Document - Report of Special Committee (H29)
From the Collection of Melbourne Legacy 293 Swanston Street Melbourne Victoria
- White foolscap paper with black type x 4 pages about a special committee.
- history, regulations, rules
- A special committee was convened to investigate matters raised by Legate A N Kemsley (Chairman of JLC) in a letter dated 22 January 1948. The committee comprised of Legatees Armstrong (Chairman), Blackall, Brain, Carleton, Kemsley, G Langley, Sheldon, and Vines.
The matters were addressed in two groups, Loyalty and Training in Good Citizenship.
Loyalty: recommendations included a framed photo of the King and Queen is displayed in all residences and rooms where classes were conducted; that a simple declaration of loyalty be recited as part of classes; that the Union Jack and Australian flag be displayed in all rooms where classes are held (flags would need to be procured as their present stock as 'small and in poor order'; that the offer to borrow items from the UK Information Office about the Royal family be accepted; that Anzac Day and the Shrine of Remembrance be discussed prior to Anzac Day at classes held in March and April; that Junior Legatees be encouraged to attend Legacy Ceremony at the Shrine on Anzac Day.
Training in good citizenship: to use the Legacy camps to impress on the juniors aspects of appropriate behaviour and attitudes.
The notation H29 in red pen shows that it was part of the archive project that was trying to capture the history of Legacy.
- A record of Legatees making recommendations about loyalty and behaviours to instil in junior legatees.
- Handwritten H29 in red pen and 'Policy and Objectives' in blue pen.
- 7 May 2020 at 9:36AM