Historical information

No 114 MARCH 2016. Public and Private Gardens / Robert Baker p1. What's On March to June 2016: Exhibitions, Future Events p3. Kew Festival 2016 p4. Cobblers of Kew / Robert Baker p4. Kew Goes to War: Part 1 Kew men enlist, or not / Andrew Frost p5. Questions & Answers p7. The Remarkable A.W. Dakin / Robert Baker p8. Baldur [Grammar School] and the Art of 'Female Muscle Culture' / Suzanne McWha p9. More Examples of Lost Kew: Elm Lodge, Kew Lunatic Asylum, Range View, Reno p11. Membership & Donations p12.

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.

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