Historical information

No. 116 SEPTEMBER 2016: Back to Kew 1875 / Judith Scurfield p1. Heritage issues / Brad Miles p3. What's On - September to December / Brad Miles p3. New Strategic Plan / Brad Miles p4. Not a Ragbag Wagga: the Kew patchwork quilt / Suzanne McWha p5. The Great War in Kew: 1916 those who went / Andrew Frost p7. The Kew Festival Gazette 5 October 1895 / Don Garden p7. The Skilled Artisan: Bertie Robert Edgar Greenwood / Robert Baker, John Torpey, Judith Vimpani p9. Jill O'Brien / Robert Baker p9. More examples of Lost Kew - Clutha / Robert Baker; Fernhurst / Kerry Fairbank; Blackhall / Felicity Renowden; Kew Railway Station / Robert Baker p10. AGM Form of appointment of proxy p11. AGM Nomination form p11.

Significance

The newsletters of the Kew Historical Society contain significant research by members that explores aspects of the Victorian and Australian Framework of Historical Themes. Frequently, articles on people, places and artefacts are the only source of information about an aspect of Kew, and Melbourne’s history. The contents of each newsletter as such is often significant historically, aesthetically, socially and or spiritually.