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Main Title: Glen Eira Historical Society: newsletter Book Cover
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Subject: Glen Eira Historical Society (Vic.)
Historical societies - Periodicals
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The City of Glen Eira includes the following places: Bentleigh, Bentleigh East, Brighton East (overlaps City of Bayside), Caulfield, Caulfield East, Caulfield North, Caulfield South, Carnegie, Elsternwick, Gardenvale, Glen Huntly, McKinnon, Murrumbeena, Ormond, St Kilda East (overlaps City of Port Phillip).

No.1 MARCH 2013: Profiling Felicity Campbell p1. Carnegie Tram Terminus 1924 and 2013 (photos) p2. Cinemas in Glen Eira p4. Why is it called … Carnegie? p5.

No. 2 JULY 2013: Profiling John Attwood p1. Meeting reports: March: Daily life of the Boon Wurrung clans of the Glen Eira area / Dr Gary Presland p2. May: Commemorating the centenary of the City of Caulfield / Elizabeth Triarico p2. April: Koorie Heritage Trust visit p3. May: Brighton Cemetery tour p3. Celebrating the centenary of the City of Caulfield Proclamation p4. Joan Child AO 1921-2013 p6. Prahran Mechanics' Institute p7. Streets named for Caulfield's mayors p7. Then and now: Ormond Shopping Centre (photos) p8.

No. 3 MARCH 2014: Profiling: Gladys Vallati p1. Annie Pennington, grandmother of Caulfield? p1. Commuting to the city [railways] / Ian Jenkin p2. Mary Delahunty: Glen Eira councillor p4. Karina Okotel, Glen Eira councillor p5. Gladys Machin, first woman councillor in Caulfield p5. Truganini 1812?-1876 p6. Mrs Falconbridge in Camden Town p6. Dr Geulah Solomon OAM p7. Vida Goldstein 1869-1949 p7. Erica McGilchrist OAM 1926- p8. Sister Mary Ann Major p9. Glen Eira street names with connections to women p9.

No. 4 JUNE 2014: Murrumbeena and the Boyd family p2. Private Frederick William Rowe p4. Lance Corporal Henry Yin Goon p5. Footnote on Gardenvale p6. Air mechanic 2nd class William Merric Boyd p7. Mrs W.E. Attiwill p7. Miss Ida O'Dwyer p7. Local World War One nurses p7. Visiting the Caulfield Military Hospital (AGH 11) p8. Red Cross and the war p8. Glen Eira street names with World War One connections p9.

No. 5 SEPTEMBER 2014: Editorial: then and now: why have our shops changed? History of tramways in Glen Eira / Ian Jenkin. Strolling the horse tram route. Stromboli Fruit Palace, Caulfield South. Hattam's Menswear, Elsternwick. Beer's Milk Bar, Caulfield North. Don Pharmacy, Carnegie. Rowland's Drapery, Glen Huntly. Billy 1 Motors, Murrumbeena. Profiling Lindsay Hunt. Department stores. Remembering Elsternwick shops. Trade deliveries.

No. 6 MARCH 2015: Housing styles across Glen Eira p4. Inter-war housing in Glen Eira p6. Glen Huntly Tramway Estate p7. Flat developments in Caulfield and Moorabbin p7. Remembering houses in Glen Eira p9.

