, Moreton Bay Figs Warrnambool, Corkman Irish Pub, Jubilee Park, Inverleigh wind farm, Queens Parade built form controls, Great Ocean Road, former ABC site 16 Selwyn Street Elsternwick, VEAC central west investigation] p30. Living in the landscape / Justin Buckely p40. Branches update [Inner West Branch, Geelong and Region Branch, Mornington Peninsula Branch] p42.

No.15 WINTER 2019: Making news [tree of the year 2019: river red gum Bulleen, Australian Heritage Festival 2019, Rippon Lea Estate reinterpretation, Port Fairy Motts' Cottage Captain Mills' Cottage and Port Fairy Powder Magazine, Napier Waller House] p10. National Volunteer Week 2019 p14. The Como approach [conserving Como House] / Samantha Westbrooke p17. Protecting Victoria's public art: a brief history of the National Trust Public Art Committee / Caitlin Mitropoulos p23. The Anton Gerner exhibition / Eleanor Thomas p26. Abercrombie House / Samantha Westbrooke p30. Advocacy watchlist [Federation Square, Melbourne gardens master plan, Footscray Psychiatric Centre, Corkmann Irish Public (Carlton) Inn, North East Link, Queen Victoria Market, Mirka Mora Mural, Fawkner Park, Queens Parade built form controls, Werribee Satellite Aerodrome, Moonee Valley significant trees, Newport Railways workshop] p33. Living in the landscape: following the macadamia / Justin Buckley p38. Branches update [Geelong and region branch, Mornington Peninsula branch, Inner West branch] p39. Vale [Enid Hookey, Eric Stokes] p42.

Vol.16 SPRING 2019: Making news [recreating the past, saving Rippon Lea's fernery, The Gruffalo trail arrives at Rippon Lea estate, Mooramong blossoms, Cross-cultural educatoopn program launches at McCra] p10. A pride of continental lions / Paul McIntyre p16. The Belfast conundrum - is this Australia's oldest unrestored residence / Marten A. Syme p20. History of Melbourne's department stories past and present / Rose Raymen p24. Avocacy watchlist [Budj Bim, Federation Square, Beaumaris Art Group studios, Distinctive areas and landscape program, Footscray psychiatric centre, Shepparton heritage strategy, 38 Grosvenor Street, Brighton, Continental Hotel, Sorrento, Eastern Freeway, Fawkner Park, Petersville factory, Dartmoor police station] p30. Living in the landscape / Justin Buckley p36.

No.17 AUTUMN 2020: Making news [Como appeal, Australian Heritage Festival, Indigenous dwelling at McCrae Homestead, Gulf Station Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Survey, Collections Databse, The Labassa story] p10. The Vintage Clothing Sale - Celebrating 10 years [21-22 March 2020] p16. Miss Fisher and the Crypt of Tears - The Exhibition [At Rippon Lea Estate 20 March - 19 July] p21. The Cat, Spivs and Crime [Collection of objects at Old Melbourne Gaol] p24. The Pryor House [Residential property in Glen Iris] p28. Conservation projects in 2020 p30. Advocacy Watchlist [History of LGBTIQ Victoria in 100 Places and Objects, Federation Square, Lake Tyrrell, Esme Johnston House, Moreland Significant Tree Register, Mary Immaculate Church--Ivanhoe, Sturt Street Gardens--Ballarat, Bacchus Marsh Avenue of Honour, Central Pier--Docklands, Beaconsfield Avenue of Honour, Queen Victoria Market, Tower Hill State Game Reserve] p40. 5 Top Australian Nature Walks [Bridle Track--Norfolk Island, Bald Head Walk Trail--Torndirrup National Park, Lake Dove Circuit--Cradle Mountain National Park, Wineglass Bay Beach to Hazards Beach, Giant Stairway--Katoomba] p44. Living in the Landscape [Tree of Knowledge at Barcaldine, Western QLD] / Justin Buckley p46. Vale [obituary for Bryan Powyer and Trevor Horman] p51.

No.18 WINTER 2020: A message from the chairman [COVID-19] p6. Message from the CEO [COVID-19] / Simon Ambrose p8. Rippon Lea Fernary p10. Victorian tree of the year [Bacchus Marsh Avenue of Honour crowned 2020 tree of the year p10. Rippon Lean drainage project grant p12. Barwon Park Shearing Shed p12. The Heights Water Tower p13. Mooramong: An Art Deco romance / Simon Pilbeam p24. Advocacy watchlist [Port COVID-19 planning, Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Garden World Heritage management plan review, Yarra River strategic plan, Newmarket station trees, Maldon design guidelines, Beaumaris Art Group Studios, Hepburn Heritage Strategy, Breedom House at 34 Were Street Brighton, Eastern Freeway, Footscray Psychiatric Centre, Esme Johnston House, Fawkner Park] p28. Child's play in the nineteenth century / Michelle King p32. The Rose St artists' Market / Christian Ferante p34. Celebrating 60 years of the Ballarat Branch / Dinah McCance p38. Our branches [Bass Coast, Geelong and Region, Inner West] p40. Vale [Jack Mundey, Ian Good] p44. Miss Fisher returns to Rippon Lea [Miss Fisher Crypt of Tears exhibition p48. [NB the format of the hard copy of this journal is because a hard copy was not published by the National Trust due to COVID, so it has been printed in house at the PMI. The page numbers above refer to each individual page of the double spread on the A4 page in the journal]



No.19 SPRING 2020: Message from the chairman [COVID and the National Trust] / Kristin Stegly p2. A message from the CEO [COVID and the National Trust] / Simon Ambrose p3. Making news: commitment to reconciliation p4. Conservation works [Como House, Labassa] p6. Spring in the gardens [National Trust gardens including Ripon Lea] / Georgina Crosling p8. After the fires: the spotted gums of the Mottle Range / Mark Antos p15. Honey fingers [urban beekeeping and Honey Fingers] / Minerva Holmes p18. WWII at home: response, reflection and rejuvenation / Felicity Watson p22. Labassa house of dreams p24. Advocacy watchlist [City of Bayside Post-War Heritage Study, Hoddle Grid heritage review Melbourne, Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens, Bacchus Marsh Avenue of Honour, West Gate Tunnel Project, Kadimah Elsternwick, Hoffman Brickworks Brunswick, Maribyronong significant tree register, General Motors Holden Site, Fisherman's Bend, Yarra River Strategic Plan, 60-70 Kunyung Road Mount Eliza, Melbourne amendment C305 Southbank, Barwon River Ovoid Sewer Aqueduct] p30. Branches update [Bass Coast: Rhyll landscapes, Geelong and Region, Inner West: heritage railtrail in Williamstown, Mornington Peninsula: Heritage Review Area 4, Port Fairy: documenting the walls of Port Fairy: Mills Cottage, security wall, drystone wall] p34. Explore, enjoy, belong [National Trust membership] / Michael O'Neill p38. Vale: John Rosenberg p42.
Result Collection Location Shelf No Status Notes
Periodicals Main Library P 363.69 TRU Available Issue 18 Winter 2020 This edition was electronic only due to COVID 19. This is why you find it in a different physical format to the rest of AJazz- it has been bound by the PMI
Periodicals Main Library P 363.69 TRU Available Spring 2020 no.19
Periodicals Main Library P 363.69 TRU Available No.17 AUTUMN 2020
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Periodicals Main Library P 363.69 TRU Available Issue 15 Winter 2019
Periodicals Main Library P 363.69 TRU Available No.14 Autumn 2019
Periodicals Main Library P 363.69 TRU Available Issue 13 Spring 2018
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