An historical account of the beginnings of Legacy. The booklet describes the difficulties of taking an idea through to funding, raising awareness and attracting like minded people to the idea. The booklet is an extract, chapter three and a lead in from chapter two of the biography of Legatee Stan Savige, the founder of Melbourne Legacy.
Significant in that the booklet reminds the reader of the difficulties of establishing a charity and taking the idea from a thought, to funding and recruiting like minded people to develop the idea. Significant in that this publication has been printed three times.
PDF of a printed paperback book with blue cover and white pages and black type and pdf of the contents.
Inscriptions & markings
Front cover. LEGACY / ITS ORIGINS AND EARLY DEVELOPMENT
An extract from There Goes A Man by W.B. Russell. The biography of Lieutenant-General Sir Stanley Savige, K.B.E., C.B.,D.S.O., M.C.E.D.
First published by Longmans, 1959
Reprinted for Legacy’s Diamond Jubilee, 1983
Reprinted for Legacy’s 75th Anniversary, 1998