No. 7 JULY 2015: My experiences as a child survivor [World War Two] / Paul Grinwald p3. Glen Eira People: Forgotten roots: Katharine Susannah Prichard in Glen Eira / Nathan Hobby p4. Notable Scots in Caulfield [James Service; James Bell] / Claire Barton p4. Dorothy 'Dot' Irene Bathurst (nee Beeforth) / as told to Janine Mayhew p5. Stanley's Menswear: Depression pop-up to longstanding Glen Eira retailer / Anne Kilpatrick p5. The King family and 'Rosemont', Caulfield / Yvonne Smith p6. Glen Eira Places: The funny side of the ABC [studio in Gordon Street, Elsternwick] / Sheila Rowell p7. Gardenvale in the 1940s: memories of the sounds in my street - now gone forever / Ailsa Hunt p7. Classic Cinema, Elsternwick / Jill Eldridge p7. Heritage watch: 'Frogmore' p7. Glen Eira street names: Matlock Court, Caulfield North; Melby Avenue, East St Kilda; Vadlure Avenue, East St Kilda / Barbara Hoad p8. Our local tram services: a few thoughts / Keith Stodden p8. McKinnon Road in the 1930s and 1940s / Lindsay Hunt p8. A local main road named after a convict [Jaspers Road, Jasper Hale 1805-1884] / Joan Moore p9. Revisiting old Elsternwick / Carol Stals p9. Can you help?: Caulfield Cricket Club p9. Manse life: memories of a 1970s teenager in Caulfield [St Giles Presbyterian Church] / Barbara Hoad p10. Anzac Day 2015 in Elsternwick / Carol Stals p10. Backgrounding Elsternwick Fire Station / Vanessa Kiessling p11. Brighton Cemetery: a brief history / Richard and Peta Darke p11.

No. 8 NOVEMBER 2015: Vale: Alma May Blair (Arden) p1. Introducing the Glen Eira Historical Society collection p4. Caulfield Film Society p5. Kooyong Archery Club p5. Newsletters, newspapers and books p6. The Jack Paice Collection p7. 'Caulfield Contact' p8. Coronation Cup p8. World War 2 memorabilia p8. Royal Tours memorabilia p9. 'The Garrell' [house] p9. Woodland's Grocery Store, Murrumbeena p9. Merton Estate subdivision p9. 'Harewood' visit p10. Lemnos Memorial Sculpture unveiling p10. Brighton General Cemetery 160th anniversary open day p11.

No. 9 MARCH 2016: Education in Glen Eira. The history of private school education in Victoria / talk by Dr Vicki Peel, report by Carol Stals p2. Recalling our state schools: Victorian readers / Ailsa Hunt p3. Glen Huntly State School no. 3703 / Maggie Armstrong p3. Carnegie State School no. 2897 / Richard Darke p4. Caulfield Technical School / Carol Stals p5. My Caulfield North school days / Audrey Nelson p5. Murrumbeena High by a former teacher p6. Caulfield South State School / Betty Neyland and Lois Lowsby (nee Caddy) p6. 1937: the year polio closed Glen Eira schools / Geoffrey Paterson p7. Recalling our private schools: Mansion schools / Peta van Horick p8. My education in Glen Eira / Claire Barton p8. My education at Shelford / Andrea Casey p9. Jewish day schools / David Southwick MP p9. Waverley Presbyterian School, Caulfied / Barbara Hoad p10. My Glen Eira schools / Jan Armstrong p10. Registered school 1200 'Glengarrif' Elsternwick / Valda Clarke p11. St Anthony's Glenhuntly / John O'Callaghan p11. High School no. 57 Elsternwick / Colin Kirkham p11.

No. 10 JULY 2016: Then and now: Camden Cinema South Caulfield p1. Save Ripponlea: the 1960s fight to preserve Rippon Lea house and gardens [talk by Rosalind Mearns] / Claire Barton p3. Heritage watch [Caulfield Repatriation Hospital's possible inclusion on the Victorian Heritage Register] / Barbara Hoard p3. Indigenous life [the Ngaruk-Willam people of the Bunurong] / Carol Stals p3. Box cottage museum / Fran Bader p4. Carnegie Walkers / Tony Wissenden p5. The Argosy/Capri Theatre, Murrumbeena / Jan Arrmstrong p6. To the movies... in Carnegie and Glen Huntly / Maggie Armstrong p6. Glen Eira cinemas [Bentleigh: Hoyts Bentleigh. Carnegie: Memorial, Rosstown, Carnegie. Caufield: Crystal Palace. Caufield South: Outdoor, Camden. Elsternwick: Phoebe, Renown, Classic / Esquire. Glen Huntly: Apollo Glenhuntly / Hoyts 1st, Hoyts Glenhuntly. Murrumbeena: Argosy Murrumbeena Talkies, Argosy / Capri Rex. Ormond: Plaza Ormond Theatre.]. p6. Caulfield Arts Centre, Inkerman road / Carol Stals p7. Glen Eira Artists Society / Heather Walsh p7. The Glen Huntly Community Singers / Carol Stals p8. St Stephen's Players / Andrea Casey p9. Frank's Bakery 291 Glen Huntly Road Elsternwick p10. Wong's Cafe 404 Glen Huntly Road Elsternwick p10. Gabriella Pizza 146 Koornang Road Carnegie p10. Ormond Church of Christ / Alisa Hunt p10. Girls' Friendly Society / Andrea Casey p11. Heritage in photos [Murrumbeena State School] p11.

