Demonstrates communication methods to the staff of the SEC and magazine printing. Yields information about staff and the SEC benevolent system for its workers.

Physical description

Magazine - 32 pages printed on gloss paper with colour cover - titled 'SEC Magazine June 1936 Vol 1 - June 1936". Has a forward by the Chairman of the SEC, Mr. Francis Clements as the first magazine. Published 1 June 1936. Provides news about the SEC itself, personal Notes and Anecdotes on many people including clubs and societies.

Includes notes on the late Mr. W. Knox, the ESCO Chief Accountant in Ballarat, the Electricity Supply and Tramways Employees Social club, Bendigo, Geelong, sporting clubs and fund raising for the Children's Hospital.

See Reg Item 8036 for a 1937 timetable in a red folder marked G G Jobbins who became Chairman in 1937.

2nd copy added 22/6/2021