Historical information

A fundraising letter sent by Melbourne Legacy in 1991 to promote Badge Week sales to existing donors. The letter talks of the dream of a group of men to provide moral comfort to the widows and dependents of their fallen comrades. The legacy concept that grew from that dream became Melbourne Legacy. The spirit that bound the ANZACS in war was to bind them in peace. The picture on the letterhead shows a widow and two children with the Legacy Torch emblem and the words: "Legacy cares for Australia's biggest family, Lest you forget".
The brochure showing the badges includes denominations from $10 to $5,000


A record of direct marketing material from 1991.

Physical description

White A4 paper with black type x 2 pages is a marketing letter in 1991 and a small colour badge brochure x 4 pages showing badges for sale.