No. 11 NOVEMBER 2016: Then and now St John's Elsternwick p1. History of the Salvation Army in Australia [talk by Yasmin Van Gaalen-Prentice] / Claire Barton p2. The Village of Ripponlea [talk by Judith Buckrich] / Alice McInnes p3. Glenfern visit / Barbara Hoad p4. Caulfield Grammar School Archive Centre visit 29 September / Barbara Hoad p5. GEHS research inquiry Linlithgow School / Barbara Hoad p5. Lost or missing sculptures of Glen Eira [missing sculptures: Kore, Isabella, Kneeling Child] p5. Joseph Sayce- a brief profile / Trevor Pitkin p6. Sagamore / Frank Tisher p7. Murrumbeena Station kiosk / John Attwood p7. People of Glen Eira [Wil Alma 1904-1933, Alma Blair 1918-2015, Hugh Percival Hall 1899-1967, Trevor Hart 1942-2014, Ross Hannaford 1950-2016, Sir Albert Victor Jennings 1897-1993, Marion Lau 1943-, Henry Ernest Melbourne 1912-2007, Vladimir and Evdokia Petrov, Mark Trevorrow 1959-. David Warren OAM 1925-2010] / Anne Kilpatrick p8. Shelford Girls' Grammar Archive / Francis Danesi p8. From the archives: municipal bands [Caulfield and Elsternwick Town Band] p9. Rotary Club of Caulfield Inc / Heather Walsh p9. Bonfire or cracker night / Richard Darke p10. More fireworks memories p11. Fireworks reflections / Carol Stals p11. Story of Whitmuir Hall / Claie Barton p11. Elsternwick Mechanics' Institute and Free Library / Ken James p12.

No.12 MARCH 2017: Then and now: Greenmeadows gardens p1. Vale Lindsay Hunt p1. GEHS meetings and events [pipe organs in the Glen Eira area over 130 years by John Maidment] / Joy Mawbey p2. Islamic Museum of Australia visit p3. Heritage update [Roseneath] / Barbara Hoard p3. Remembering Albert Jacka VC, MC and Bar / Barbara Hoard p4. Glenhuntly Athletic Club / Phil Hutton p4. Glenhuntly St Anthony's Football Club / Ken Peel p5. Ormond Cricket Club / Geoff Cowen p5. Elsternwick District Bowling Club / Colin Kirkham p6. Camden Town Sports Club: sports day / Geoffrey Paterson p7. Caulfield City rifle club / Kevin Armstrong p8. Some memories of scouting in Glen Eira / Bill Richardson p8. 1950s Caulfield Guides and Brownies / Audrey Nelson p8. Caulfield Racecourse 1922 p9. Tour of Greenmeadows Gardens / Andrea Casey p9. Glen Eira sportspeople: Bentleigh High School champions of the 60s [Lawrie Peckham, Ian Patterson, Billy Burgess, Greg Benko, Marion Exelby, Neville Stone, Robert Langford, Ken Osbourne, Greg Wells, Trevor Skinner] / Lyn Skillern p10. Glen Eira sportspeople 2: Robert Robbie Flower: football champion / Jan Armstrong p11. Glen Eira Sportspeople 3: Selected portraits [Elvis Rick Thurgood, Katie Mactier, Frank Reys, Mrs E Gray] p11.

No. 13 SEPTEMBER 2017: Church bells [St Peters] p1. St Aloysius Church, Caulfield North p6. Greek Orthadox Church of Saints Raphael, Nicholas and Irene, Bentleigh p7. Jews in Glen Eira p8. Etz Chayim Progressive Synagogue Bentleigh p9. Seventh Day Adventist School Poath road p9. Memories of Carnegie Methodist Church and Sunday School p10. Orrong Road Methodist Church, Elsternwick p11. Church of Christ, Gardenvale p12. Parish and community at St Peter's Anglican Church Murrumbeena p13. Observations of change in Glen Eira p15. Vale Norma Jean Ward p19.

No.14 MAY 2018: Cannizzo's paper boy p2. Paddy's Swamp and Caulfield Park: a timeline 1850s to 1960s / Joy Mawbey and Barbara Hoad p3. Memories of Caulfield Park / David Wilde p5. Bottles excavated from Caulfield Park / Alice McInnes p8.

No.15 NOVEMBER 2018: Coming home from war: a timeline p1. Honour roll p7. The Great War and its impact on Victorian state schools p8. Succession tree planting in heritage gardens [Ripon Lea] p8. Government residence Melbourne 1837 p9. A journey into maps-city of Glen Eira-Google Earth p11.

No.16 MARCH 2019: Mourning jewellery / Jan Armstrong p2. Glen Eira sportspeople [Trevor Vincent] / Phil Hutton p3. Congratulations Margaret [Margaret Dunbar medal of the Order of Australia] p4.

No.17 MAY 2019: Book launch [Along The Line: Caulfield to Oakleigh rail stories] p1. Victorian State Schools Nursery p3. History of public gardens [Hopetoun Gardens, Greenmeadows Gardens, Caulfield Garden Club] p5. Speaker series: Scottish migration to Australia [speaker James Donaldson] p5. Cuttings from the archives [Sanquhar, Allison layout, W. Pearce's National Rose Nursery, Camden Town market gardens] p11.

No.18 JULY 2019: A stich in time : disappearing skills and tools of trade [embroidery, crochet and lace and the tools that make them] p1. Recent Acquisitions: diaries of Amy and Beatrice Brown of Payneswicke, Elsternwick p3.

No.19 SEPTEMBER 2019: GEHS celebrates 10 years p2. Recollections of Payneswicke p3.

No.20 MARCH 2020: GEHS celebrates 10 years at 965 Glen Huntly Rd Caulfield p2. Thanks to John O'Callaghan p3. Caulfield 1919: a transition to peace p5.

No.21 JUNE 2020: A royal visit to Caulfield [Edward Prince of Wales visit 1920] p1. From the president [COVID] p4. Caulfield-origin of the suburb's name p5. Typhus road [former name of Glen Huntly road] p8. The Barque Glen Huntly p7.

No.22 SEPTEMBER 2020: Memories of growing up during World War II 1939-1945 p1. Wings over Glen Huntly [aerodrome in Carnegie in 1919] p5. Caulfield District Band p8. Remembering Pierre Demathieu p9. From the president [COVID] p9. Heritage update [10-16 Selwyn Street, 430-434 Neerim Road Murrumbeena, 7 Selwyn St, Elsternick] p10.
No.23 NOVEMBER 2020: Going down memory lane in Carnegie [laneways in Carnegie/Rosstown] p1. The cinderella effect: community beautification of local lanes p4. Memories of growing up in Caulfield p7. Heritage matter [10-16 Selwyn Street Elsternwick, 7 Selwyn Street Elsternwick (Kadimah), 15 Rockbrook Street East St Kilda and 380 Dandenong Road Caulfield North, 430-434 Murrumbeena Road Murrumbeena] p10. rewilding the environment: a return to our pre-colonial past [closing of the Elsternwick golf course and its rewilding] p11.

No.24 MARCH 2021: Celebrating 100 years of maternal and child health in Caulfield/Glen Eira 1921-2021 p1. Caulfield baby health centre p2. Labassa Mansion reopens p10. Heritage matters [10-16 Selwyn Street Elsternwick (Woolworths), 7 Selwyn St Elsternwick (Kadimah), C190 Bentleigh and Carnegie, C214 post-war and hidden gems, 430-434 Neerim Road Murrumbeena (former Woodlands Supermarket), C196 and C202 Elsternwick] p13.



Result Collection Location Shelf No Status Notes
Periodicals Main Library P 994.51 GLEN NEW Available Not for loan
Electronic Resources Library Computers Periodicals folder Available